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.
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
*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 info@EDSNA.ca to discuss your circumstances, as we may be able to reduce your fees, or waive them entirely.
About Your Facilitator
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 foodflowthought.com.