Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs

Freedom from the restrictions of traditional diets and a transformed relationship with food.

If you answer YES to any of the questions below, the Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program can help you!

  • Do you eat for reasons other than hunger?
  • Has your eating become mindless or lack-luster?
  • Do you ever overeat and then feel guilty afterward?
  • Have you tried dieting or restricting with little or no long-term success?
  • Do you want to learn how to eat mindfully and joyfully, and live a more vibrant life without worrying about food?

You’re not alone, and we’re here to help you heal and transform your relationship with food, using proven strategies for long-term success. Mindful eating—eating with intention and attention—provides a practical, universal approach to decision-making without restriction, deprivation, or guilt. Using the proven principles of the Am I Hungry? program outlined in Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat by Michelle May, M.D., we can help you heal your relationship with food and your body.

Whether you join us for a workshop, an 8-week workshop series or for private coaching, you will find newfound freedom and joy in your eating and your life. Combine mindful eating with yoga for even more bang for your buck!

It’s time to find balance between the extremes of overeating and dieting/restriction and start living!

Self-Paced 8-Week Workshop Series

Open yourself up to experience mindfulness as an integrated experience for the mind, heart, body, and spirit and learn practical tools and strategies that will help you become more mindful in every area of your life!

Mindful eating can help you:

  • Discover and learn how to apply a proven method for deciding when, what, how, and how much to eat.
  • Learn how to listen to the signals your body is already sending you to interpret the nuances of hunger and satiety.
  • Experience a dedicated environment for practicing loving-kindness for yourself.
  • Develop a more holistic appreciation for your body.

Self-Paced Mindful Eating 8-Week Workshop Series – $350 (Includes $40 materials fee, a 60-minute private coaching session, and 8 Mindful Eating Yoga practices)

Private Coaching or 8-Week Workshop Series

You’ll get the personal attention you need to make the changes you desire with our private individual or small group Mindful Eating 8-Week Workshop Series. Add yoga to your program to discover the power of embodying the concepts your learn. We also offer private coaching if you want to do it on your own but need an accountability coach or a cheerleader.

Click below to schedule a FREE 30-minute private coaching session to find out if this program is the right fit for you!

Private Mindful Eating 8-Week Workshop Series – $520 (Includes $40 materials fee, a 60-minute private coaching session, and 8 Mindful Eating Yoga practices)

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Mindful Eating & Yoga Instructor Training

The purpose of Mindful Eating and Yoga is to weave together our mindful eating program with a physical yoga practice. Yoga is a wonderful complement to the practice of mindful eating because simply put, yoga is the art of listening to oneself. It provides students with a visceral connection and understanding so they can replicate the mindfulness practices off their mats.

This Training will teach certified yoga instructors how to offer an 8-week Am I Hungry? mindful eating workshop along with a weekly yoga class to reinforce the concepts so students can embody them off their mats. It is for certified yoga instructors (200 or 500 hour) who want to offer mindful eating workshops combined with yoga classes to embody these life-changing lessons.

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The Story of Ginger Adams

It’s been about five years since I took the ‘Am I Hungry?’ Workshop and it has made all the difference! I rarely overeat anymore, but if I do, I don’t stress about it.

My kids are growing up, and I can see what a positive influence this has been on them. We eat healthy but I don’t make desserts “bad” so food is powerless over them. When I go out with friends, they all seem to be rationalizing about what they want to eat. I don’t have to explain anything; I just eat what I love.

I wish they could all experience this freedom!