Event: February 25th 2018
London: Food Yoga – an embodied approach to the psychology of eating
February 25th 2018
This workshop is an exploration of our relationship to food through body awareness and depth psychology. By looking at the way we eat, we can learn about ourselves: we can learn how to eat in more nourishing ways, without diets, restrictions or healthy-eating obsessions.
The embodied method involves listening to the body rather than controlling it, which is a different take on this topic. This workshop will be more of an enquiry than an expert lesson, and we might even have some fun learning something useful.
Who this is for:
- People who have challenges with food and are looking for a deeper approach
- People who are just curious to explore this aspect of life
- People who want to learn about embodiment and think food is as interesting topic
What this workshop won’t include:
- Diet tips
- Yoga snobbery about how we all have to live on expensive superfoods
- Endless arguments about what to cut our of your diets, allergies, etc.
- Embodied Yoga Principles enquiries
- Mindful eating explorations
- Centring and state regulation
- Emotional intelligence work
- Self love/empathy vs. control
- Exploring parallels relationship to food as relationship to money and sex
- Body listening
- Friendly people (we’ll explore community and social aspects of food)
- Simple practical tools you can use ongoing
Date: February 25th
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: West London Buddhist Centre – Royal Oak House, 45A Porchester Rd, London W2 5DP, UK map.
Cost: £35 early bird rate by 2nd Feb, £49 full price.
BRING LUNCH TO SHARE – this is part of the course so notice your decisions around that
Questions & info: contact Mark Walsh – mark@integrationtrainingdotcodotuk