If you are considering studying Nutrition & Health Coaching or Nutritional Therapy, we highly recommend attending an open event to help you make an informed decision. This is the best way to find out information about our Nutrition Coaching and Nutritional Therapy Courses is to attend an open event, be it in person or online.
Our next in-person event on May 24th will feature one of our past graduates, Alison Canavan, author of Minding Mum, serial blogger, journalist, motivational speaker & health coach (to name but a few).
Places for this event are limited so please register to secure your place via the big green button below or email [email protected]
We will be giving out a free eBook version of Alison’s new book to all those who attend on the night.
Alison Canavan is one of Ireland’s most successful international models and in recent years has become one of Ireland’s foremost parenting, health and wellbeing specialists.
Alison’s interest in nutrition began in 2009 when she started studying Fitness Nutrition Coaching under NESTA (National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association), in the United States and she has just graduated with distinction in Nutrition and Health Coaching from Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health (IINH).
“As a model, there has always been a focus on health and wellbeing. I have always been interested in health and nutrition and have always been studying and researching myself so doing the courses was a natural progression for me. If I’m speaking on these areas I want to be able to answer any questions I’m asked honestly and with authority so I want to have the full knowledge and information to back that up.”
We have plenty of open events coming your way between now and September to give you every opportunity to attend, meet Richard Burton (IINH director and year one co-ordinator) and ask all of your questions.
At IINH, our graduates are very important to us and we wish to create a space where they can continue on their journey with us and know they have our full support and guidance in reaching their end goals.