We all have a relationship with our bodies

May 23, 2022 1 min read

We all have a relationship with our bodies, movement, and food that has been shaped by our experiences. We might have had a family member who was critical of our weight, or we might have been bullied or shamed because of the way we looked.
 
Or maybe you grew up in a family where food was used to reward or punish you. Maybe you ate when you were bored or stressed out, or maybe there was no one around to help you learn how to nourish yourself.
 
No matter where your issues with your body came from, they're still affecting you today—and if you want to heal them and move forward in your life, it's time for some changes.
 
By working with our Weightless Program you can begin to transform the relationship you have with your body, movement and food so that it supports your authentic self rather than holding her back. You'll learn how to accept yourself just as you are—even if that means accepting all of the parts of yourself that are "flawed" by society's standards—and how to use physical movement as an opportunity for healing and growth instead of punishment.
 
Chiara Quebral
Chiara Quebral



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