Do you and food have a rocky relationship?
Have you tried all the fads and still find yourself hungry for sustenance?
Maybe it’s not the food but your approach that needs adjusting. Eating should be a joyful process!
Join me in exploring Mindful Eating on
Saturday, March 7th from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Rutgers Presbyterian Church (236 W. 73rd St.)
What is Mindful Eating?
Mindful Eating is a non-diet approach that can help to boost the satiety of the foods we eat while bringing about awareness of the best ways to nurture and support our vibrant health.
Why Mindful Eating?
Eating food should satisfy us body, mind, and soul. The experience of eating should energize us to be fully present to our lives. Sharing meals can help create stronger relationships and remind us of our place in the greater community.
At this Workshop We Will:
• Explore the role food plays in our lives
• Examine the relationship between our food choices and our overall health in a supportive group setting.
• Identify current eating habits and explore tools and techniques to bring about positive changes using yoga, meditation, journaling, and other techniques.
While dieting is not the goal of this workshop, feeding the whole body with healthy, nutritious food in a mindful and loving way can naturally lead to a healthy weight.
If your relationship to food is complicated, or you’ve been riding the diet roller coaster for years without tangible results, this is the workshop for you!
No experience in yoga or meditation necessary. Wear comfortable clothing. We will be sharing a mindful lunch together from 12-12:30. Bring a packed lunch to enjoy in community.
The workshop is free, but you must register to reserve a spot. To register or get more information, contact Jennifer Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org).