Join us for a mindful exploration of healthy eating and how our relationship with food can affect our mood. This is an interactive program that combines relaxation and mindfulness meditation exercises with practical nutritional knowledge. We look at how eating habits can interfere with overall health and wellness goals and learn how mindfulness can be used as a tool to improve eating habits.
Note: If you wish to participate in the mindful eating meditation exercises, please have a small piece of chocolate (any type) and a small box of raisins (or grapes, or any small food item) on hand.
Disclaimer: This workshop is psychoeducational in nature, providing practical nutritional knowledge with an introduction to mindful eating techniques. This is not a diet or weight-loss program or a treatment for individuals with an eating disorder.
University of Toronto undergraduate and graduate students across all three campuses (St. George, Mississauga and Scarborough)
How The Program Works
Clinicians host sessions once every semester on BlackBoard Collaborate. All sessions run from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. EST.
In this workshop you will:
- explore healthy eating as fuel for life
- learn ways that food impacts your mood
- experiment with relaxation and mindfulness techniques
Please bring two small food items to the online workshop:
- one mini-chocolate bar (or a sweet candy item)
- one small pack of raisins (i.e. mini box of raisins)
Winter 2021 schedule
Registration is required. Register on the CLNx through the link(s) below.