Emotional eating: Enjoying your food with a sense of awareness

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In our stressful world, we have forgotten how to connect with food. Eating meals is often rushed or paired with other activities, which in turn blurs our awareness around how much we eat, how we eat and how our body reacts to it.

This can result in emotional eating, a relentless focus on weight loss, or yo-yo dieting, all of which lead to dissatisfaction and self-criticism. We have lost the connection between mind and body, thinking instead that we can control food intake with willpower.

Join us in this experimental workshop drawing on the science of psychology and mindfulness to help you get to the heart of physical and emotional eating challenges. Learn how to use your body’s cues to help guide your decisions to begin and stop eating and, ultimately, how to eat the foods you like without guilt and overeating. Replace self-criticism with self-nurturing. Connect with your inner self and needs.

Key learnings:

  1. Learn how to distinguish between biological hunger and emotional hunger
  2. Learn ways to give your body what it needs without comfort food
  3. Find your unique emotional eating patterns and make action plans to help change these