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Hunger, Hope, and Healing Reclaim Your Life with Yoga

For women; no previous yoga experience necessary.

If your weight, eating patterns, or life is feeling out of control, it’s time to find relief, understanding, and long-term strategies for coming back in balance.

Disordered, compulsive, or emotional eating and exercising are often a result of “hungers of the heart”—hunger for connection, creativity, aliveness, ease, and refuge, which we confuse with physical hunger.

Explore these behaviors in the spirit of sisterhood, kindness, and transparency, as you learn to

  • Satisfy your hungers without food as the default
  • Examine cycles of compulsion and food or body-centered anxiety or confusion
  • Use the Four Essential Life Skills for recovery
  • Apply mindfulness and breathing for any circumstance
  • Practice supportive yoga, meditation, and pranayama.

Special Savings!
Take Hunger, Hope, and Healing: Reclaim Your Life with Yoga May 6–11, 2018 with Mother-Daughter Yoga Weekend May 11–13, 2018 and save $60.50; please call to register.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Women Only
Program Theme
All Health, Fitness, and Wellness


Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, RYT 500, is a yoga teacher and author who integrates Eastern and Western modalities, including the psychology of yoga, interpersonal neurobiology, transpersonal counseling, and art therapy.

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