A new relationship with food is waiting for you.
Dissolve the reasons for emotional eating and find peace with food.
“My relationship with food, my body, myself and others is everything I want it to be now. I am now living life on my terms without guilt.”
– Derek, Transformation Group graduate
Does this sound familiar?
– For as long as you can remember, you’ve had a complex relationship with food.
– You cycle through periods of food restriction and then over-eating.
– You’ve tried every diet program and clean eating plan under the sun.
– At the end of the day, it hurts that you just can’t eat like other people.
– Food occupies your mind and fills you with daily cravings, guilt, and frustration.
– You want to be able to accept yourself, your body, and live life to the fullest.
– You feel constant pressure to change yourself, but all the control is exhausting.
You know you have to do something, but what?
I get it.
For 25 years, I was at war with my body. I feared the effects of food and tried to control every aspect of my eating. I gave nutrition plans, traditional and holistic approaches my all, but unfortunately found that nothing helped. I finally stopped trying to fight and accepted that my disordered eating habits had won. I told myself I was never going to be “normal.”
But that was not the end of my story! It was only the beginning.
At the time I had no idea that I would come to find peace with food in the most unusual way. It turns out that there were real, neurobiological adaptations driving me to be at war with myself and my body. The real cause of my suffering was deep under the surface. Focusing on the behaviors could not touch it even if I did my best.
I was fortunate when I discovered a professional path that not only trained me to become a skilled trauma practitioner, but also became my personal liberation: a way to finally heal from decades of disordered eating.
As I trained to become a trauma healing practitioner, along with getting the most excellent education available, I was receiving personal support that freed me from years of suffering. Now I could take care of myself properly for the first time in my life.
As a movement teacher, I was also starting to connect even more dots. Nutritious Movement and early developmental models of human movement provided the foundation and structure to support the combined integration of several trauma healing modalities with the way we learn to move when we are young.
Today, I combine all of my education and personal experience to offer a unique healing opportunity. Through my book, workshops, and the Transformation Group program, I’m able to help others create a new, right relationship with food.
If you’re ready to end the exhausting downward spirals of obsessive thinking, emotional eating patterns, and frustrating diet restrictions, I hope you’ll consider working with me. I invite you to learn that there is more for you than suffering the constant pressure to “fix” yourself! Let’s take the first steps on the path to finding true peace with food together!
What if you, too, could be at peace with your body?
Through the approaches I have developed and experienced for myself, I know that you can come to know your body as a hard-working and loving ally.
You can build up your capacity to handle whatever each day throws at you.
When life gets hard, you can learn how to experience your emotions without using food.
You can stop blaming yourself for your “lack of willpower” and know the best way to care for yourself.
“I can quickly draw on the tools learned in class, regulate myself to a grounded state, and not turn to food to soothe myself. This has changed my life!”
MariaP.W.F. Transformation Group Graduate
“The frequency of overeating or binge eating decreased big time, and I find it very important to say that I haven’t replaced it with anything else.”
DanielP.W.F. Transformation Group Graduate
“My group was the perfect size. Such a wealth of practical education and tools which I can apply everyday. This is fundamental, and you can feel it work!”
AleksP.W.F. Transformation Group Graduate
Read and find peace with food beyond cleansing, tracking, and controlling.
This book explains the deep reasons behind emotional eating. It will give you the tools you need to begin to tenderly care for your nervous system and address the underlying causes of your challenging relationship with food.
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Ready to Get Started?
The best way to start is to download a free chapter of my book “Peace with Self, Peace with Food.”