Yoga teachers have the privilege of guiding students through movement experiences and the responsibility of creating safe spaces for this body exploration to unfold. By learning how to teach “body mindfully,” Yoga teachers have an exceptional opportunity to nurture positive body image in students. Get a glimpse of how to integrate body affirming language into your classes and learn about the upcoming Body Mindful Yoga Teacher Training. REGISTER
Tune into my interview with Marc Cordon, host of The Golden Mic Live and author of Beyond Resilient: The Coach’s Guide to Ecstatic Growth. We’ll be chatting about my new book, Body Mindful Yoga, and my work in the field of yoga therapy for eating disorder recovery. I’m super excited to speak with Marc! Watch on #TheGoldenMic live on YouTube.
By learning how to teach “body mindfully,” or integrate body affirming language into your cueing, themes, and messaging, you will help every individual leave Yoga classes and private sessions feeling safe, supported, and uplifted throughout their personal journeys. Join us for a weekend training focused on how to create self-connection with body affirming language in your yoga students and private clients. Come and be a part of this exciting new focus in yoga teacher education! Your voice, experience, ideas, and feedback are powerful and much needed.
Such an honor to be a guest on Weekly Hope, a Facebook Live Interview with Kirsten Haglund of Eating Disorder Hope. We’ll be discussing my new book, Body Mindful Yoga, and my work in the field of yoga therapy for eating disorder recovery. Please pencil this time in your calendar and join me for this live event on Facebook.
In this yoga workshop, you will learn simple, peaceful yoga practices that restore your energy, build inner strength, calm anxiety, and connect you with your body in compassionate ways. If you are ready to feel more peaceful in your mind, body, and recovery, this yoga workshop is for you.
Creating Awareness of the Role of Yoga in Eating Disorder Recovery: A Training for Yoga Teachers and Mental Health Professionals
If you are a yoga teacher and/or mental health professional who has completed at least a 200-hour yoga teacher training and wish to increase your awareness of how yoga supports eating disorder recovery, we invite you to join us for a very unique 3-hour training that combines a vibrant mix of discussion, reflection, and simple yoga practices that you can immediately apply in your life and work.
Join Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, author of the newly released book, Body Mindful Yoga, and explore how yoga can be a helpful tool in improving body image and self-confidence. This 2-hour workshop includes a vibrant mix of discussion, reflection, and yoga practices that bring to life the teachings in the book so that you can then apply in your own life.
This weekend training will utilize the yogic lens of the Koshas as a holistic diagnostic, treatment, and self-care model. I have the pleasure and honor of presenting at this training for mental health practitioners (therapists, case managers, yoga teachers, coaches, caregivers, etc.) on Saturday, 4-6 PM, on the imporatance of language and how it relates to the koshas. Learn more about this excellent, comprhensive training.
Simple Yoga for Deep Healing: Practices for Supporting Eating Disorder Recovery & Strengthening Body Image
I am THRILLED to be presenting at the Montreal International Symposium on Therapeutic Yoga in March on "Simple Yoga for Deep Healing: Practices for Supporting Eating Disorder Recovery & Strengthening Body Image." Learn more about my presenentation, the 2019 faculty, and this fantastic conference for health care and yoga professionals.
The theme of this year’s Body Compassion Project is Wisdom & Wonder. Inspired by participants of the 2018 retreat, these words capture the essence of empowerment, admiration, curiosity, amazement, and intuition. These values connect us to our personal power and enlighten us to ways of living with more grace. This year’s retreat will explore how to embrace wisdom and wonder in your relationship with your body. LEARN MORE
Learn about the newly released book, Body Mindful Yoga, by Bob Butera, PhD, and Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD. This interactive free book talk will introduce insightful Yoga philosophies and simple Yoga practices to support you in creating an affirming relationship with your body. Come experience what it means to be "body mindful" in your life, relationships, and, beyond, and learn how yoga can be a helpful tool in improving body image and self-confidence.
