Eating disorder recovery can often feel counterintuitive, scary, and outright hard. The challenges are real, but not impossible, especially when we can get some momentum behind us. So, how do we build momentum for making consistent and continuous choices that support our self-care and healing in eating disorder recovery?
Through honest sharing with others in eating disorder recovery 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 continued healing.
This workshop is appropriate for all phases of the recovery journey, and Yoga experience is not required. Space is limited.
Investment: Register by September 27, $75; afterward $100 (*ask about insurance reimbursement for out of network)
To register, email email@example.com
About the Facilitators
Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, is a certified yoga therapist specializing in eating disorders and body image. She is the creator and host of Real Body Talk, author of Body Mindful Yoga, an international speaker, and mental health advocate. Jennifer provides yoga therapy via online and in person and leads yoga therapy groups at Monte Nido Eating Disorder Center of Philadelphia. She also teaches workshops, retreats, and specialized yoga and eating disorder recovery trainings for professionals. Her writing about her personal journey of eating disorder recovery and professional experience as a passionate yoga therapist has appeared in Yoga International, Yoga Journal, Recovery Warriors, and other influential blogs. Jennifer has appeared on Fox29 news and has been featured in the Huffington Post, Real Woman Magazine, SJ Magazine, Medill Reports Chicago, Philly.com, YOGA Magazine, and on several podcasts. Connect with Jennifer: www.Yoga4EatingDisorders.com and www.JenniferKreatsoulas.com.
Michele Kabas, LCSW, CEDS is a psychotherapist and certified eating disorder specialist with over 25 years of experience. She has worked with women throughout her years of practice dealing with Depression, Anxiety and a specialty with Body Image issues and Eating disorders. Michele has been a passionate Yoga practitioner for the past 15 years and also has yoga therapy training. She strongly believes in a mind-body connection and works in a Psycho Spiritual approach incorporating Yoga and Buddhist philosophy. As Eating Disorders are not about the food, her work focuses on helping each individual connect with their true self, accept themselves as they are and find their authentic voice. Michele currently has a private practice in NYC and in Syosset, NY. Email Michele with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org