Mindless Eating: How to eat well without thinking about it
For most of us, occasional mindless eating (not taking notice of what, or how much we eat) is a part of everyday life. Join Melissa Landry and Carissa Burton of Mission Nutrition to learn the science behind mindless eating and how it can work to improve our eating habits without thinking so much. We’ll cover: ● What foods and situations are high-risk for mindless eating ● Strategies to stop mindless eating ● How to eat mindfully toward a healthy diet ● Keeping a food diary ● Mindful eating exercises
Coming from a background of dance and gymnastics, Jenna saw yoga as a new physical challenge. She attended regular yoga classes on her college campus and quickly fell in love with the practice. She began teaching in 2010. For Jenna, yoga has been a way to find peace, grounding, energy, playfulness and humility. She approaches each practice with a curious mind and strives to learn something new about herself every time she steps onto her mat. In Jenna’s classes, poses are carefully placed and sequenced to offer a safe, fun and playful experience. She encourages her students to be mindful of their limitations and helps them to adapt each class to their own needs, body types and ability levels. She is grateful she is able to pursue her passion with this wonderful community in Medford, Massachusetts.
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