Am I Hungry?®Mindful Eating
“Am I hungry?”
Asking this simple question before you eat is the first step towards ending your struggle with food… without restricting, depriving or punishing yourself. And without feeling guilty.
This approach to mindful eating empowers you. You’ll relearn your natural ability to eat just the right amount of food. And you’ll discover how to meet your other needs in more productive ways than eating.
By joining an Am I Hungry?®Mindful Eating workshop, you’ll:
Attend 8 weekly sessions where you can interact and share with others on the same journey
Learn the concepts of mindful eating from a knowledgeable and compassionate facilitator
Deep dive into what you learn with a copy of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat by Dr. Michelle May
Record your reflections and aha moments in the Awareness Journal
Stay connected with others in the workshop via an online forum
Be inspired by daily Mindful Moment e-mails
Stay focused on the concepts with the weekly Workshop Summaries
Receive extra support from your facilitator by e-mail as needed
If you're interested in the concepts but unsure if the group session will work for you, visit my Health Coaching page to learn about AIH coaching.
I look forward to helping you on the path to mindful eating… and more joyful living.
I'm not currently offering a workshop - check back for possibilities in the spring.
But - I am trying out the idea of a Virtual Support Group, that would meet using Zoom, and participating would cost $5-$10/session.
We'd meet roughly every other Monday at 7 p.m. Eastern, starting November 19, 2018. If you're interested, please participate in this Doodle poll so I can get you the Zoom and payment information.
“I really enjoyed the workshop. Erica’s personal stories made a big difference in our motivation to keep on going. I am very impressed with the book, and was able to use the workshop to ask questions, clarify, and listen to others’ experience…. I love the philosophy of the program, and really feel like it is something I can continue on forever.”
“[Since the class] I have started to live my entire life more mindfully. I pay attention to what my body is telling me after every task when I'm alone. If I need to take care of something around the house, I will. If I need to eat, I will. If I don't, I won't.... Being mindful has allowed me to more instinctive and intuitive rather than having my brain ‘on’ all the time…. I am much more happy living this way!”