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January 2020

Align: Heal the battle with your inner rebel – Q&A

January 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online,

Learn how to soften the internal conflict - the feelings of resistance, no, and "You can't make me!" - that rise up when you want to make positive changes with food, your body or daily habits. Whether it's setting a limit (like eating less sugar) or creating something new (like exercising regularly), the inner rebel can rear up with strong feelings of "No!" when you try to effect change. You may feel caught in a frustrating battle between your inner…

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February 2020

Align: Heal the battle with your inner rebel – Q&A

February 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online

Learn how to soften the internal conflict – the feelings of resistance, no, and “You can’t make me!” – that rise up when you want to make positive changes with food, your body or daily habits. Whether it’s setting a limit (like eating less sugar) or creating something new (like exercising regularly), the inner rebel can rear up with strong feelings of “No!” when you try to effect change. You may feel caught in a frustrating battle between your inner…

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Align: Heal the battle with your inner rebel – Q&A

February 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online

Learn how to soften the internal conflict - the feelings of resistance, no, and "You can't make me!" - that rise up when you want to make positive changes with food, your body or daily habits. Whether it's setting a limit (like eating less sugar) or creating something new (like exercising regularly), the inner rebel can rear up with strong feelings of "No!" when you try to effect change. You may feel caught in a frustrating battle between your inner…

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April 2020

Emerge community class Q&A – week 1

April 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Emerge is a compassion and mindfulness based course to help you soften habits of using sugar for stress relief, self soothing, and to care for your emotions. You'll learn how to gently, yet powerfully, support yourself so you can nurture healthy forms of self care and build emotional resilience, with sugar and beyond. This class has four Q&A webinars to ask questions, receive coaching, and to connect with the group. You can learn more about Emerge here.

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Emerge community class Q&A – week 2

April 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Emerge is a compassion and mindfulness based course to help you soften habits of using sugar for stress relief, self soothing, and to care for your emotions. You'll learn how to gently, yet powerfully, support yourself so you can nurture healthy forms of self care and build emotional resilience, with sugar and beyond. This class has four Q&A webinars to ask questions, receive coaching, and to connect with the group. You can learn more about Emerge here.

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Emerge community class Q&A – week 3

April 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Emerge is a compassion and mindfulness based course to help you soften habits of using sugar for stress relief, self soothing, and to care for your emotions. You'll learn how to gently, yet powerfully, support yourself so you can nurture healthy forms of self care and build emotional resilience, with sugar and beyond. This class has four Q&A webinars to ask questions, receive coaching, and to connect with the group. You can learn more about Emerge here.

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May 2020

Emerge community class Q&A – week 4

May 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Emerge is a compassion and mindfulness based course to help you soften habits of using sugar for stress relief, self soothing, and to care for your emotions. You'll learn how to gently, yet powerfully, support yourself so you can nurture healthy forms of self care and build emotional resilience, with sugar and beyond. This class has four Q&A webinars to ask questions, receive coaching, and to connect with the group. You can learn more about Emerge here.

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July 2020

When Food is Your Mother

July 27 - September 17

It's easy to look at overeating or any kind of overdoing with food as proof of 'badness,' a moral failure. It might seem like a lack of character or strength. But there are good reasons why you overeat! When we feel overwhelmed, stressed, and caught in painful emotions, everything in our neurobiology is wired to connect. In the absence of true connection, we can turn to other places of safety and holding - like food. When we’re under stress, we…

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