45 students

Mindfulness is the best savouring.
J. Chozen Bay, Mindful Eating

Every day, we each make around 200 decisions about eating. But studies have shown that 90% of these decisions are made without any conscious thought.
B. Wansink, Mindless Eating

 

Mindfulness is deliberately paying attention, non-judgmentally, to what is present for you mentally, emotionally and physically in each moment. With practice, it is proven to cultivate the possibility of freeing yourself of reactive, habitual patterns of thinking, feeling and acting, while promoting balance, choice, wisdom and acceptance of what is.

Mindful Eating means allowing yourself to become aware of responses to food (likes, neutral, dislikes) without judgment, while acknowledging physical hunger and satiety cues to guide your decisions.

Join us to explore a mindful approach to eating and experience insights that you will be able to apply in your everyday life or deepen during a longer course. This tasteful introduction will be flavoured by some simple, fun and yet eye-opening exercises, developed by Mindful Eating guru Jan Chozen Bays, and shared practice.

PLEASE NOTE: this is an online course – for an in-person version, please get in touch.

The best diet is the one you don’t know you’re on.

B. Wansink, Mindless Eating

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About Claudia is a translator, interpreter, tour guide and planner, teacher of foreign languages in Italy and Italian for foreigners elsewhere, with a passion for cinema, travel and Argentine tango. She has lived in several places in Italy and abroad (UK, Belgium, USA, Luxembourg). A few years ago she stumbled upon Mindfulness and it was an immediate insight: in very little time she decided to start the teacher training pathway with the School of Medicine within the University of Massachusetts, where Jon Kabat-Zinn founded the Center for Mindfulness and designed the now renowned MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) Protocol and started a blog. In line with her lifestyle, her wish is to convey this approach of full awareness in different contexts (education, corporate, general) and languages (Italian and English) and locations (Sicily, Rome, Milan, Luxembourg). She has completed two courses of Mindfulness for Children and Adolescents, with Mindful Schools (2015) and Amy Saltzman (2017) and one on Mindful Eating (2015) with Jan Chozen Bays. In 2017 she met John Niland and immediately joined his Self-Worth Safari, becoming one of the first members of the Self-Worth Academy. She has now offered several MBSR cycles, numerous workshops, guided Mindful Walks in nature and is constantly planning new Mindfulness-based activities. Experience in numbers 5 years of MBSR Protocols, Mindfulness seminars etc.- contributed to blogs on Self-Worth Academy websites References Catharina Biver (Business Coach) John Niland (Self-Worth Academy) Francesca Barbanera (Child Neuropsychiatrist)
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