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Feed your body, feed your mind: A yoga and nutrition workshop
March 10, 2018 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Feed your body, feed your Mind
A Yoga and Nutrition Workshop to bring a healthier balance to both your life and your plate
With Emily Seitz
March is National Nutrition Month and also the beginning of Spring, which is the
perfect time to reflect on establishing a fresh approach to how we feed our body and soul. Nutrition and healthy eating are all about finding the right balance for you, and as we approach the spring equinox, daylight and darkness equal out – the perfect analogy for bringing balance to our lives and inviting a more nourishing, compassionate outlook for ourselves.
Part One:Yoga focus (1hr 15minutes)
Featuring a balancing yoga flow – time to go inwards and breathe
Part Two: Nutrition focus (45 minutes)
Featuring a discussion and advice on:
– finding a balance that supports your unique lifestyle – no one diet is right for everyone
– ditching the body shaming
– practicing self acceptance
– nourishing our bodies
– the Ayurvedic principles of eating in season
– eating with intention
– ideas for healthy snacks, including recipes and samples
During this workshop, we will diffuse an essential oil to support and encourage healthy eating and a balanced diet.
Come learn, flow, breathe and grow!
When: Saturday, March 10
What to bring: dress for yoga, bring your yoga mat, a water bottle and plenty of self love!
About your instructor:
Emily Seitz graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Dietetics. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and works at Henry
Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, MI. In practicing her vision of health as a balance
of both the physical and mental body, Emily is also a yoga instructor who studied
teaching at the Center for Yoga in Ann Arbor, MI. For the past 6 years she has taught
classes in the Chelsea and Dexter community. When she is not pursing her passion of nutrition and yoga, Emily is enjoying life with her husband and 10 month old son at their peaceful lakeside home in Chelsea, Michigan.