Learn about my newly released book, Body Mindful Yoga: Create an Affirming and Powerful Relationship With Your Body. Through insightful Yoga philosophies, self-study exercises, and practices, Body Mindful Yoga will guide you to create a powerful and affirming relationship with your body. Come experience what it means to be "body mindful" in your yoga practice. REGISTER
The Movement Paradigm Summit is a multi-disciplinary event focusing on mindset, nutrition,and movement This uplifting and inspiring Summit will feature experts in many disciplines who will challenge the way you view your body and its movement potential. In a personalized hands on instructional setting, you will be exposed to unique and life changing movement philosophies. I have the honor or leading a presentation on Body Mindful Yoga Saturday morning of this event. I will also be signing books! Learn more about this event and the featured experts.
Yoga poses are a pathway to personal insights and growth. This class will teach you how to communicate the physical and emotional/spiritual significance of poses to foster self-discovery in students. Come prepared for an active class. REGISTER
You are invited to the 11 Elements: A Body Compassion Project Retreat at the Himalayan Institute, where you will rebuild healthy and compassionate connections with your true self – body, heart, and soul. Whether you struggle with body image because of your past, weight, race, size, ability, aging, illness, or more, this retreat is for you. Includes a unique mix of discussion, journaling, yoga, meditation, art, nature, fun, and support from a like-minded group of individuals who want to create a kind relationship with their bodies. No yoga experience necessary. LEARN MORE
Cutting Through the Noise of "Yoga Culture" & Staying True to Your Personal Path (For Yoga Professionals)
This seminar will open an honest dialogue about the rewards and challenges of being a yoga practitioner and teacher in the age of social media and offer concrete ways to stay true to your personal path. REGISTER
Come explore how to break away from rigid rules about exercise and experience movement that is more playful, creative, and enjoyable in your recovery and life. In this 2-hour group, you will learn tools that empower you to forge a positive relationship with movement and strengthen your connection to your body. Led by Keli Laverty, BC-DMT, LPC, and Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, this group includes discussion, education, yoga, and playful movement. No Yoga experience is needed. All are welcome, including family members and supports of individuals in recovery. Space is limited. $75. REGISTER
I am honored to be speaking and leading yoga at this event! Join us and our National Walk Sponsor Aerie for the Lehigh Valley, PA NEDA Walk at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018. Together, we’ll be raising awareness and vital funds to support the fight against eating disorders. LEARN MORE
Yoga teachers and yoga therapists have the privilege of guiding students through movement experiences and the responsibility of creating safe spaces for this body exploration to unfold. By learning how to teach “body mindfully,” Yoga professionals have an exceptional opportunity to nurture positive body image in students. Get a glimpse of how to integrate body affirming language into your classes and private sessions and learn about my upcoming Body Mindful Yoga Teacher Training. REGISTER
Save the date for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)'s first Regional Conference on Saturday, May 12, 2018 in Philadelphia at Drexel University.
I am very excited to attend and moderate a panel at this event as well as learn from others' healing recovery journeys, and I'd love to see you there!
LEARN MORE about the program and register.
Join Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, RYT-500, for a special Friday afternoon Yoga Workshop for Eating Disorder Recovery. This 2-hour workshop will focus on CREATING MOMENTUM IN RECOVERY. Through honest discussion and a yoga practice focused on flowing, rhythmic movements, we will explore what we need to feel safe to keep moving forward in recovery, identify what nourishes forward momentum, and how to build endurance for making choices that support recovery. No Yoga experience is needed. All are welcome, including family members and supports of individuals in eating disorder recovery. Space is limited. $40. REGISTER
The Renfrew Center of Radnor, PA, invites you to join us as we
celebrate National Eating Disorders Awareness Week with
a panel discussion led by Renfrew clinicians and alumni.
Attendees will hear stories of recovery and receive strategies
for support, followed by a question and answer session.
Light refreshments will be served.
I am honored to participate on the Alumni Panel!
To register, email email@example.com