Just You and Me

Since the presidential election, I have felt called to do more. To get involved with organizations that stand for the values I hold dear, to call my elected officials to give them a piece of my mind (or at least read one of the suggested scripts from Facebook), to march and rail and educate myself […]

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Mindful Eating Group with Alexis Conason, PhD

For some of us it starts with the jar of Halloween candy at home or in the office. For others it’s around the packed-to-capacity Thanksgiving table. Or maybe it’s just entering the month of December with its endless array of eating- and drinking-focused celebrations.As much as the holidays are a time of family and friends, […]

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Open Heart Project Meditation Instructor Training Program

Mindfulness meditation is a bona fide cultural phenomenon. Research has shown that it can regulate blood pressure and reduce symptoms in stress-related illnesses. It can help prevent relapse into depression when included as part of a treatment protocol. It lowers the stress hormone cortisol. Those who practice it regularly report greater self-confidence, improved communication skills, and […]

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What is real progress? What my nutrition practice taught me

Three years ago I launched Eat to Love. Much like my own understanding of meditation, mindfulness, and Intuitive Eating, my understanding of working with clients has deepened in surprising ways. It is with the “new beginning” of this site that I share three little insights into that deeper understanding: of myself as a person/nutritionist/business owner, […]

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What Do You Choose to Believe?

The other day a friend posted a video on Facebook. It’s the story of a disabled veteran named Arthur who transforms himself through a yoga practice. I’ve seen this particular video many times before, yet I never fail to click on it when it crosses my screen. In case you haven’t seen it yet, here […]

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