Free up the precious life energy that is wrapped up in food and health struggles.
As a long-time practicing nutritionist, I’ve found that although people rightly sense that food choices are one of the most powerful determinants of health and vitality, it’s also clearly one of the areas of greatest struggle. We often read new health and nutrition books, get confused by the varying opinions and studies, find it challenging to take the time for shopping and preparing wholesome meals, make ongoing choices that go counter to what we know is health-supportive, and get frustrated at our family’s unwillingness to go along with healthful food choices.
And yet here is what is possible when we embrace our challenges with food as doorways into effortless and joyful self-care:
- make conscious intuitive health-supportive choices for ourselves;
- truly enjoy selecting and preparing wholesome foods;
- let go of controlling others’ food choices;
- release guilt and judgement around food choices;
- establish a life-long ongoing healthy relationship between the body and the soul.
In order to make peace with our food, the most important step is to access peacewithin ourselves.
In this day-long retreat, I will be using my experience in meditation, energy/emotional clearing and spiritual direction to help you to:
- Examine beliefs around food and health that may not be true;
- Explore the underlying causes of food struggles with others;
- Learn how to access your innate knowledge around food and health;
- Discover where resistance to health and food habits comes from;
- Take home practices that can be applied to your daily life;
- Free up precious life energy wrapped up in food and health struggles;
- Help your loved ones release food struggles by healing yourself;
- For nutritionists and other health practitioners… share what you learn with your clients.
Location: The Canadian Academy of Therapeutic Arts, 120 Newkirk Road, Units 12 & 13, Richmond Hill.
Cost: $81 + HST
Note: Please dress comfortably and bring a lunch. There are very few restaurants in the immediate area.