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How to Eat with Intention, Not Emotion

How to Eat with Intention, Not Emotion

Location: Ellwood Thompson's: 4 N Thompson St, Richmond, Virginia 23221

Time: 6-7 PM

What does it mean to be an emotional eater and what steps can you take to avoid potential triggers? Learn how shifting your mealtime habits from emotionally-driven to intentionally-driven can dramatically improve your health and satiation.

Join Pamela Biasca Losada and Charlotte Christensen as they explore the emotional properties of food and the effect is has on us both psychologically and physiologically. In this class you will learn how to avoid emotional-eating and what steps to take to shift your eating habits from emotionally-driven to intentionally-driven. Find out how shifting from mindless eating to mindful mealtimes can dramatically improve your overall health and emotional well-being.

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS || Pamela Biasca Losada, MS, AADP || Pamela Biasca Losada Health & Emotional Empowerment Coaching is an industry leader in emotional empowerment and emotional well-being. She is passionate about helping high-achieving professionals who are experiencing disruptive negative emotional and/or physical symptoms due to their demanding profession and/or life challenges and lack of personal boundaries.

She provides the tools, support, and guidance to eliminate the destructive behaviors and create a healthier and more joy-filled life. Additionally, Pamela teaches health and wellness classes and she is the co-author of EMPOWER: Women’s Stories of Breakthrough, Discovery and Triumph. She obtained her Masters in Psychology, has a Teacher Certification in Pedagogical Support, and is a Certified Health and Certified Emotional Empowerment Coach.

Current services she offers are:
• Private Coaching
• Self-Care Accountability Groups
• BEMER Therapy sessions, rentals and products to improve microcirculation
• Easy way to flood your body with high quality fruits and vegetables everyday

Learn more about Pamela here: www.PamelaBiascaLosada.com.

Charlotte Christensen, MS, CHC || Charlotte Christensen, MScN believes true health starts with living soil and confidence in the kitchen. As a health-supportive home chef, a budding farmer, and a functional nutrition expert, Charlotte believes food is medicine and given the right conditions, our bodies have the remarkable capability of healing themselves from a vast array of chronic conditions.

Charlotte whole-heartedly believes that the food we eat determines our health outcome. Specifically, eating whole foods that are grown in season and cooked with intention provides a powerful experience and lowers cellular inflammation -- the underlying cause of the chronic diseases that are so prevalent in our society. Through her practice, Charlotte helps her clients plug into their local food systems, streamline their meal-planning routine, and feel empowered in their kitchen. Charlotte works closely with Virginia farmers (and even dabbles in farming herself) to help connect her clients with the most nutrient dense and flavorful food possible.

Charlotte’s undying love for food led her to the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, for her master’s degree in functional nutrition to compliment her background in biology, ecology, and organic agriculture. She returned to Richmond in 2019 to help her community achieve their ultimate health goals through mindful, sustainable lifestyle choices.

Learn more about Charlotte here: www.RootedRVA.com.

QUESTIONS? || We love 'em! Email us at TheBeet@EllwoodThompsons.com or call 804-359-7525.

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Earlier Event: July 10
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