28th august

Mindfulness may not come easy, but just like how we can train our muscles in the gym, we too can train our ability to be mindful through consistent practice in our everyday lives!

Moving far beyond the obvious advise of eat less, exercise more, this comprehensive workshop aims to deliver practical and sustainable tools on how to integrate mindful eating everyday without the relentless rules and toxic chatter around diet, food and exercise.

Workshop Overview:

– Understand what mindfulness is and how you can benefit from it.

– Learn practical ways and techniques to discover how to release the guilt and struggle so often associated with eating.

– Learn how to stop using food as a crutch and say goodbye to emotional eating.

Download the workshop brochure for more information. To book tickets, head to the The Barre Studio.

2 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. I have cut down on sugar in my diet, how ever I am now stuck for healthy snacks when working night shift, I’m so surprised how much sugar is hidden in foods which I thought would be good in moderation. I have tried carrots & celery sticks, but honestly it just doesn’t cut it at 3 am. What sort of nuts would be the best and are soy chips ok to mix in with the nuts? Cheers Donna

    1. All nuts are great! they contain good fats, protein and fibre and best of all are filling. Just watch your portions, especially at that time of night. Are you a shift worker?

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