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Mindful Eating Group Classes
Mindful eating is an approach that focuses on recognizing and honoring the body’s signals around hunger and fullness, food enjoyment and satisfaction, and helping people navigate hurdles on their unique paths toward nourishment. Mindful eating principles can be used with any type of eating approach, but these classes are not focused on weight loss. Small-group classes provide a safe space for learning, sharing and practicing mindful eating techniques. This class if intended for people over age 18. Couples welcome!
Min 5/Max 10. 
Mindful Eating For ME™ - 1
Based on the evidence-based MB-EAT program as well as other research, this series of 6 classes will cover basic concepts of mindful eating and its use in a variety of eating approaches. Topics covered will include inner-outer wisdom, hunger and fullness awareness, taste satisfaction, cultivating mindful eating habits and the role of meditation in mindful eating. All course materials will be provided.
Mindful Eating For ME™ - 2 VIRTUAL
Building upon the content presented in Mindful Eating For ME-1, this series of 6 classes delves further into additional techniques and tools available through mindful eating training, as well as explores more personal aspects of eating habits and behaviors. Topics covered will include moving mindset toward mindfulness, the intersection of mindful eating and weight-loss, interrupting the yo-yo diet cycle, handling emotional/stress eating/cravings, and eating mindfully during the holidays. All course materials will be provided. Note: Mindful Eating For ME-1 is a prerequisite for this session unless the student has had previous mindful eating instruction from me.
Instructor: Kitty Broihier, MS, RD
Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian who holds two mindful eating certifications (Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training instructor and Mindful & Instinctive Eating Practitioner). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in nutrition and dietetics from Michigan State University and a Master’s degree in Nutrition communications from Boston University. She is an adjunct faculty nutrition instructor at SMCC and is the owner of NutriComm, a nutrition consulting and communications company in South Portland, and the creator of the Mindful Eating For ME™ program.


General Information
  • Mindful Eating 2 has moved to virtual zoom meetings.
  • The zoom link will be emailed out to participants 24 – 48 hours prior to the meeting starting.

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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