Mindfulness can deepen wellbeing by exploring the relationship between food, emotions and the physical body. Mindful eating can also help us become aware of the true origin of hunger – whether we are physically hungry or if the heart is longing for something that is not food.
Improve Control over Impulse Eating
Reduce Emotional Attachment to food
Develop better food choices and Habits
Module 1: PAUSE
Experiential Eating – participants learn to develop body and sense awareness like breathing and exploring types of hunger.
Module 2: LISTEN
Participants learn how to listen to their body and detect levels of fullness. Through mandala art, participants learn about emotional hunger.
Module 3: FOCUS
Participants learn to use mealtimes to calm mental chatter and how to make a vision board to identify their vision and focus their intention.
Module 4: CHANGE
Often, we want something so badly that we get too attached to it. Letting go of food urges can help to materialise what you really want.