Anisa Al Sharif

Organizer

Anisa Al Sharif
Phone
+971 50 655 8056
Email
anisa@tanshi2a.com

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 21 Jan 2018
  • Time: 00:00 - 04:00

Location

Nassima Royal Hotel - Dubai
Nassima Royal Hotel - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Date

21 Jan 2018

Time

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Parenting by Connection – Seminar

Start the new year with less tantrums, more joyful moments, and harmony in your family!

Were your winter holidays marred by toddler tantrums? Did your children fight for what felt like every moment of the break?  Do you feel overwhelmed and find it almost impossible to regain control of the peace in your home? Then join Tanshi2a and Hand in Hand Parenting for a “Parenting by Connection Seminar” to empower yourself with the tools needed to overcome family challenges and better connect with your children.

We are proud at Zoom In Photography to sponsor this event with Tanshi2a (Tanshia, meaning ‘’nurture’’ in Arabic). Tanshi2a is a home grown social enterprise which aims to raise awareness about conscious parenting across the Arab world. The organization is proud to bring Hand in Hand Parenting for the first time to the Middle East to share its Parenting by Connection approach with UAE parents.

Hand in Hand is a leading global authority on positive parenting and has helped families build the meaningful connections that parents and children need to thrive. through gentle methods for nearly 30 years.

The seminar will take place on January 21, 2018 from 9 AM – 1 PM at the Nassima Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road. Attendees can expect to leave having learned practical yet powerful tools to immediately begin improving the peace at home.

To learn more about the event  and the workshop, or to book your Seminar tickets, please click on this link. Or email your enquiry to info@tanshi2a.com

Don’t forget to avail your 10% discount by quoting zoomin10 code when booking.

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