Led by Jessica Sinclair and Kris Eschman
Mindfulness is a practice with roots in Buddhism that is innate to our human experience. John Kabat-Zinn, the founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, defines mindfulness as awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, nonjudgmentally, in the present moment. Mindfulness promotes balance, choice, and acceptance.
Mindful Eating is NOT a diet or a diet plan. It uses the practice of mindfulness to be present with our physical and emotional cues when eating, a powerful practice that teaches us to distinguish between our physical and emotional hunger and promote more conscious eating choices.
Today’s fast-paced, distracted society has an abundance of food choices, and people often eat unconsciously. By learning how to eat mindfully, you’ll learn how to restore your attention, slow down, and have more intention with food choices to benefit the body, mind, and spirit.
This workshop series will:
- Educate on Mindful Eating Principles
- Practice through guided Mindful Eating Exercises
- Provide skill-building homework to deepen and enhance Mindful Eating outside of class
- Provide a mindful all-level Yoga Class to achieve a higher level of awareness, connection, and unity between body, mind, and spirit
4 Sundays, March 17th, 24th, 31st, and April 7th
2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Regular Cost: $160
Early Bird Discount: $144 (10% off) until one week prior to start date