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Sat, 12 Oct


5 little known techniques that can help improve disordered eating and body image

In this FREE talk, you are going to find out 5 little known techniques that can help you improve disordered eating habits and negative body image so you can feel more comfortable, at peace and happy in your mind and body

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5 little known techniques that can help improve disordered eating and body image
5 little known techniques that can help improve disordered eating and body image

Time & Location

12 Oct 2019, 14:00 – 15:30, The Lodge, 120a Lower Rd, London SE16 2UB, UK

About the event

If you are someone experiencing dysfunctional eating habits and negative body image, and you are ready to take steps towards improving your wellbeing, this event is for you! You don’t have to have a full-blown eating disorder to reach out for help if you realize you are struggling in the area of eating. You are capable of extraordinary change that will bring peace and happiness to you and the people around you. 

Join us in this 1h FREE talk, followed by 30min Q&A, and find out easy to use techniques that can improve your relationships with food, body image and general wellbeing.  

In this lecture you’ll learn:

·  How to reconnect with your body and mind 

·  How to re-learn eating healthily

·  How to manage the negative self-talk 

·  Simple, do at home techniques to create positive mindset

And much more…

About the speaker:

Zane Zabere is a wellness coach specializing in eating disorder recovery coaching.

Zane knows first-hand how difficult the struggle with disordered eating and negative body image can be as well as how to overcome it.

“My struggle with disordered eating started in my early teens. It took me many years to find freedom from this dis-ease. There was little knowledge on disordered eating in my home country at that time, so most of the work I had to do myself. Eventually I found my way back to health and self-acceptance. Throughout this journey I developed interest in the field of wellness and eating disorders. I achieved a degree in clinical psychology, specializing in eating disorders and nutrition and began working in the field of health and wellness. With my personal experience, education and clinical work experience, I have gathered unique knowledge on regaining health and wellness after struggling with problematic eating, negative body image and even anxiety and depression. In this lecture I’m going to share the top 5 things that helped me on this journey. You’ll leave the lecture knowing many new, easy to use, tools to incorporate in your daily routine to make your life more peaceful and happier.” – Zane Zabere

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