Gainesville, FL: January 21 – February 25, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive Community Program

WHEN:

January 21 – February 25, 2018 | Sundays, 3:00–5:00PM

WHERE:

Flow Space in Gainesville, FL

COST:

$299 Early Bird | $349 after December 24 (includes workbook)

CONTACT:

gsskillen@gmail.com
Meet Your Program Facilitator
Genevieve Camp

Genevieve Camp
Yoga Teacher and Counselor

Geneva, IL: January 21 – March 4, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive Community Program

WHEN:

January 21 – March 4, 2018 | Sundays, 12:00–2:00PM (excluding February 11)

WHERE:

Prana Yoga Center in Geneva, IL

COST:

$299 Early Bird | $349 after December 24 (includes workbook)

CONTACT:

kristen.kauke@gmail.com
Meet Your Facilitators
Kristen Kauke

Kristen Kauke
Kristen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Yoga Teacher, mother and wife, who is passionate about helping others to find healing and clarity through yoga, community, and service.

Karly Bellich

Karly Bellich

Vancouver: February 9–11, 2018

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Led by Chelsea Roff
Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff is the Founder and Director of Eat Breathe Thrive. An author, researcher, and educator, she has spent nearly a decade pioneering integrative health programs for people with mental health challenges.

Cherry Hill, NJ: January 23 – February 27, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive Community Program

WHEN:

January 23 – February 27, 2018 | Tuesdays, 1:00–3:00PM

WHERE:

Yoga for Living in Cherry Hill, NJ

COST:

$399 Early Bird | $449 after 12/26/17
Special Rate for Studio Members: $399

CONTACT:

corrinekopplcsw@gmail.com
Meet Your Facilitators

Lauren Foley

Corrine Kopp

Shanna Manger

Lauren Foley,
Psychotherapist

Corrine Kopp,
Psychotherapist and Yoga Teacher

Shanna Manger,
Psychotherapist

San Diego: February 23–25, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive: Module One

WHEN:

February 23–25, 2018

WHERE:

Happy-U Namaste Yoga Center in San Diego, CA

LED BY:

Chelsea Roff

COST:

$349 Early Bird | $399 after January 26, 2018 (includes workbook)

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Transform your life and career with a mind-body approach to mindful eating, emotional resilience, and body confidence.

For everyone.

We’re taught that in order to thrive, we simply need to eat healthy, exercise regularly, and manage our emotions. But it’s harder than it sounds! Dietary approaches that worked when we were younger may stop working as we age. Injuries can interfere with our ability to stay active. Coping skills that once helped us survive may sabotage our relationships later in life.

This immersive introduction to the life-changing Eat Breathe Thrive program includes yoga practice, meditation, group discussion, and interactive activities. Join us and discover:

  • The four pillars of thriving: mindful eating, functional exercise, emotional balance, and fulfilling relationships
  • A foolproof way to know what and when to eat, as well as how to end cycles of restricting, overeating, and exercising to excess
  • How to craft individualized exercise regimens that reduces pain, improves mood, and extends your life
  • The surprising new science of interoception, and how it helps balance anxiety, lift depression, and improve digestion
  • How to deepen your capacity for intimacy and strengthen your boundaries at the same time
  • Practical ways to bring more compassion into to your relationship with your body
  • Cutting-edge mental health tools from the traditions of yoga, mindfulness, neuroscience, and movement science
  • How to craft a therapeutic practice from the ground up, or add therapeutic components to your existing practice

Walk away from the weekend ready to integrate this knowledge into your lived experience so that you can more effectively and authentically serve others.

Note: This training serves as the first part of the Eat Breathe Thrive Facilitator Training. Learn more
Western Massachusetts: April 29 ­– May 4, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive: Module One

WHEN:

April 29 – May 4, 2018
  • Sunday: 7:30–9:30PM
  • Monday – Thursday: 9:30–11:30AM and 1:45–5:00PM
  • Friday: 9:30–11:30AM

WHERE:

Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA

Stay tuned for registration details!

