Eating disorders

are difficult to


(63% of those who receive treatment relapse)


Top challenges in early recovery:

“I don't like the way my body looks.” “I don't like the way my body looks.”
“I can't cope with these emotions.” “I can't cope with these emotions.”
“I don’t know who I am without my disorder.” “I don’t know who I am without my disorder.”

The Eat Breathe Thrive Clinical Program provides skills for long-term recovery and helps treatment stick

Chelsea Roff
“Yoga can be a game-changer in eating disorder treatment. As a healing practice, it helps rebuild the conscious connection between mind and body that is so often severed in the heat of an eating disorder. Yoga provides invaluable tools for tuning into hunger and fullness signals, coping with difficult emotions, and feeling at home in one’s own body.”
— Chelsea Roff, Founder & Director of Eat Breathe Thrive

What Clients Are Saying

Years from now when I reflect on my recovery from anorexia, I know that I will be able to pinpoint this program as a pivotal moment on my journey to health.
— Vanessa, Diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa
This program has been a real game-changer and life-changer for me. In six weeks, I have gone from chronic back pain with a bottle of Ibuprofen constantly on my desk to now walking and standing for great lengths of time without any pain. When walking my dog, I used to have to take a rest every half block. This past Saturday, I spent 2 hours walking without stopping! I’m moving more freely and easily in my body than I can ever remember. On top of all that, I’ve learned an enormous amount about my eating disorder and myself. The Eat Breathe Thrive Clinical Program was informative, educational, and fun!
— Bobby, Diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder

What Professionals Are Saying

Each week, our clients grow deeper and deeper in their own understanding of their mind, body and spirit. Our women have found a beautiful connection and love for their bodies, what they are able to do, the fears they can overcome, the depths of which they can explore themselves, and the strength they have within. Eat Breathe Thrive has allowed our women to find that connection between the head and the heart, it’s allowed them to truly experience embodiment and to develop relationships with their peers, the staff, and the community. By integrating Eat Breathe Thrive into our program, we have found a link that connects all of the skills, process, and psychoeducation groups together to solidify our vision in guiding women on a path to stability, hope, and healing.
— Dixie Brown, Executive Director at Willow Place for Women

Bring Eat Breathe Thrive To Your Treatment Center


Host a training for up to forty treatment professionals


Our training gives professionals an opportunity to experience the program, as well as explore their own relationship with food and body image challenges. It covers a biopsychosocial model of eating disorders, yoga-based practices for emotional regulation, meditations for interoceptive awareness, and psychoeducational activities for positive body image.



Lead your first programs with

Our mentorship program provides support and supervision for professionals who wish to facilitate the program at the hosting center. This program is hosted online and includes instructional videos, quizzes and assignments, a comprehensive facilitator manual, and coaching calls with a mentor. The program takes approximately four to six months to complete.


Receive support and recognition as a Licensed Center

Licensed Eat Breathe Thrive Centers run ongoing programs and receive continued support and supervision.* We make referrals to licensed centers from our Community Programs, which are not designed for individuals with clinical eating or substance abuse disorders. We also list licensed centers in our Licensed Treatment Center Directory and regularly promote on social media.

*Programs must be led by professionals who have completed training and mentorship


Licensed Treatment Centers

Eat Breathe Thrive is proud to offer programs at the following locations: