Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT
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Located in the Yardley Grist Mill
10 North Main Street
3rd Floor
Yardley, PA 19067

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Making Peace with Your Body and Food 

Sunday, June 24th


Cost: $89 before 6/19. $99 after 

 Do you struggle to feel at peace with your body and/or food? Through this workshop, you will begin to explore the root causes of what may be interfering with you having a healthy relationship with food and your body. You will learn about the intuitive eating model to connect you back to your own hunger and satiety while using a gentle flow to pay attention to your relationship with your breath, movement, and sensations. You’ll roll on the floor with therapy balls, move joyfully, hear good music, and have fun. Our focus will be on kindness, acceptance, and forgiveness, concentrating on what’s inside and outside the boundary of our skin. This workshop is open to all levels and bodies.

About the Practitioners: Dana Snook and Beth Knudson.
Beth Knudson is a certified yoga therapist, specializing in body awareness, appreciation, and understanding. She studies under her teachers Gil Hedley, Kira Sloane, and Jules Mitchell. She is also a certified Thai Yoga Practitioner through the Vedic Conservatory.

Dana Snook is a Nutritionist Therapist,Registered Dietitian and Certified Intrinsic Coach who specializes in helping her clients develop a trusting relationship with their food and their body. Her clients usually spend years being disconnected from their bodies which does not allow them to connect with their intuitive ability to decide what and how much to eat. She has trained with renowned eating specialists Ellyn Satter and Evelyn Tribole on the Eating Competence Model and Intuitive Eating.


What Our Previous Participants Have Said:

“I feel better about my eating habits. I learned that my body is telling me what it needs! Big Aha moment! I learned a lot, not just about food, but about myself. Thank you for providing safe space. I enjoyed the entire workshop!”

"I feel like it was helpful to hear other people’s stories were similar to mine. I’m not the only one who struggles with these things. It was eye opening to see that food doesn’t have to be stressful, but can be enjoyable.”

“My favorite parts [of the workshop] were the safe environment for all to share, the movement and listening to your body, and Beth and Dana sharing. It was a great start for intuitive eating and I feel like I can reach out to Beth and Dana for further support"