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Discover the benefits of “Eat for Life,” an innovative approach to weight management. This 10-week online program uses mind-body practices such as meditation and yoga, the principles of mindful and intuitive eating, skills training, and group support to guide you in making lifestyle changes that will help create a healthier relationship with your food, mind and body.
Orientation starts Friday, Sept. 26, and classes run Oct. 3-Dec. 12. The course costs $50 for S&T faculty, staff and family, with a $25 refund with full participation in the program. The course fee is $180 for community members. Register for the course online. The program is taught by Dr. Lynn Rossy, health psychologist.
If you have a history of chronic dieting, have rigid rules about eating or find yourself eating when you’re stressed, bored or unhappy, this online program may be right for you. Engage in daily practice exercises and weekly readings, and share your experiences on the class discussion board. For more information, email Rossy.
This course can earn first-time participants 100 points toward the newly expanded 2015 Wellness Incentive, which will pay eligible employees up to $450 for taking steps to live a healthier life. Learn more online.