Educational Series: Exploring Mindful Eating
Personal enrichment webinars, suitable No CE Credits. for those who wish to begin or maintain a mindful eating practice on a personal level. We created this series with the Personal Community Member in mind; however, Professional Community Members are welcome.
* This Event has been postponed.*
Date: Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
Time: 12:00 - 13:00 pm Eastern Time
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About the Event
In this participatory event Linn Thorstensson DipNT mNTOI will invite you to explore how giving us permission to eat foods, especially foods that you previously have forbidden or if you've had lots of food rules can change our relationship with food and eating.
Together we will look at The Diet-Restrict-Binge Cycle, and how food rules can play a part in keeping this going and how permission can help get us out of it.
We will explore common fears and beliefs around what might happen if you let go of food rules and restriction and we will talk about permission as an ongoing practice in our mindful eating journey.
Attending live is highly recommended as this is an event that invites you to come with your own questions, lived experience and input.
Discuss how giving ourselves unconditional permission to eat ALL foods have an impact on our relationship with food
The participants will learn how to apply this to their own lives going forward
The participants will be able to identify how having strict food rules and moving toward permission in their eating will impact their relationship with food.
About the Presenter
Linn Thorstensson, Dip NT mNTOI, is a registered Nutritional Therapist, based in Co.Cork Ireland, with a special focus on helping people heal their relationship with food and eating, through a mindful eating and self-compassionate approach. She is also a food blogger, recipe developer and photographer and a meditator. Linn holds a three year PGDip in Nutritional Therapy, certifications in mind-body medicine and Mindful Eating (MB-EAT).
She is one of three directors for the board of Nutritional Therapists of Ireland and is excited to be part of the continuing growth of The Centre for Mindful Eating.
When she is not found reading, writing or in clinic, she tries spending most of her time in nature, with her dogs, with friends and in deep conversations.
You will find more about her, her work and her personal path over on