There will be three great opportunities to practice mindful living and eating with me in March at some great destinations. These professional trainings would be helpful for any health or wellness professional who is interested in improving their knowledge of mindfulness and mindful eating. I hope you can attend one of them. And, if you
Please join me for a Two Day Intensive Training Seminar: Mindfulness Retreat for Health Professionals –Learning from the Inside Out at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference, March 26 & 27, 2018, in San Diego, California. No experience with mindfulness practice is necessary. This intensive training program is designed for beginner to advanced practitioners to
The trail seemed a LOT steeper than it was the last time I was here five years ago but I was determined to get to the top of the mountain. I remembered the majestic grove of trees which were covered in fog and, at the top, there was a tremendous view of the whole valley.
As we move into November and the holiday season, we begin to think about Thanksgiving and the practice of giving thanks. Of course, giving thanks doesn’t have to be a one holiday practice. Giving thanks can be a daily practice that can reap a wide variety of social, psychological, and physical health benefits. Since you’ll
I love Halloween and no matter how old I get I will dress up as some kind of creature come October 31. In my book, one is never too old to enjoy the pleasure of dressing up as your alter ego or favorite make believe character. How many other times of the year can you get away
One of the most common statements I hear at the beginning of my mindful eating classes is “I can’t stop eating because it tastes so good even when I’m full.” My question is “Are you listening to your belly or to your mind?” After a short pause, I hear “From my mind!” People get it.
Greetings! Enrollment for the next online Eat for Life classes are now open. Eat for Life is a 10-week mindfulness-based intuitive eating program designed to help you develop a loving and kind relationship with your food and your body. This is a non-diet approach which uses the wisdom of your body to guide how, what,
Greetings! This is a quick post to let people know that I am going to be deciding on the days and times for my next round of Eat for Life Classes starting in September. If you are interested in attending, please fill out this doodle poll by Friday, and your preferred dates and times will
Do you need to give your meditation practice a boost? Here are seven things you can do with one easy download. I have been using the mediation app, Insight Timer, for a couple of years now and I am not surprised at how popular it has become. It is the most highly rated free meditation
Mindless eating happens when you are busy, distracted, stressed, in a hurry, sad, angry, impatient, lonely, happy, and when food just happens to be around. These are just a few of the circumstances when we reach for food (any food), eat more than your body needs, and then feel depleted afterward. Mindless eating almost inevitably