We all know how to eat right. Right? Then why is it so difficult to avoid certain foods, lose weight, and find balance between what we need and what we WANT???
Sometimes it makes more sense to look a little deeper at the patterns and habits we develop over time, to find a way to learn what our bodies are telling us. Using gentleness, kindness, and yes, a little compassion, we can inquire inside to find our own answers. It’s difficult to make this journey alone, and it can be helpful to bring a guide for the trip.
Mindful eating can help you learn how food impacts your mood, and how you can eat enough to be satisfied. With satisfaction, comes effortless weight loss, ending emotional eating. Fueling your body for life performance, not in response to mindless eating. Eating for satiety, not for stuffing your feelings. Eating beautiful, delicious, fresh, colorful food that nourishes both the body and the spirit, leading to amazing meals that are simple to prepare.
Paying attention can provide tremendous benefits leading to nourishment, satisfaction, and comfort. Lisa Schmidt works with people in all stages of Mindful Eating – from inquiry to competency. As a trained meditator and Certified Yoga Instructor, Lisa is a member and supporter of the Center for Mindful Eating, the Skillful Meditation Project, the Pine Street Sangha, and practices Recollective Awareness meditation. Contact her for a no cost consultation.