Mindful Eating: Awareness and Well Being – Sarah Kinsley – Tuesdays 6:30-8:30pm (ET) – July 2 to September 3, 2024

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Explore your habitual patterns with food. 
Discover the possibility of freedom. 


Orientation and 8 weeks with all-day session
LOCATION: Live Online via Zoom
TUESDAYS from 6:30pm – 8:30pm (EASTERN TIME) convert to my timezone
ORIENTATION: July 2, CLASSES: July 16 to September 3, 2024

Dates, Times, and Pricing Details

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LOCATION: Live Online via Zoom
ORIENTATION: July 2 from 6:30-8:30pm (EASTERN TIME)
PROGRAM DATES: July 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13, 20, 27, and September 3
PROGRAM TIME: 6:30-8:30pm (EASTERN TIME) convert to my timezone
ALL DAY SESSION: Saturday August 3 from 9:00am to 4:30pm (EASTERN TIME)
Please note, there is no program session July 9

Program pricing is set to allow for generosity while meeting individuals needs. Program prices include Pay-It-Forward, Standard, and Scholarship rates. We encourage you to pay as much as  you can afford and we appreciate your care and thoughtfulness when deciding. See our refund policy.

More About Pricing

Pay-It-Forward: This is an opportunity to support those less fortunate, making programs accessible to those that cannot pay the standard rate. Paying at this level is an act of generosity.

Standard Rate: The standard rate covers the costs of these programs, making it possible for MHI to continue to offer them.

Scholarship Rate: This rate is available for those who cannot afford to pay the standard rate. We ask you to use this rate only if paying the higher rate creates a hardship for yourself and/or your family.

Mindful eating is eating with kindness, awareness, and non-judgment. Practicing mindful eating promotes gratitude, self-care, and a healthier internal and external experience. 

This 8-week series explores how mindfulness-based practices can be applied to nourishing one’s body with food and drink. Participants will learn how to bring awareness to the direct experience of eating. There will be opportunities to explore one’s relationship to the thoughts, emotions, and body sensations associated with food preparation and eating. 

More About the Program

Practices to increase one’s ability to notice and respond to body sensations will be offered each week and participants will be invited to practice in between sessions.

The role of your automatic pilot, the importance of “Vitamin T” (Time), and how to skillfully respond rather than react to internal and external stimuli will be explored.

The program consists of 25 hours of direct instruction, including:

  • Orientation (2 hrs) scheduled one or two weeks before the first class
  • 8 weekly classes, 2 hours each, with time for mindfulness-based practices, inquiry, and exercises. 
  • An all-day class on a Saturday or Sunday
  • Daily home practice assignments
Weekly Overview

The Mindful Eating curriculum presented here serves as a general overview and is subject to potential modifications based on the unique needs, insights, and discussions that may arise during class.


  • Welcome and introductions
  • Introduction to mindfulness
  • Course logistics and expectations
  • Potential benefits and challenges

Session 1

  • Introduction to mindfulness-based eating for health and well-being 
  • Intention / aspiration setting
  • Mindful eating activity
  • Orienting and grounding practice
  • Loving-kindness meditation

Session 2

  • What is nourishment?
  • Role of the nervous system
  • Multi-tasking and eating (automaticity-automatic pilot)
  • Orienting and grounding practice
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Loving-kindness meditation

Session 3

  • Exploring the seven types of hunger (Dr. Chozen-Bays)
  • The role of mindful movement and feeling tones
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Self-compassion practice

Session 4

  • Role of interoception: hunger / fullness scale
  • What is satiety?
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Self-Compassion practice

Session 5

  • Gratitude body scan 
  • Self-stewardship
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Appreciative joy practice

Session 6

  • The slow down diet / Vitamin T (time)
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Appreciative joy practice

Session 7

  • Explore the role of nourishment in our homes and culture
  • Gratitude body scan
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Equanimity practice

Session 8

  • Using what we have learned
  • Gratitude body scan
  • 3-step breathing space
  • Equanimity practice
  • Next steps
About the Instructor
Sarah Kinsley

Certified MBCT instructor
Registered Clinical Counsellor 
MEd in Counselling
Certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

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Join us to explore how mindfulness may support you in living life more fully, with greater ease and joy.

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