Healthy Eaters are Made not Born
How many times have you tried to change your eating habits only to find yourself back at where you started?
We are all victims of starting to eat better then having a hard time sticking with these changes.
And why, even those of us, who are more self-aware and conscious of what we eat, often find ourselves struggling to control our eating desires?
Old habits die hard. Changing your habits is a process that involves several stages. Sometimes it takes a while before changes become new habits. And, you may face roadblocks along the way. Adopting new, healthier habits increases the quality of our life and may protect us from serious health problems! AND WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
This workshop is designed to help you to identify the roots of your challenges with habit change and equip you with the knowledge necessary for replacing those stubborn unhealthy habits with healthy and sustainable ones.
We will look beyond the traditional will power-based “try harder” change framework and dive dipper into eating behaviour science.
You will learn many interesting things about the mind-body connection and get a new perspective on the habit change process.
Why Join This Workshop:
- If you feel like some of your eating habits negatively affect your health, weight and quality of your life and you really would like to change that.
- If you find yourself stuck in an exhausting yo-yo dieting circle.
- If you have been trying to eat healthier, but can’t stick to it for a long time.
- If you think that you just don’t have enough will power to change your habits for good.
This Workshop Will Help You to:
- Transform how you view habit change process;
- Uncover why healthy eating is easier for some people and more difficult for others;
- Find our why willpower is not the key to sustainable habit change;
- Discover what factors drive and shape our eating behaviour, and how to manage them;
- Learn a very effective framework for sustainable habit change.
- Healthy Eaters are Made not Born – eating is a learned behaviour; our food preferences and habits are not fixed but flexible and changeable;
- Will-power Model of Change vs Skill-powered Model of Change;
- Factors that affect our Eating Behaviour
- Mindful exercices
- Free consultancy of your choice by Silkor
SIGN UP TODAY!
- Cost: 300 AED ( PRIOR BOOKING REQUIRED)
- Raffle and prizes included
- Refreshment and snacks included
- Presentation about healthy eating and its effect on mood and wellbeing & how Slim’n lite can help
- Location: Silkor, khalifa Branch.
- CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP (Please mention event name in the subject)
- For more details please E-mail [email protected] or WhatsApp 050-4199195
Meet our Host:
Tatiana is an Eating Behaviour and Habit Change Coach
She sees more to food than just calories and nutrients and goes way beyond teaching people how to make healthy choices.
Her passion for this work was born out of overcoming her own challenges with food and weight and is driven by the beliefs that our Relationship with Food should be a source of Nourishment and Pleasure, not Health Issues, Stress, Frustration and Guilt; that Food should give us Health and Energy to live our lives to the fullest, not to shorten our lives.
Tatiana works with people who stuck in the exhausting cycle of yo-yo dieting or struggle to change some stubborn bad habits; feel out of control with overeating and emotional eating and believe that they are lacking motivation and willpower; find themselves procrastinating with making changes and self-sabotaging their success.
She helps them to transform their relationship with food, get in charge of their eating behaviour, replace bad habits with healthy and enjoyable ones and fall in love with healthy eating!
To ensure her clients get the best possible and sustainable results, in her practice she integrates principles and techniques from a variety of fields: Psychology of Eating, Cognitive-Behavioural Psychology, Mind-Body Nutrition, Intuitive & Mindful Eating, Transformational Coaching Method. This unique approach allows her to see through many layers of her clients’ challenges with food, and deal with them in a systematic way.