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Feed Your Soul


An 8 week integrative approach to end emotional eating and nourish your soul

This program will feed you in ways that food can't.

When you learn to nourish your soul and practice self-compassion, you'll heal your relationship with food and step into your power.


You'll stop being so hard on yourself and stop the out-of-control eating that leads to those awful shame spirals.


When you listen to what your soul is yearning for, food won't hold power over you anymore and you'll feel at home in your body.

Feeding Your Soul will inspire the gifts of self-acceptance and gratitude for your body. You'll start tasting your food again and relieve the pressure to be perfect.

Hello sweet woman~

You already know that using food for comfort only delays the pain...and keeps you stuck in a cycle of shame.

The Feed Your Soul program is for you because you want to get through the day feeling free of guilt and shame about what--and how--you're eating. You’re probably more than ready to feel some love for your body (because you haven’t been very nice to it, and you know it).

The Feed Your Soul 8 week program is a journey home to your deepest self, to self-acceptance and to discovering what you're truly hungry for. [Hint: it's love, babe.] This journey will liberate you physically, mentally and spiritually and realign your relationship with food. 


  • Cultivate a Mindful Eating Mindset and get conscious when you feel the urge to soothe your emotions with food.

  • Stop the obsession over your weight and appearance.

  • Increase your ability to recognize and process your emotions in a healthy way.

  • Identify a more sustainable approach to cope with stress, obstacles and challenges.

  • Transform the way you talk to yourself: overcome your negative self-talk and replace it with positive, affirming thoughts.

  • Love the skin you’re in and feel like a badass in your body, at any size.

“Compulsive eating is only the symptom; believing that you are not worth your own love is the problem.” - Geneen Roth

I had to grow to love my body. I did not have a good self-image at first. Finally it occurred to me, I’m either going to love me or hate me. And I chose to love myself. Then everything kind of sprung from there. Things that I thought weren’t attractive became sexy. Confidence makes you sexy.” 

– Queen Latifah


Are you ready to get off the rollercoaster of bingeing and restricting food?


Are you ready to move from Food and Body Shame to Freedom?

Are you ready to stop feeding your feelings and start feeding your soul?

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