This interactive virtual retreat will help you have a binge-free 2024!
This event has passed, but you can still purchase the 2-hour video replay.
Do you want to learn meditation practices that will strengthen your capacity to overcome binge urges?
Do you need actionable tools to use in moments when you feel desire for harmful food behaviors?
Do you want to receive laser-focused live coaching to help with your current challenges around binge eating, food, and your body?
Brain over Binge Coach Julie invites you to a virtual retreat on December 27th from 1pm-3pmEST where she will teach you practical and powerful mindfulness-based strategies tailored specifically toward freeing yourself from binge eating, plus provide personalized coaching!
In the Brain over Binge New Year’s Retreat with Coach Julie, you will learn:
Coach Julie will also provide direct support and guidance to anyone who wants coaching for issues related to ending the struggle with food.
This event has passed, so you will not receive live coaching, but you will be able to watch Coach Julie help others with a variety of issues (in the video replay of the retreat).
The New Year’s Retreat will take place on Zoom on December 27th from 1pm-3pmEST.
You can choose to have your video on or off during the retreat.
Julie will send you further instructions and the Zoom link via email after you sign up. (If you unsubscribed from Brain over Binge emails, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org so you can get the Zoom link emailed to you.)
Enter the new year stepping into the you who is free of binge eating!
The Retreat is FREE for Brain over Binge Group Coaching members. Join the Group ($159/month), and you will get access to the retreat.
The Brain over Binge Virtual Retreat with Coach Julie is for individuals 18 and older. Coach Julie is not a medical doctor, psychologist, or nutritionist. The opinions and any advice received in the retreat, on this website, and/or in other Brain over Binge resources are not intended to replace the services of trained medical professionals. Eating disorders can have serious health consequences, and you are advised to seek medical attention for matters relating to your health and, in particular, matters that may require diagnosis or treatment.
Read the full terms, conditions, and disclaimers for Brain over Binge.