Nourish your whole self with intuitive eating
Based on the concept of intuitive eating, “Nourish Your Whole Self” is a free program designed to help you tune into your body and mind and reconnect with the sensations that arise from within.
With this awareness, you are better able to make choices that help you feel nourished. Best of all, you will learn how to be thankful for your body and find joy in movement.
Registration is now open for 12-week sessions starting the weeks of July 11, July 18 and July 25. To allow for a more personalized experience, space is limited to 50 participants and you must be a U-M faculty or staff member.
One-on-one personalized coaching and more
Once enrolled in the 12-week program, you will be assigned an MHealthy coach trained in intuitive eating (IE) who will support and guide you through the program. Your coach will:
- Work with you to define your goal and then help you achieve it.
- Connect with you one-on-one (via Zoom, telephone, email) on a regular basis to answer your questions, provide support, and give you the tools needed to make informed choices.
- Identify the tools that may be the most important for you.
In addition to personalized coaching, you will also receive weekly videos and worksheets focused on intuitive eating principles, such as rejecting the diet mentality, honoring your hunger, coping with your emotions with kindness, respecting your body and more.
‘A much better relationship with food’
MHealthy launched Nourish Your Whole Self in 2021 with overwhelming interest from the U-M community.
“Talking through issues I was having and having an unbiased opinion to listen to (was helpful),” said one participant. “This whole experience and having (my coach) to talk to was beyond insightful and helpful! I have a much better relationship with food than I did.”
Said another past participant, “My coach allowed me to make choices about my health and create a plan that met my individual needs. I really liked being empowered to make my own decisions about my eating and lifestyle. I had a really great coach, who was very supportive, empathetic and caring.”