Moller Image 19-12-03The festive season is full of triggers for overeating.  Come and explore some strategies for dealing with some of the most common triggers.

Do you look forward to the holidays but dread the “inevitable” holiday overeating?

Food is central to our holiday celebrations: family gatherings, parties, and chocolates and mince pies in the office.  Whilst some people look forward to the festive season with open arms, many of us approach it with some anxiety and trepidation.  Not only is the sheer abundance and variety of food a concern, stressful family dynamics, fatigue, self-imposed expectations and perfectionism can also be triggers for guilt-ridden overeating.  Whether you want to avoid overeating and gaining those extra pounds, you need to control your blood sugar (for example, if you have diabetes), or you simply wish to consume only what your body requires, the holiday season can be challenging.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.  Using mindfulness – non-judgemental, moment-to-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and surroundings – can really help us navigate this trigger-laden environment.  Mindful eating skills can change and stall unhelpful eating choices and patterns.

In this seminar we’ll explore strategies to deal with some of the most common triggers for festive overeating.


Venue:  In The Moment, 72 Berkeley St, Glasgow G3 7DS.  map

Dates:  3rd December ’19.

Times:  6.30 pm – 8.00 pm.  Therapies Room.

Cost:  £16.99.  Advance booking recommended.

For more information please contact Joanne:-

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