Do these statements sound familiar? Recovery is hard AF and making your exchanges and meal plan is a large part of recovery work and also one of the hardest.
Isn't ironic that the word Eat is in the disorders name and yet in outpatient recovery you may find yourself doing this integral part of your recovery work solo without the same level of support your maybe had in treatment.
So don't do it alone. Get the accountability, support, skill building, and education needed to be able to tackle this part of your recovery work.
Fueling Recovery is an embodied meal support program that combines
I know I'm supposed to be making my exchanges but...
MEAL TIME CREATES SO MUCH ANXIETY FOR ME...I'D RATHER SKIP IT
I DON'T EVEN FEEL HUNGRY...WHY BOTHER
NOBODY WILL KNOW...SO I'LL GO AHEAD AND JUST SKIP
THIS ALL FELT EASIER IN TREATMENT... I WISH HAD MORE SUPPORT
Co-Faciliated by Mckenzie Harris RDN, LDN, CEDS and Kierstin Graham Trauma Informed E-RYT 500, yoga therapist. They will provide specialized yoga therapy techniques, meal time guidance, and nutrition education.
Full Price is $900
This program will be a 1.5 hour virtual 6 week program that will be co-facilitated by Mckenzie Harris RDN, LDN, CEDS and Kierstin Graham Trauma Informed E-RYT 500, yoga therapist. They will provide specialized yoga therapy techniques, meal time guidance, and nutrition education.
Fuel Recover will provide peer support, facilitate access to educational resources, providing a supportive network, and promote a deepened connection to the mind and body. The group emphasizes the vital connection to interoception—the awareness of bodily sensations—and prioritize the connection to nourishment on various levels.
This is an educational, meal support, and therapeutic yoga program. This is not a replacement for mental health or nutrition therapy. This program will not include diagnosing or accessing.
If you identify as someone in recovery from disordered eating or an eating disorder and you are looking for meal support, skill building, and somatic practices.
You need to be medically stable and we require that you have a therapist and/or a registered dietitian you are working with.
Our yoga and meditations aim to be accessible meaning we teach by making yoga shapes accessible to your body utilizing supports.
Based on range of motion and accessibility chair and mat practices will be taught.
We understand that treatment and care for an Eating Disorder is expensive. Which is why we are offering 1 scholarship spot for somebody who is experiencing financial hardship . Please reach out for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also are offering Early Bird Pricing through February at $600 for the entire series as well as payment plan options
Community Resiliency Model Teacher Trainer, Yoga Therapist
RD, LDN, CEDS
Therapeutic Yoga is an opportunity to bring an empowering, experiential component to the therapeutic experience. When words aren't enough to fully access or describe an experience, movement can enrich your therapeutic work by integrating the benefits of emotional regulation, grounding, centering techniques, strength, balance, and a sense of release.
Kierstin received her 200 hour in Dallas Texas which led her to Trauma informed yoga with Soulwork, and then a certification in Yoga Therapy with Breathing Deeply. She currently offers Trauma Sensitive Yoga at recovery spaces, juvenile Court, and crisis centers. Kierstin's goal is to empower individuals in finding what feels supportive to them by creating a space for curiosity and exploration vs. judgement (on and off the mat)!
Mckenzie is the owner of Nurtured Nutrition located in Mckinney, Texas. She is committed to infusing joy and empathy into her work with clients, guided by the belief that "a joyful heart is good medicine."
McKenzie's approach to dietary counseling is eclectic, drawing from a foundation in Medical Nutrition Therapy and a wealth of evidence-based therapeutic modalities used in eating disorder treatment. Her personal recovery journey, combined with her extensive experience at higher levels of care, allows her to provide unique and empathetic support to her clients.
McKenzie earned her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics from Texas A&M University, where she also completed her dietetic internship. Her clinical dietetic internship further honed her skills and introduced her to the world of eating disorder treatment. Since then, she has worked at various levels of care, providing nutrition education and guidance to clients and their families.
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