The Best Yoga Of Eating - December 2020

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Sarahjoy Marsh

Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, E-RYT 500yoga teacher, yoga therapist, and author, is a lively catalyst for transformation. Clear-hearted and sensitive toward the ones that suffer with addictions – specifically disordered eating patterns and body image issues, and for those living with stress, depression, and injury, Sarahjoy ignites a individual’s confidence in themselves as effective at exposing the pleasures and challenges of waking from anguish. Through her job with addiction and recovery, as well as her years of devotion to working with those whose lives are affected by marginalization (poverty, and bias, lack of access to sources like education, health care, or mental health care), she has produced an available library of tools which develop the life skills people will need to recreate health (both physical and mental); to enhance their sense of worth, belonging, and also capacity; and also to thrive emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually.

While fundamentally informed by the teachings of yoga, Sarahjoy additionally incorporates her training into Western treatment and mental health, interpersonal counseling, neurobiology, mutual muscle inhibition, and kinesiology. She has an unwavering belief in people’s innate goodness and their capacity for their potential.

The mixture of her capacity to identify if a conditioned mind pattern crowds out clear thinking and to inspire the courage to deliver insight into action, her knowledge of strong mindfulness and yoga tools, her view about the terrain of the phases of recovery as well as the tools to work with along the way create her Yoga for Recovery methodology (outlined in her book Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Boost Your Relationship with Your Body and Food) a detailed and effective healing modality. Sarahjoy enthusiastically embraces her pupils’ well-being in a way

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Gabi Garcia

Gabi Garcia is former teacher who believes that empowering kids hope their bodies and to tune to is a gift, licensed professional counselor, and a mama. She's dedicated to helping build on children's capacity to engage mindfully, self-regulate, and create a sense of well-being through self-compassion and kindness.

Gabi resides with her family in Austin, Texas.

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Carolyn Costin

Carolyn recovered herself over years ago. Her own recovery is a primary element in her comprehension of and establishing with her clients. Carolyn served for hospital applications but recognized the need to have a atmosphere for treatment to happen. She made her distinctive program to serve that purpose.

Her unique mix of expertise, training, and passion have contributed Carolyn to nationwide recognition, as have her achievements within the area of eating disorders. She is a frequent speaker at national disorder conferences and is a member of several national eating disorder associations. Carolyn is on the editorial board of "The Eating Disorder Journal of Treatment and Prevention" and writes on topics pertaining to eating disorders for a variety of magazines and publications. Carolyn is also the author of Your Dieting Daughter two novels and The Eating Disorder Sourcebook. Carolyn remains versed in biological, developmental, ethnic and mental levels.

Along with Monte Nido, Carolyn is also director of The Eating Disorder Center of California, that gives her way of recovery within an intensive day-treatment program. Despite overseeing her clinics and participating in a wide assortment of duties, like becoming a board member of the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) and traveling the country lecturing, Carolyn continues to maintain a hands-on strategy in Monte Nido Treatment Center, providing both group and individual therapy.

In Spring 2006, Carolyn will be launching a new affiliate, RainRock, a 10-bed center, located near Eugene, Oregon on the McKenzie River. RainRock will follow the therapy program produced by Carolyn at Monte N's philosophy and protocols

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