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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Eating (MBSR-EAT) Online Event

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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a well-established program that has been shown to be effective in managing various forms of stress, including stress related to eating habits.

By incorporating mindfulness practices into daily life, individuals can cultivate a greater sense of awareness and presence, which can help them make more conscious choices when it comes to their eating habits. Mindfulness encourages individuals to pay attention to their physical sensations, thoughts, and emotions without judgment, allowing them to develop a deeper understanding of their relationship with food. This increased self-awareness can help individuals identify triggers for emotional or mindless eating, and develop strategies to respond to these triggers in a more mindful and intentional way. Additionally, mindfulness can help individuals develop a more positive and compassionate attitude towards themselves and their bodies, which can contribute to a healthier relationship with food. This can be a valuable tool in reducing stress related to eating and promoting overall well-being.

Join Integrative Wellness Specialist Jennifer Heard PhD for a transformative online event that focuses on cultivating mindfulness to reduce stress related to eating. This program combines mindfulness practices with evidence-based techniques to help you develop a healthier relationship with food and your body. Whether you struggle with emotional eating, body image issues, or simply want to improve your overall well-being, this event is for you.

Through interactive sessions, guided meditations, and group discussions, you'll gain practical tools to bring mindfulness into your daily life. Don't miss this opportunity to nourish your mind, body, and soul! Sessions begin Tuesday February 13 at 7 pm EST (Toronto).

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