"I received excellent coaching and guidance to look at the habit cycles around eating for me, interrupt cycles and change my relationship to food! I also learned how to apply mindfulness knowledge to other areas of my life. I have new strategies and confidence around my eating, joy and compassion too. I would highly recommend the Eat Right Now - Mindful Eating Program with Cheryl Mills Coaching. The course materials are backed up with Cheryl's ability to hold space for each person to explore their relationship to food and guide a new path. Cheryl is an extremely skilled mindfulness guide. She provided the tools, compassion, and support that allowed me to courageously face outdated beliefs I had about myself. My life is forever changed for the better because of this course and Cheryl's guidance. I am grateful for every moment!"
“Definitely more awareness! A variety of tools to use. This is a great program to start the journey of change.”
This was VERY helpful for me. I lost 6.8 pounds over the last six weeks. I feel that being mindful will serve me well in all aspects of my life, and especially in regards to eating. I am still using the app and I LOVE it. I would absolutely recommend both Cheryl and the class to anyone.
"This course helped me to be present for my life. The challenges as well as the beauty. The MBSR course has helped me to feel less frantic and powerless about the physical challenges resulting from cancer and cancer treatment."
"MBSR has given me a deeper insight to self-awareness while providing tools or practice that helps reduce my stress, anxiety, and physical discomfort. I am grateful for the course.
"It worked for me. I'm glad it was the type of course that reminded me to take this time for myself for my betterment. The instructor is excellent and genuine."
"The skills taught in this course are very important in enabling one to manage even the most challenging stressors that one may be confronted with. They can be applied to virtually all aspects of your life. The quality of virtually everything that you do can be improved by applying mindfulness techniques. I would say this is probably one of the most important 'life skills' to be learned."