You will learn a scientific approach to nutrients, exercise and stress management. This is an interactive program and much like everything in life, what you put into it will be what you get out of it. Create a future of sustainable change through a more mindful approach to what nourishes you inside and out.
Through this program you will develop a deeper understanding of the food and lifestyle choices that work best for you. You will be able to make lasting changes to by integrating healthy foods and stress relieving techniques for overall wellness. You will discover more about the body mind connection through food and exercise as well as all other areas of your life. When you pay close attention and do the work, your life will change and you will notice a difference in everything.
We meet weekly to discuss your current lifestyle and activities. You will learn the basics of nutrients and physiology, importance of exercise and an introduction to breath work and meditation techniques for stress management and self practice. We begin building a step-by- step plan.
Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness Practitioners
Throughout the week you will be changing the foods you buy and eat as well as how you eat them, focusing on optimal digestion and physiology.If you are already involved in a mindful practice three or more days a week, this simple guide to nutrients, physiology, and meal planning is perfect for you and will expand your knowledge of nutrition and take your practice to the next level.
If you are working out three or more days a week and want to learn the best foods for performance, sustained energy and recovery this is basic information easily incorporates into your training plan and can help you learn and connect to your energy levels for better performance.
The Holistic Integrative Approach
Stress management plays a big part in overall wellness, as well as weight management. During this program you are supported additionally by learning specific breath work and meditation techniques while being guided and practicing them during your weekly session. This is a great option if you are new to meditation and want to learn more.
Dr. Elizabeth Hoge, a psychiatrist at the Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, says that mindfulness meditation makes perfect sense for treating anxiety. When a person experiences the world totally for what it is, there are feelings of euphoria, joy and wonder. Self-actualization is a continual process of becoming, realizing your personal potential and self-fulfillment. It is then you are able to focus on the transcendence needs of the collective, helping others to achieve self actualization by sharing who you are and your true work for the world, starting with nutrition and wellness in your own life.
It can be easy to forget that mindfulness is a quality of being, not a piece of merchandise, and the only way to get there is through practice.