FEEL LIKE YOU OVEREAT, BINGE EAT, OR ARE OBSESSED ABOUT PERFECTING YOUR FOOD, HEALTH, AND/OR YOUR BODY SHAPE?

I have. I made this guide to help you learn to embody what it means to free yourself from of this obsession. No more obsessing about how to look, what should or should not be eaten, or what workout to do. Be free to live life to the fullest and not listen to the voices that tell us all that we are not good enough the way we are now.

But how? It’s a grand idea to just “love yourself,” but how do we experience and embody this concept of self love? 

Ironically, when we are stuck in the obsession and fixation of the food and fitness frenzy we are inevitably disconnected from our body, its signals, and even from the world around us. From my personal experience with orthorexia - the obsession with healthy eating to the point of messing with my mental health and relationships - I found myself living in my head constantly, driven into deep bouts of depression and loneliness. Food and fitness became everything to me to numb the ache of being disconnected from my life and relationships.

To heal, I realized that I needed to become embodied - IN my body. 

This guide provides a sequence of seven yin yoga poses to develop this embodiment.