You're sick of struggling when it comes to your relationship with food and your body. You're done with starting over, time and time again. You want to stop using food to numb and cope and change your relationship with food to one of love instead hate.
You've tried everything and nothing has worked long term. Maybe you know you need to look underneath the food but you just don't know where to start.
I've got you covered in this 3 video series to help you get started on your journey to food freedom.
Signs that you do have an unhealthy relationship with food, just in case you aren't aware you do. I know I didn't for a long time.
I also share the number one thing you need to start with to find food freedom.
Building on what I share in video one, we use this concept to undercover the two main reasons we eat. It's really important to be able to discern the difference between these two.
In this video I continue to build on video one and two and share something that was really a game changer for me. When we can do what I talk about in this video, we no longer need to use food to numb or cope. I also provide a downloadable meditation to guide you through this process.
I struggled for years with my relationship to food and my body. I felt completely broken and like something was deeply wrong with me. Why couldn't I just eat normally and why did I hate my body so much? I've learned so much and have taken different trainings and certifications including becoming certified as a Hungry For Happiness Coach. I'm also currently working towards my 500hrs in yoga teacher training. I want to help you come back home to the wisdom of your body, so you no longer have to be distracted by the fight with food and your body, and can really step into who you already are at your core. I want to help you peel back the layers of fears, beliefs and masks that are not you and holding you back from living the life you want. That's where your power is my friend. You're already whole and complete underneath it all. This work is about looking underneath the food, because food is just a symptom of deeper underlying issues.