The Official Raising Body Confident Kids E-Course

The Raising Body-Confident Kids E-Course

Can you relate?

You’re worried your kids will hate their body or be obsessed with food

Your child already doesn’t like their body and you’ve no idea what to say

You want them to be healthy, but don’t want to cause body image issues

You have issues of your own that you don’t want to give to your kids 


Body Image & Kids?

It’s a bit of a mind poke

That’s because most health and wellbeing info

is based on nutrition and exercise and completely misses
the very important influence of CULTURAL conditioning

So it can really help…

to widen your perspective and learn

the things that will actually make a difference.

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It only takes 10 mins 2 x a week over two short months…

To learn & implement,

the 10 principles of raising body confident kids.

Who’s this course for???

It’s definitely for anyone who has a kid they’re worried about but doesn’t know how to help them.

It’s also particularly geared toward parents who understand what it’s like to feel a bit sh*t about their own body (or have someone close to them who does) and REEEEEALLY don’t want their kids stressing in the same way.

And of course, it’s for parents (and caregivers) who are curious and dedicated about how to make their kid’s lives rich and rewarding without being stopped by cultural stereotypes or prejudices.


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What you’ll get…

Raising body confident kids eCourse

Video Lessons on the 10 Principles

Printable Worksheets

Printable Worksheets

Access to a community

Access to a community

Access to Q & A Sessions

Access to Q & A Sessions

Raising body confident kids eCourse

Bonus Lessons

Ready to get started?

Here’s what they’re saying…




“Emma’s course was a life-changer for our family.  We learnt so much vital information and practical tips that really gave us the confidence to have those hard conversations and answer those hard questions!!  As the mother of three girls, I feel such responsibility to arm them with the tools they need to feel ok in their bodies and navigate this world that has such emphasis on looking a certain way.  I highly recommend this for every single parent out there!!”

Michelle, Videographer and Mum of Three

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“I was struggling to address the issue of weight in our family conversations. Emma helped me shift perspective away from my daughter to society itself. This is so empowering. (Because) we are neck-deep in negative messaging and discrimination based on body-appearance.”

Anisha, Wayfinder Coach & Arts Consultant and Mum of Two




“Listening to Emma was a light bulb moment – I realised that I was unconsciously creating ‘guilt’ food habits for my children. In the age of too much information and so much pressure, it’s refreshing to have guidance from someone who has been there herself and is willing to share her poignant journey. Emma is an inspiration in this mine field of positive body image.”

Rachel, Business Consultant and Mum of Four




“Emma this is wonderful.  I tried just the toes and feet bit (of principle 4) with my daughters last night (one is 12 and one is 10).  My 10 year old wiped away tears of gratitude and love for her feet :o) Thank you!”



But really, why should you learn from me?

Emma Wright New Zealand

I know a metric tonne about body-confidence and how to talk to kids so they feel good about their body. I’ve spoken to hundreds of parents about body image and kids. I’ve written a postgrad thesis called: Playing with Beauty: How social expectations of appearance affects athletic performance.

But more than that… When I was nineteen, I told my parents I had bulimia. They didn’t believe me. Or at least believe it was the life-threatening problem that it was. They told me I was beautiful and asked if I ‘was over all that now’ and we hardly spoke of it again.

Having now recovered I want to give other smart, dedicated parents like you, the language to talk about bodies, that my folks never had. My parents were great in so many ways. But they didn’t know how to speak about bodies and food and long term health to their kids in a way that left us feeling positive or protected from our culture that values thinness and promotes weight-loss at every turn. You can find out more about me here.

Course Curriculum

Module One: Reject Diet-Mentality Myths

Learn the three distinct areas that lead to body confidence and how to spot myths that can cause damage.


Module Two: Language & Conversations

  1. Practice complimenting the person not the body
  2. Master awkward conversations about weight, fat and bodies
  3. Practice gratitude
  4. Terms to avoid and terms to use when talking about bodies


Module Three: Marketing & Media

  1. Declutter your environment from negative messages
  2. Spot body-shaming stereotypes
  3. Understand digital trickery
  4. Spot bad science used to market health and wellbeing


Module Four: Food & exercise

  1. Put nutrition & exercise in perspective
  2. Retain a natural love of movement
  3. Deal powerfully with sugar
  4. Discover body-led nutrition


Bonus lessons

  1. Practicing mindfulness with kids
  2. Getting support for yourself
  3. Does your child have an eating disorder checklist

What is the course valued at?

You’d expect an education/practical course with this much content & research to be in the $1000s. Many programs of this length and scope are. But I want it as accessible and doable for as many families as possible. So I’ve divided that by three and taken off the price of a coffee. 

Ready to start raising body confident kids?