The group coaching program

(workbook club)

Where you get the workbook done!

Starts June 1


with Emma Wright, Body Confidence Coach


You don’t have to wait for things to go south. You can take action now. 

Raising Body Confident Kids Book by Emma Wright (1)

You don’t have to wait for the problems to start! Your kids are going to face constant messages about their body, their image, their clothes. The simple strategies you’ll learn will empower you to gift your wee ones a body confident world-no matter what messages society sends them.

Seriously, you can start controlling this narrative and take the power back for your kids, starting. Social media, cultural ideals and playground antics are giving them ideas and they’re often not good. WE can change that. YOU can change that. 

book club
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Join us

  • We’re mothers who are busy, we know the importance of good body image, so we want to get the workbook done, but just haven’t got there
  • 1 hour a week for four weeks
  • Starts June 1 at 7.30 pm on Zoom 
  • Four one-hour sessions starting Mon, June 1 at 7.30 pm
  • You’ll receive a free PDF of the Workbook when you join 


You’re not alone. Join like-minded mums, who are ready to get the workbook done. 


Turning up once a week means you’ll get the work done and get the book finished.


Emma will answer questions, support you and most of all keep it fun and motivating.

Join the workbook club today, and start creating change.

Book Club fee: $99. 

Early Bird Special $49 – until May 25

Doors close at 11 pm May 31


*You get a free PDF when you join. If you’d prefer a hardcopy and haven’t got one yet, go here.

What do you say when your child says, “I’m Fat!”?

You’ve been told all the wrong information about how to manage these conversations, and what to do at home. Now you’ll understand why what you’re doing doesn’t work. For all ages, learn what to say and do when it comes to talking to your kids about how they look and what they eat.
Download the happy, healthy body-image conversations toolkit.

Girl worried about weight