New Food Therapy Book by Local Author




Sarah Thacker, a yoga instructor at Glenmore Yoga and Wellness Center and Therapist at Richmond Creative Counseling, recently published a book, Wholistic Food Therapy: A Mindful Approach to Making Peace with Food. The expressive journal and workbook offers a practical, creative and mindful approach to working through emotions and stress related to food by using creative exploration to develop coping strategies for managing cravings.

             Developing a healthy relationship with food takes time, effort, consistency and motivation, and the exercises are designed to guide the reader along a path to healing.

The book is available on Amazon.com and at Glenmore Yoga and Wellness Center, 10442 Ridgefield Pkwy. For more information, call 804-741-5267 or email Info@GlenmoreYoga.com.

 

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