Learn more

Transform your life and career with a mind-body approach to mindful eating, emotional resilience, and body confidence.

For everyone.

We’re taught that in order to thrive, we simply need to eat healthy, exercise regularly, and manage our emotions. But it’s harder than it sounds! Dietary approaches that worked when we were younger may stop working as we age. Injuries can interfere with our ability to stay active. Coping skills that once helped us survive may sabotage our relationships later in life.

This immersive introduction to the life-changing Eat Breathe Thrive program includes yoga practice, meditation, group discussion, and interactive activities. Join us and discover:

  • The four pillars of thriving: mindful eating, functional exercise, emotional balance, and fulfilling relationships
  • A foolproof way to know what and when to eat, as well as how to end cycles of restricting, overeating, and exercising to excess
  • How to craft individualized exercise regimens that reduces pain, improves mood, and extends your life
  • The surprising new science of interoception, and how it helps balance anxiety, lift depression, and improve digestion
  • How to deepen your capacity for intimacy and strengthen your boundaries at the same time
  • Practical ways to bring more compassion into to your relationship with your body
  • Cutting-edge mental health tools from the traditions of yoga, mindfulness, neuroscience, and movement science
  • How to craft a therapeutic practice from the ground up, or add therapeutic components to your existing practice

Return home ready to integrate this knowledge into your lived experience so that you can more effectively and authentically serve others.

Note: This training serves as the first part of the Eat Breathe Thrive Facilitator Training. Learn more
Fort Worth, TX: May 18–20, 2018

To Touch or Not to Touch? Training

In this training, we’ll explore the role of touch in yoga and other mindful movement practices. We’ll explore scientific research on the benefits of touch; how cultural, gender, and psychological factors affect students’ experience of touch; and best practices for incorporating touch in mindful movement practices.

WHEN:

May 18–20, 2018

WHERE:

The Yoga Project in Fort Worth, TX

Stay Tuned for More Information and Registration

Led by Chelsea Roff
Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff is the Founder and Director of Eat Breathe Thrive. An author, researcher, and educator, she has spent nearly a decade pioneering integrative health programs for people with mental health challenges.

New York: September 16–21, 2018

WHAT:

Eat Breathe Thrive: Module One

WHEN:

September 16–21, 2018

WHERE:

Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY

Stay tuned for registration details!

Learn more

Transform your life and career with a mind-body approach to mindful eating, emotional resilience, and body confidence.

For everyone.

We’re taught that in order to thrive, we simply need to eat healthy, exercise regularly, and manage our emotions. But it’s harder than it sounds! Dietary approaches that worked when we were younger may stop working as we age. Injuries can interfere with our ability to stay active. Coping skills that once helped us survive may sabotage our relationships later in life.

This immersive introduction to the life-changing Eat Breathe Thrive program includes yoga practice, meditation, group discussion, and interactive activities. Join us and discover:

  • The four pillars of thriving: mindful eating, functional exercise, emotional balance, and fulfilling relationships
  • A foolproof way to know what and when to eat, as well as how to end cycles of restricting, overeating, and exercising to excess
  • How to craft individualized exercise regimens that reduces pain, improves mood, and extends your life
  • The surprising new science of interoception, and how it helps balance anxiety, lift depression, and improve digestion
  • How to deepen your capacity for intimacy and strengthen your boundaries at the same time
  • Practical ways to bring more compassion into to your relationship with your body
  • Cutting-edge mental health tools from the traditions of yoga, mindfulness, neuroscience, and movement science
  • How to craft a therapeutic practice from the ground up, or add therapeutic components to your existing practice

Return home ready to integrate this knowledge into your lived experience so that you can more effectively and authentically serve others.

Note: This training serves as the first part of the Eat Breathe Thrive Facilitator Training. Learn more