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Exploring & Healing Our Body Image

Mondays | August 8th - 22nd | 1pm-2:15pm

Join us for an insightful discussion about the impacts of unrealistic beauty standards, self-image and how to heal our relationship with ourselves.

Session 1: Body Image Ideals and Expectations

Explore body image ideals across various cultures and throughout different periods of time. Then, we’ll discuss who benefits and who is harmed by body image standards in our modern day society.

Session 2: Challenging Common Misconceptions About Body Image

Explore how body image misconceptions are formed and reinforced in our society. Discover strategies for reframing your thoughts and challenging common misconceptions so you can build a positive relationship with your body.

Session 3: Building a Positive Relationship with Our Bodies

Learn specific strategies and engage in activities to help you establish a healthy and happy relationship with your body.

About the Facilitator:

Kenzie Osborne is an anorexia speaker, mental health advocate, culinary nutritionist, and certified health and wellness coach. Kenzie is keen to support others through building a healthy relationship with nutritious food so they can feel confident in their bodies and support their physical and mental wellbeing. Kenzie has years of experience developing recipes and coaching clients through a program she co-created for Dr. David Ludwig and the Always Hungry? Program. In addition, Kenzie has culinary nutrition experience developing recipes and coaching clients in various demographics including: professional and high performance athletes, adults struggling with weight loss, individuals with gut-related challenges, individuals with complicated dietary needs (restrictions and intolerances), families with complex lifestyle challenges (budget, time, children, etc.), and older adults with dysphagia. In her spare time, Kenzie engages in public speaking and outreach projects to share her recovery story from anorexia nervosa and works to inspire the community to build a positive and nourishing relationship with food and health to benefit overall physical and mental wellbeing. You can follow Kenzie on instagram @chefkenzieosborne and visit her website at kenzieosborne.com