Resolve your love-hate relationship with food!

Mindful Eating and Yoga Retreat 2019

Retreat with us to build a healthier relationship with food and your body! 


Amara Resort and Spa


Sedona, Arizona


February 19-23, 2019

View the video on the left for more information about this retreat.

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What You'll Learn

Mindful eating—eating with intention and attention—provides a practical, universal approach to decision-making without restriction, deprivation, or guilt.


Learn how to apply a proven method for deciding when, what, how, and how much to eat.


Through yoga, discover how to listen to the signals your body is already sending you to interpret the nuances of hunger and satiety.


Experience a dedicated environment for practicing instructor-led loving-kindness for yourself and explore essential self-care techniques for building a buffer zone against the stressors of daily life.


Develop a more holistic appreciation for your body and what it is capable of.

Yoga is a wonderful complement to the practice of mindful eating because simply put,

practicing yoga is the art of listening to yourself. 

What People Are Saying

"This retreat is a great way to reconnect with yourself and start healing your relationship to yourself while healing your relationship to food."

Spring 2018 Participant

"This retreat was amazing, seriously magical. Perfect combination of education, activity, and relaxation. Wonderful leader and awesome yoga teachers!"

Spring 2017 Participant

"I had participated in a webinar in the past and the retreat reinforced the process. Experiencing it in person gave me many “aha” moments and was a very personal and emotional experience. It broadened my understanding and helped me feel this work in my body more than I ever expected!"

Spring 2018 Participant

"This retreat is the best gift you can give yourself—and you deserve it!"

Spring 2018 Participant

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