There was a time in my life where I was obsessed with food, and like all obsessions, this one took some time to unravel. When I was being good, I was following someone else’s plan about how and what I
As an Eating Psychology Coach I work with many women who are concerned about their weight and have issues with their body. (Some have real weight they could lose–others believe that losing a few pounds would make them “better” in
A few weeks ago I attended a Hatha yoga class, and as I was leaving, I heard half a parting conversation between two ladies. The woman closest to me (who I actually didn’t see as she was behind me), said:
As part of my advanced yoga teacher training, I just completed my read of “The Book of Ayurveda: A Holistic Approach to Health and Longevity” by Judith H. Morrison. It was a really nice book. Easy to read in small
Let’s be real. Those of us who have goals around health and wellness aren’t perfect. (That’s OK, by the way!) From time to time, we’ll make decisions that are contrary to the promises we make to ourselves. Some examples of
Mind-Body Nutrition for Busy People: Explore 5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Food & Your Body When: Sunday, June 8, 2014 1-4 pm Where: Broadstone Crossing Apartments (Common Room) 12430 Metric Blvd, Austin TX 78758 Spend too much
Mine used to. Isabelle Tierney’s recent post, titled “God in Facebook Form” got me thinking about another way many of us end up seeking validation: seeing a particular number on the bathroom scale. During a particularly difficult time in my
Here are 4 ways that taking up even a basic yoga practice can support your nutrition and weight loss goals: Deeper breathing. One of the fundamental concepts in any practice of yoga is its focus on coordinating breath with movement.