with Beth Mulligan, PA-C
FREE Mindful Eating
Evening Classes and Retreat
January 22, 2014
January 29 - March 26, 2014 (No class on Feb 12)
Full day retreat on Saturday, March 8
Would you like to improve your relationship with food, your weight and your body? Would you like this relationship to feel friendly, peaceful and easy?
If so, we invite you to try Mindful Eating for Healthy Living!
The practice of Mindfulness is at the heart of all aspects of healthy living, as it allows us to see clearly into the choices we make, the emotional reactions we have and find new ways to break old patterns. While this series is focused on food, eating and weight, the skills gained apply to all aspects of life.
If you eat to cope with stress, sadness, anger, boredom, anxiety or loneliness, and know that dieting is not the answer, we invite you to join us in this both ancient and revolutionary approach to a healthier you. This program offers an inner journey exploring our relationship with food, our bodies and our weight using the well-researched and effective techniques of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction as developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn. You have the wisdom within you to eat and live vibrantly, let us help you reconnect with yourself.
$395.00 (Includes Classes, Workbook and All-Day Retreat)
15% Discount for UCI Faculty/Staff and Samueli Center Well-Being Circle members
Class registration is completed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, faxing the forms to (949) 824-2812, or mailing them to the SSCIM administration office.
Questions? Call 949-824-5763
The Instructor: Beth Mulligan, PA-C | email@example.com | 760.799.7847
Beth Mulligan has practiced as a physician's assistant for 25 years and she lectures widely on stress physiology and stress reduction. She teaches mindfulness courses at locations throughout Southern California and she trains physicians, nurses, therapists and patients in stress-reduction techniques. Beth has attended training with Jon Kabat-Zinn and other senior faculty of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.