Welcome back to WellSeekers as we continue with a brand new six part series focusing on meditation and mindfulness. As always and in this series, we’ll share amazing conversations full of thoughtful insights, powerful personal stories, and most importantly real world solutions; all from a holistic perspective. We’ll talk about mindfulness in your own life, in your relationships, at work life, and how you can use it to help accomplish goals towards finding the life you love.
On today’s show we couldn’t be more excited to welcome Stephanie Nash, mindfulness & body-language coach & speaker, as we tackle the topic of our relationship with food through the lens of mindfulness. We talk about becoming more present with food and rewiring and changing your relationship with the food as we head into the holidays and New Year. Stephanie gives real and practical advice, and also shares her personal spiritual journey with mediation and the mindfulness system developed by her teacher Shinzen Young.
Join Lucia and Stephanie on this episode of WellSeekers and learn how to create a more satisfying eating experience all through the use of mindfulness!
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Stephanie Nash is a mindfulness & body-language coach & speaker who is a top expert in the Unified Mindfulness system developed by Shinzen Young which she used when working with Harvard Medical school on a brain study - as well as in the meditation recordings she made for a Carnegie Mellon stress reduction study.
Her face may be familiar from the 30 years of playing moms on TV, and it was through her Yale School of Drama training as an actor that she became fascinated with the power of body language and laughter to affect how we think & feel. She teaches this work regularly at UCLArts & Healing.
Stephanie specializes in helping people optimize challenges into opportunities, let go of stressful negative thinking & anxiety, rewire their relationships to food & eating, and create more ease & well-being in their lives. Laughter is involved.
Her website is strategic-mindfulness.com