5 Steps to Mindful Eating and Living with Andrea Lieberstein
January 17, 2018
Hosted by Lisa Tremont Ota
Do you turn to food as a substitute for what you really need? In this episode, Andrea Lieberstein, registered dietitian nutritionist and mindfulness expert, talks about the importance of "what we bring to the table." Do you eat for reasons other than nourishment? Most of us do, and the consequences are usually undesirable. Author of "Well Nourished: Mindful Practices to Heal Your Relationship to Food, Feed Your Whole Self and End Overeating," Lieberstein guides us toward a healthier relationship to food by understanding the importance of mindfulness meditation practices. Together, we will explore: * how to identify our eating triggers; * how to manage emotional and stress related eating; * the distinction between inner and outer nourishment practices; * how compassion, gratitude, and appreciation foster a well-nourished life. The benefits of mindful eating await you!
Wednesday at 5 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Are you making the most of your experience as a spiritual being in physical form? Do you want to increase your vibration on the planet? Do you want to live with greater levels of peace and integrity? Sacred Exploration with Lisa Tremont Ota extends an invitation to chart your course to self discovery. A shamanic soul coach, Lisa embraces symbolism and storytelling to reveal timeless spiritual wisdom. Learn about tools to help discover, uncover, and recover lost or hidden parts of yourself. Receive simple tips and strategies for making the most of your inherent gifts and daily activities. Topics focus upon aspects that are available to all of us, including food and nutrition, dreams and dreaming, sex, love, and romance, and spiritual healing. In shamanic style, Lisa’s unique ability to bridge the worlds of health and spirituality will bring forth transformation even as you listen. Join Lisa for a nourishing co-creative experience. Oh, the places we’ll go!
Lisa Tremont Ota
Lisa’s passion about the unbreakable links between health and spirituality is the result of over 20 years of academic, professional, and personal exploration. A registered dietitian nutritionist with advanced degrees in public health (UC Berkeley) and spirituality (Holy Names College), Lisa is uniquely qualified to help us heal our complicated and dynamic relationship with food. Serving up a much more expansive view of what it means to eat, Lisa is the author of The Sacred Art of Eating. Her book and ImperfectlyVegan(tm) brand highlight our relationship with food as a spiritual path that is both exciting and necessary for individual well-being and planetary sustainability. A shamanic soul coach with certification from the Integrative Arts Institute, Lisa brings this sacred healing practice into mainstream culture through her presentations, workshops, and retreats.
Lisa has developed wellness programs for non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, and corporations, including Pacific Bell, Advanced Fiber Communications, and Barbara's Bakery. In addition to her media appearances, she has provided hundreds of customized presentations to a wide variety of audiences. Lisa inspires healthy living around the world as an enthusiastic representative of The JuicePlus Company.
Lisa is the proud mother of two adult children whom she homeschooled for six years. She is a proud native of the San Francisco Bay Area and considers the whole planet to be her home.