Did you know that many of our beliefs and behaviours are inherited when it comes to food, weight, and body image? Children model what they see at home – your eating habits influence their eating habits and the way you feel about your body affects the way they feel about theirs.

Mindful Eating

If you’ve dieted or exercised excessively to control your weight, you’ll know that neither is the answer to long-term health or happiness. And neither is the answer for our daughters (or sons!).
Enter Mindful Eating, a powerful practice that’s designed to increase awareness and intention around food and support your physical and mental wellbeing. This approach will teach you how to slow down and be present at mealtimes, identify what your body needs, make healthier choices, ditch diets, banish binges, and create much healthier inner dialogue around body image and nourishment.
To learn how, join us for An Introduction to Mindful Eating with a holistic health coach, Nicole Allen and take home six simple strategies you can both implement straight away to feel more empowered and in control of food and your health!

About Nicole Allen

mindful eating

Nicole is a certified Holistic Health Coach, BodyTalk Practitioner and Intuitive Eating Counsellor, based in Kloof, KZN. She focuses on mind-body wellness and helps clients thrive by achieving better balance in all areas of their lives. Her work covers areas such as mindset, nutrition, lifestyle practices, sleep, stress management, career, personal growth, and energy healing in the form of BodyTalk and Reiki.

Nicole has a particular interest in women’s health and adores working with children and teenagers on everything from anxiety and concentration to food and body image concerns. See www.realhealthhappiness.com for more.

When: Saturday, May 22, 2021
Time: 10am to 12pm
Where: The Office 97
Tickets: R150

Lucky Draw

There will be a lucky draw for a Mindful Eating book Whole, by a local author, Melissa Delport and a farm box from impala ridge farm?