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Intro to Intuitive Eating

Intro to Intuitive Eating

Sunday, May 22nd, 10 am-2 pm
Facilitator: Alysha Gebo, MS, RD, LDN
Cost: $75 Non- Members $70 Members

Are you fed up with feeling like food is running your life?

Food is meant to nourish our bodies and provide us with the energy we need to experience all the fantastic opportunities and challenges that life offers. However, we live in a society that sends us different messages. Our culture teaches us to fear how food can change our bodies and that we can’t trust ourselves to make food decisions. This causes us to look at food differently. It has become isolating, scary, confusing, and challenging rather than looking at food as a source of life-giving nourishment and enjoyment. Thoughts of food, guilt, self-doubt and negative body image seep into life experiences that would have otherwise been enjoyable and prevent us from being fully present.

This interactive in-person workshop is designed to help you break free from these negative emotions and learn how to eat intuitively. Intuitive eating teaches you how to tune into your body, rely on internal as opposed to external cues when making food decisions, practice flexibility and moderation without stress, and reject social pressures that are preventing you from enjoying your life. This workshop combines scientific research, mindfulness, therapeutic techniques, and group work to facilitate positive change. An optional snack will be provided to practice these skills in real-time.

Whether you are entirely new to intuitive eating or have been working on integrating these principles into your life and need some guidance, this workshop is for you!

A 3% convenience fee will be added for all debit/credit card transactions.

About the Facilitator:

Alysha is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist with a passion for helping her clients experience the liberation of food freedom. Using a variety of counseling techniques, intuitive eating principles, and gentle nutrition, Alysha creates a comfortable and nurturing environment for you to tackle the underlying issues preventing you from experiencing all that life has to offer.
Alysha earned her BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Framingham State University in 2015, and she has been working in the outpatient setting since. Alysha went on to pursue an MS in Psychology, where she focused her studies on the treatment of eating disorders. She then opened Nurtured Nutrition, where she is able to combine her specialities and cultivate holistic change.

Alysha Gebo, MS, RD, LDN