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Mindful Eating Workshop. In-person with Lizabeth Kashinsky
September 30, 2023, @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm HST
Saturday, September 30, 2023
12:30-2:30 pm HST
Do you suffer from failed diets, unmanageable food cravings, emotional eating, guilt and other weight and diet issues?
Join Lizabeth in this introduction to cultivating a healthier and more sustainable relationship with food. Discover how mindful eating can provide you with a pathway to overcoming the “diet mentality” and establish how to sustainably fuel your body to live a healthier life. Bring mindful awareness to how you eat, nourish and care for your body, reconnect to the earth through your food, and learn to connect to the intuitive wisdom of your body.
We will start with an introduction to mindfulness and progress to practices and worksheets you can take home to use as simple tools to support you in making the changes you desire. The workshop will include a mindful yoga practice, so please dress for gentle movement and stretching and bring a journal and something to write with. Please, eat a light meal before class (light since we will be doing a bit of yoga) so that you may explore eating mindfully on your own and see what you notice.
Lizabeth Kashinsky has been passionately protecting Hawaiiʻs unique species and ecosystems throughout her 25+ year career. She believes that cultivating loving kindness towards ourselves and the earth is one way to do this. Through guided meditations, yoga classes, and nature based workshops and retreats, she incorporates ways to deepen our connections to and love for the natural world.
A 500 RYT yoga instructor and certified mindfulness meditation instructor, Lizabeth has been teaching since 2009. She holds a certificate in Mindful Eating for yoga instructors, and is currently completing a Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness instructor training through the Mindfulness Eating Training Institute with Andrea Lieberstein, author of the Amazon bestseller “Well Nourished: Mindfulness Practices to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Feed Your Whole Self, and End Overeating”. Lizabeth also holds a master’s degree in ecopsychology from Naropa University.
Lizabeth most recently led an Ecosattva training at Still & Moving Center with Krista Hiser and has worked in the field of conservation in Hawaii since 1994. She credits hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation for helping to still her active mind and recover from health challenges. An avid horse-woman, ocean lover, and hiker, Lizabeth feels most at home outdoors!
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