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The Magic of Slowing Down

  • 07 Nov 2014
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
  • 2 CPE Live Webinar Training


  • The Magic of Slowing Down - Parts I & II
    November 3rd and November 7th, 2 pm EST
  • The Magic of Slowing Down parts I & II
    November 3rd and November 7th at 2 pm EST

    Save $45 on this event by becoming a member today.

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We are delighted to offer this special training opportunity for our TCME community. Join Mindful Eating/Conscious Living co-creators Jan Chozen Bays and Char Wilkins for "The Magic of Slowing Down".

Slowing down is one of the most powerful tools in Mindful Eating. It may seem overly simple. It may seem too hard to accomplish in the midst of a fast-paced busy life. However, when we slow down, we are able to savor each bite, expand the experience and thus our satisfaction with eating.

This two-part teleconference series will include information about relevant research, practices to try at home and discussion about how to use this tool of mindful eating with clients or patients.

*** If you missed Part I we will send you the recording so you may fully participate in this week-long program ***

HOMEWORK for the week: 

Try these Mindful Eating Exercises at Home

Part I: November 3, 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

Part II: November 7, 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

Registration for this two-part teleconference is $30 for TCME Members and $75 for non-members. CPE's are available to TCME members who participate live in this teleconference. TCME Members save $45 on this program.  Join TCME today and savor the benefits of being a member for the next year. Space is limited to 90 participants. When you register you will be directed to our webinar service to register your email address to receive your access link and information - participants may connect via computer or phone.

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Jan Chozen Bays, Roshi, MD, is a pediatrician specializing in work with abused children. She is the author of Mindful Eating: A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food and How to Train a Wild Elephant and other Adventures in Mindfulness, both published by Shambhala. She has studied and practiced Zen Buddhism since 1973, serving as the teacher for the Zen Community of Oregon since 1985. In 2002 she helped to found Great Vow Zen Monastery near Portland, Oregon, where she serves as co-abbot. She has published articles about Zen in Tricycle and Buddhadharma magazines. Jan is a wife, mother, contented cook and avid gardener.

 Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW, is a mindfulness-based psychotherapist who works with individuals, couples and groups incorporating the intention and skills of mindfulness as a foundation from which to explore one’s life. She specializes in working with stress-related physical and emotional issues, with women who have experienced childhood abuse and trauma, and those who suffer with depression, anxiety and disordered eating.

Char is certified as a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher by the Center for Mindfulness, UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA. She teaches MBSR, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and Mindful Eating/Conscious Living (MECL) for the general public. 

TCME is a member and donation supported 501(C)3 non-profit organization. We depend your generosity to make our mindful eating programs available. Make a tax deductible contribution on our donation page

The Center for Mindful Eating

P.O. Box 4286

Portsmouth, NH 03802

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