Online Workshop: Body Focused Yoga

This ONLINE workshop is for anyone (18+) experiencing an eating disorder, disordered eating, and/or experiencing anxiety around food, eating, and body image.

*You do not need proof of diagnosis to enroll

About This Workshop

This ONLINE workshop is professionally facilitated and promotes self discovery in a safe space.

Join Registered Dietitian and Yoga Teacher Rachel Tu in this drop-in body focused yoga workshop.

Body Focused Yoga practices use mindfulness and body movement approaches to reconnect people to a healthy sense of wellbeing.

EDSNA support groups & workshops are always:

  • Professionally-facilitated by people with extensive backgrounds in eating disorders.
  • Intended to support those wishing to continue on the path of recovery in a safe, non-judgmental environment.
  • Limited to a small number of participants to allow everyone to participate fully.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is intended as support, and is not a substitute for treatment. We encourage you to speak with your Physician about treatment options specific to your circumstances. 


Workshop Details:

Individuals interested in participating DO NOT require proof of diagnosis. This workshop is open to those with all manner of disordered eating behaviour.


  • Tuesday, May 30


8:30 pm – 9:45 pm (20:30 – 21:45 MST)


Online via Zoom, details sent separately*


$5 (online, via Jane)**


Rachel Tu, Registered Dietitian and Yoga Teacher

Additional Information:

*A computer/laptop/tablet and internet access are required to participate. The link to access the session will be sent separately, on the day the scheduled group or workshop is set to begin.

**EDSNA does not want financial barriers to stop a participant from attending a support group. Please email to discuss your circumstances, as we may be able to reduce your fees, or waive them entirely.

About Your Facilitator

Rachel Tu

Rachel is a yoga teacher and registered dietitian. She teaches from a trauma informed lens and specializes in eating disorders, food & body image work and intuitive eating for her nutrition counseling. She incorporates mindfulness and body movement approaches to reconnect people to a healthy sense of wellbeing. You can learn more about Rachel on Instagram (@foodflowthought) or