March 29 - March 31

Feed Your Soul: Change Your Weight
Janice Taylor

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Uncover your authentic self and clear the path to permanent weight removal.

Do you find yourself stuck in a rut in trying to lose weight? Are you indulging a behavior you dislike even though you want to stop? Having trouble getting motivated? Why not experience instead the joy of a healthy lifestyle? In this inspiring, resolve-strengthening, and seriously delightful weekend with Janice (herself a 50-pound weight-loss winner), the emphasis is on self-empowerment and self-love (and an equal emphasis on lightness and playfulness). You’ll learn strategies rooted in positive psychology, creativity, hypnosis, and visualization for letting go of obstacles and blocks as you fortify your commitment to self.

You’ll explore the beliefs and behaviors that keep you from doing what you want to do and discover ways to stay motivated in the face of temptation. Expect to experience reduced stress, increased energy, higher levels of self-esteem and self-worth, and a great deal more happiness as you transform  your relationship to food with priceless tactics for ending emotional eating and controlling cravings.  Be bold! Step out of your rut! The only thing you’ll lose here is what you want to lose!

Janice Taylor is a life and wellness coach and the author of Our Lady of Weight Loss: Miraculous and Motivational Musings from the Patron Saint of Permanent Fat Removal. She publishes a weekly e-newsletter called Our Lady of Weight Loss’s KICK in the TUSH Club, which has 18,000 members and is a syndicated blogger for Huffington Post, Beliefnet, Intent, and VividLife. She’s been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Health, Family Circle, Fitness,The New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, and the Los Angeles Times and has appeared on Good Morning America, Discovery Health, Fit TV and the Hallmark Channel. See www.OurLadyofWeightLoss.com

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