Your unique story and circumstance is the key to falling in love with your food-body connection.

Emily Stern

Emily Stern

I have an ongoing love affair with food and my body.  Like any good love affair, sometimes we are in sync, sometimes we are discovering new dynamics and sometimes we can’t get enough of each other.

I think it’s safe to say that we all know there is a food-body connection, but understanding exactly what that means and how it works can be a little confusing.

We are buried in messages all day long, life long.  How to be healthy, how to eat, how to date or enhance our marriage and of course there are loads of flashy, noisy messages about how to look. It’s challenging to decipher our true voice and what we really want and need. With all of this outside information about how to do it right and how to be good, how can we make a personal food body connection?  How do we know when we are really in love?

I reject the idea that anyone or anything understands your body’s true journey more than you do. We each have a history. There is a connection between our histories and disassociating from our bodies and disconnecting when we eat. Your unique story and circumstance is the key to falling in love with your food-body connection

There is no ending point on anyone’s journey with food and their body. This journey is going on throughout our lives, and how we participate determines whether or not we enjoy the connection. I want to help you explore, discover and uncover your very own food-body connection. I will support you in that journey, giving you tools, insight and guidance.

 

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My own journey:

Nine years ago I experienced a profound shift in the way I related to food and my body. This profound shift resulted in my feeling strong and agile and deeply connected to my food and to everything that I do with my body. Not long after this change, people started asking me for help. I was thrilled to share my experiences. At the time I was teaching self defense and had ten years of social work experience. Becoming a guide for others felt like a natural extension of my work.