mindfulness + body Image

july 28th 10 am - 1 pm

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Embodied means to includeEmbodied living means to include our whole self into  our life.  To find the freedom in dressing, moving, feeding, and living one's life without restraint.  Without the thoughts and worries that can persist about how my body looks today?


Angela Prior LCSW, RYT and Julianne Schroeder LPC, NCC, RYT are both body image/eating disorde therapists and yoga teachers.  Who share a passion for spreading messages of radical acceptance and compassion.  

In this 3 hour, interactive workshop we will explore finding body freedom through mindfulness, compassion, self-care, and radical acceptance.   We will set intentions about how we feel, think, and speak to ourselves. We will use creativity to spark playfulness and healing, mindfulness to build attunement and acceptance, all while practicing self-compassion.

Leaving this workshop you will have:

  • Tools to support body compassion
  • Mindfulness practices to support awareness and acceptance
  • Increased awareness of body image + culture
  • Support and Resources on Body Image
  • Self-Care Goodies

This workshop provides you with 3 hours of hands-on experiential learning, tools, mindfulness practices, and opportunities to connect with other individuals on a similar path.  You will leave with handouts, increased awareness, and self-care goodie bags.  You will have time to ask questions from 2 women who not only have professional expertise on the topic, but who too  walk a path of embodied living.  Come spend your Saturday morning building your path towards embodied living for $99.

Saturday July 28, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Lakewood Towers Building
6301 Gaston Ave
P1 Conference Room
Dallas, TX 75214

Coffee and Snacks Provided!

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About Your presenters

Angela Prior LCSW, RYT is passionate about sharing a message of radical self-acceptance and compassion.  She holds empathetic healing space for those moving away from perfectionism towards true belonging and healing.  Body Image can be a large part of what can keep us from showing up as truly us and finding belonging not just fitting in. She is excited to share compassionate mindful tools to begin healing one's relationship with self.  

Julianne Schroeder, LPC, NCC, RYT finds purpose and passion in helping others create mindful connection, compassion, and confidence through talk therapy, therapeutic yoga, and workshops. Body image can be a barrier to embodying true acceptance of oneself, and Julianne has a personal and professional investment in helping others cultivate a healthy relationship with their bodies. She brings a caring and playful approach to her work, and is excited to meet you!