Mindful Eating, Mindful Life
Date(s) - 11/15/2014
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Oshun Renewal Center
Accommodations booked & charged separately.
Registration: Program Sign-Up
Program Registration ends: 11/12/2014
You already know what constitutes a good diet. You know the five main food groups. You’ve dieted. But what you don’t know or can’t get a handle on is: What causes you to eat in an unhealthy way? This class will help you break the bad habits – the addictive quality – of your eating.
Class participants will:
• Explore the roots of the addictive qualities to eating
• Practice getting to know the body’s language at a deeper level
• Learn techniques to break the habits
• Review the basics of good nutrition
• Set up an ongoing support system for success
Mary Ann (Wallace) Iyer, MD is the author of the book Mindful Eating: Mindful Life the title of which reflects the feedback she most commonly hears about her classes: “Dr Iyer, not only have I changed my eating habits, I changed my LIFE after going to this class!” Dr Iyer recently relocated to Asheville, NC from Oregon, where she developed and was the Medical Director for the Integrative Medicine Program of Samaritan Health Services in the mid-Willamette Valley. Her long-time passion has been to create classes and forums within which individuals can delve more deeply into the roots of illness and discontent – to make truly lasting changes in their lives for the better. In addition to her medical degree, Dr Iyer holds a master’s degree in psychology with an emphasis in holistic health, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing. As a pioneer in the field of mindbody medicine, she has extensive training and experience with numerous holistic healing modalities, including meditation, breathwork, imagery, dreamwork, acupressure, process-oriented psychology, vision quests, therapeutic touch, and herbology.
OM Sanctuary reserves the right to cancel a program at any time. If OM Sanctuary cancels a program, you will receive a full refund.
If you cancel your registration eight (8) or more days before your program begins, you will receive a full refund, less a $35 processing fee.
If you cancel your registration less than eight (8) days before your program begins, you will receive a nonrefundable credit, less a $35 processing fee, toward future OM Sanctuary programs or overnight stays.
Credit may be applied to any OM Sanctuary program or overnight stay for up to one year following the date of issue.