Overcoming Food Guilt With Body Mindful Yoga

Redefine Your Relationship With Food, Uplift Your Body Image

Redefine your relationship with food and uplift your body image with my new 4-week online course inspired by my book, Body Mindful Yoga. Discover a unique approach that combines self-reflective and active yoga practices with the power of language to uplift your self-esteem and body image. Through guided exercises and variety of yoga practices you will discover how to transform negative self-talk and beliefs about food into empowering ones, creating greater peace of mind and body in your relationship with food and life. You will also learn how to challenge social messages about "good" & "bad" food and embrace the act of eating as a form of personal power.

What's Included

  • 4 weeks of online Lessons and Yoga Practices to work on at your own pace (You have 1 year from the date of purchase to complete the course)

  • Downloadable Course Workbook to guide you along your Body Mindful Yoga Journey

  • Email support from me

What You Will Learn

Let go of guilt

  • Examine how social messages, personal beliefs and morality language around food influence your relationship with your body.

learn self-affirming language

  • Use Body Mindful Yoga as a pathway to embrace self-affirming inner dialogues and rewrite disempowering narratives around food and body image.

find peace and acceptance

  • Get practical tools and clear guidance for creating an environment of self-compassion and acceptance. Connect to your personal power and uncover a deep sense of peace within.

View the full Course Curriculum . You have 1 year from the date of purchase to complete the course.

This Online Course Is For If You

  • Feel guilt related to food, eating, hunger and fullness

  • Struggle with body image

  • Feel overwhelmed by social messages about good and bad food

  • Are in recovery for an eating disorder

  • Have disordered eating patterns

  • Hold shame, guilt, comparison, and low self-esteem about food, body, and in general

  • Would like to explore how yoga practice can help you heal food guilt and negative body image

**Have questions about this online course? No problem! Email me.

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Body Mindful Yoga has been praised by leaders in the fields of Yoga Therapy, Eating Disorders, and Body Image as a valuable resource and empowering guide to “finding peace and friendship with one’s body.” I created Overcoming Food Guilt With Body Mindful Yoga with the intention of bringing the key teachings of Body Mindful Yoga to life, offering you practical, hands on ways to apply the book’s teachings to your relationship with food and body. In my personal healing from an eating disorder, Yoga practices and philosophies taught me how to offer my body kindness, compassion, and respect. I am grateful to share what I’ve learned with you in both the book and this online course.

Begin Your Journey Today

Overcoming Food Guilt With Body Mindful Yoga is offered through YogaLife University and includes 4 weeks of Lessons and Yoga Practices plus a Course Workbook to guide you along your Body Mindful Yoga Journey. Learn about the Course Curriculum and all the course has to offer.

**Have questions about this online course? No problem! Email me.


About Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD

Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, is a certified yoga therapist specializing in eating disorders and body image. She the creator and host of Real Body Talk, author of Body Mindful Yoga: Create a Powerful and Affirming Relationship With Your Body (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2018), and inspirational speaker. Jennifer provides yoga therapy via online and in person at YogaLife Institute in Wayne, PA, and leads yoga therapy groups at Monte Nido Eating Disorder Center of Philadelphia. She teaches workshops, retreats, and specialized trainings for clinicians, professionals, and yoga teachers. Jennifer is a partner with the Yoga & Body Image Coalition and writes for Yoga International, Yoga Journal and other influential blogs. She has appeared on Fox29 news and has been featured in the Huffington Post, Real Woman Magazine, Medill Reports Chicago, Philly.com, and several podcasts, including the Yoga International and ED Matters Podcasts.


kind words for my online course

Jen presents the material in this course in a genuine, sincere and caring manner. It is a topic that can be challenging and triggering for some people but Jen makes you feel like she is right beside you on your journey. Through a variety of yoga techniques and self-reflection Jen empowers you to make small changes that can have a very big impact on your relationship with food and your body.
— Kelly R
Body Mindful Yoga with Jen has been an awesome refresher and reminder for me to be more aware of how I view my relationship with food and my body since leaving treatment for an eating disorder a couple years ago. This class couldn’t have come at a better time! The way Jen presents the material is gentle, but also thought provoking. The exercises hit home and help you dig a little deeper, and I loved the extra yoga sequences! I would 100% recommend this to a friend, or anyone who struggles with body image or self talk.
— Ashley G
This course takes you on a powerful inward journey towards greater self-love. It provides great insight into how our relationship with food and with our body is shaped through culture, media and self-talk, helping you become more aware of harmful patterns. The exercises and practices really helped to shift my inner dialogue and my relationships with my body and with food. Highly recommended!
— Linda D