Mindfulness-Based Yoga for Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating webinar now available as a recording by The Center for Mindful Eating (TCME)
Recovered or Recovering…?
Are you recovered or recovering? Eating disorder practitioners stand divided between these two camps. Is one label more accurate than the other? The answer is that it is a matter of perception and core beliefs. This blog post is simply meant for a healthy dialogue vs who is write and who is wrong.
Grateful people are happier, less depressed, less stressed, and more satisfied with their lives and social relationships. Grateful people also have higher levels of control of their environments, personal growth, purpose in life, and self-acceptance.
If you are a registered dietitian new to practicing in the eating disorder field or practice solo, this post is for you!
The New and Lonesome Registered Dietitian – Honing Support in Your Respective Treatment Setting
In my experience in working with individuals diagnosed with binge eating disorder, they like to move their bodies strongly on various days, with slower gentle postures on other days. From a Yoga therapy perspective, the Yoga treatment plan will vary from client to client.
This completes Beverly Price’s International Association of Eating Disorders (iaedp) Expert Guest Blogger series on Yoga Therapy across the Eating Disorder Spectrum
Yoga is becoming an integral part of eating disorder treatment whether you are struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder and regardless if you are in a residential, partial or outpatient level of care.
Your client’s relationship with food and all other relationships parallels their experience on their Yoga Mat.
In my previous article, we looked at a case study that illustrated the implementation of Yoga therapy for a young woman with bulimia nervosa. In this article, we will explore Yoga therapy for a client diagnosed with anorexia nervosa.