Mindful Eating 


Would you like to develop a healthier relationship to food and eating?


Many of us have a love/hate relationship to food that is often caught up with our relationship to our bodies and to our emotions. Diets may work in the short-term, but don't really go deep enough to effect lasting changes in our eating habits. Mindful eating is a way of gently working with your mind, body and emotions to bring about gradual and sustainable changes to your eating habits and how you relate to food and eating. 
I have been turning to food for comfort for many years, but have found that bringing mindfulness and compassion to my eating habits has transformed them. Rather than focusing on what you eat, the mindful approach is to listen to your body and heart and respond to them in a nourishing way.


Some of the mindful eating skills you can learn include:

  •  - Developing awareness of your body, to be able to recognise hunger and fullness signals
  •  - Being able to distinguish between physical hunger and hunger for comfort
  •  - Identifying healthier ways of being kind to yourself
  •  - Guided meditation practices that develop mindfulness skills of awareness and compassion
  •  - Support and encouragement throughout the process
  •  - Lifelong skills that you can avail of whenever you want or need to

Mindful Eating Workshop

With the guidance of an experienced mindfulness facilitator and the support of a group, this workshop consists of mindful eating exercises, led mindfulness meditations and tips and techniques for implementing mindful eating into your life.

When: Saturday 22 June 2019, 10am - 4pm
Where: Oscailt Integrative Health centre, 8 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4
Cost: €65.00
Booking and further info: Contact Oscailt at 01 660 3872 or info@oscailt.com to book; contact Fidelma at 087 683 4717 for further info on the workshop.

One-to-One Mindful Eating
I can work with you over a number of sessions (either in person or on-line) to support and guide you in developing the mindfulness skills to apply to your relationship to food and eating. If you're interested or would like to know more, please contact Fidelma at 087 6834717 or info@breathworks.ie.