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Nourishing Aliveness: Healthy Natural Weight Women’s Group

Nourishing Aliveness: Healthy Natural Weight Women’s Group

Group meets Saturdays 12:00 to 3:00
March 21, 28
April 4, 18, 25 (no group 4/11)
May 2, 9, 17

$450 plus $120 pre-group interview (Insurance may reimburse)
Contact Amy: 215-248-9770

Stop watching your weight. Start living your life.
Join a circle of Good Women to support your self-care and self-acceptance.
Learn about and practice mindfulness meditation (including gentle movement).
Discuss emotional eating, dieting dilemmas, body image struggles, and women’s self-care issues to discern what is true about diets, weight, and health.
Set values-based self-care intentions and take achievable action steps by:

  • tuning into your needs and wants with the mindful process of KAR-ing

  • using the Four Mindful Questions: to let go of “shoulds” and diet dictates, and more skillfully discern what is needed now and how much is enough, emotionally and physically

The Nourishing Aliveness Group Program was developed over 15 years by mindfulness meditation teacher and eating disorder specialist, Amy Tuttle, RD,LCSW. It is:

  • based on neuroscience, mindfulness, and eating disorder research findings

  • rooted in Feminist and Self Psychology

  • informed by Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program and several mindfulness-based psychotherapies, including Mindful Self-compassion and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

Amy Tuttle, RD, LCSW has spent the last 25 years making amends for being one of those preachy good food/bad food dietitians who tells people how to lose weight. She developed Nourishing Aliveness® mindfulness-based no-diet programs to enhance health, create community, and generate joy-fullness. As a mindfulness meditation teacher, eating disorder specialist, Health at Every Size®/no-diet proponent, and Self-Care Collaborator, she helps people recover from dieting and emotional eating, repair body despair, restore self-body trust, retain and enhance health and well-being, and rediscover what matters most.