Have you lost sight of your 2017 goals? Check for distorted thinking.
Since mindless eating is usually a major component of binge eating disorder, the mindfulness of yoga can be particularly helpful.
During the month of November we see many blog writers open the dialogue about gratitude. They write about how adopting a mindset of being thankful and living in a place of gratefulness and kindness is especially appropriate around this time of year. I have written about the same things in...
Even just a few minutes of mindfulness per day could make a big difference to your mind, body and yes, your soul.
Yoga is much more than just postures. The benefits of yoga are well researched, and it is a natural fit to help with food issues.
Getting physical isn’t about making a resolution, it’s about making a plan that fits you and your lifestyle.
The yoga-based therapy program at the White Picket Fence Foundation is a powerful combination of traditional yoga with a therapeutic approach that specifically addresses eating disorders and food addiction.
Yin Yoga builds tolerance for allowing ourselves to embrace discomfort, a wonderful skill for a recovering food addict.
Physical recovery requires a balance of healthy movement, nutrition and rejuvenation. Restorative yoga is an ideal way to incorporate that element.
In a state of complete relaxation, it becomes counter-intuitive for people to use drugs, excess food, or use other self-harming behaviors.