Mindful Eating, Yoga and Meditation Retreat with Liz Frost

Friday, March 2 – Sunday, March 4, 2018

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Do you struggle with what you eat? or when? or why?

Most of us are blissfully unaware of the process of eating – or maybe not so blissful. 

Frustrated with the cycle of eating too much then beating yourself up?
Do you eat pretty healthy food but still gain weight? 
Do you eat so quickly you don’t really taste the food? 
Do you eat food you don’t like to please someone else? 
Perhaps you eat more than you intended?
Do you feel like you need to nap after eating?

For most people the word diet means deprivation, frustration and suffering. The word diet really means a way of life. It doesn’t mean punishing yourself or starving. 

95% of people who go on a prescribed diet to lose weight, gain the weight back and often gain more than what they initially lost. You don’t need to stay in that cycle of frustration. If 95% of people do it, there must be something else going on.

This weekend we’ll explore motivation to eat. Did you know that you make approximately 200 decisions a day that involve eating? The way you make those decisions will determine what, where & when you eat and who you eat with. This weekend we’ll explore the why. You will leave the retreat with greater awareness of the decisions you make and the motivation behind them. Learn how to slow down the process of eating so that you enjoy every meal from now on – even the dash in the car. Learn how to say no to the well-intentioned people in your life who seem to want you to eat more or eat differently.

Learn how to give your body the nutrients you need to feel great, have more energy, reduce stress on your digestive system, your mental system and your emotional system. Be radiant!

We’ll throw in some yoga for fun and explore the relationship we have with our bodies. No experience necessary. If you are breathing you can do yoga!

The weekend is a blend of group discussions, cooking classes, yoga, meditation, deep sleep and fun on the patio.
Come join us!

Weekend Schedule:

Friday

4 – 5pm arrive and settle into your cabin
5 – 6 introductions and intro to mindful eating
6 pm dinner
7 pm  intro to mindful thinking
8 pm movie & popcorn

Candlelit Niche

Saturday

7am yoga class – or sleep – do what you need!
8:45 let’s make smoothies & eat breakfast
10:30 workshop
12:00 lunch
1:30pm optional hike or free time
3pm Group discussion – motivation & willpower
4:30 cooking with Liz – optional of course!
6:00 dinner
7:30pm Gentle Yoga & Yoga Nidra (relaxation)

Sunday

7am yoga class – or sleep – do what you need!
8:45  breakfast
10:30 Mandala workshop
12:00pm lunch

Depart at your leisure or stay for an optional night of relaxation.

No experience is necessary and this retreat is perfect if you’re curious about meditation or yoga but not sure how to start or what to expect. This retreat is perfect for you even if you have physical limitations to movement.

We’ll spend time discussing various issues that can inhibit our healthy food choices and discover ways to be true to our intentions of healthy eating despite the stresses of daily living.

Here’s a fun video of what we won’t be doing…

Everything over the weekend is completely optional. If you need to sleep in then skip the early morning sessions. If a massage is the nurturing you need, we can book that for you. Allow this weekend to be the kindest gift you could ever give yourself and honour your needs.

You are welcome to stay and enjoy the trails, the ambiance, the new friends.Depart at your leisure

 

Liz FrostLiz Frost M.A. Ed, is a certified yoga teacher and psychotherapist in the Midland area. She has studied with Jon Kabat Zinn and Saki Santorelli of the Centre for Mindfulness. Liz began her yoga journey as a form of meditation, having found meditation before yoga, and she incorporates mindfulness into yoga practice. She is co-owner of Sugar Ridge and devotes her time and energy to making the world a more peaceful place

 

Location

The Sugar Ridge Retreat Centre was created to provide a place for people to reconnect with a part of themselves that may be neglected or hidden, to connect with others or just getaway and have some fun! Whether you seek a much needed R&R break, a getaway from kids and family, romance, or a deeper spiritual connection, we will cater to your needs to make your visit a memorable experience. Read more about us or book your own retreat.

Registration Details

Date:
Friday, March 2, 2018 @ 3:00 pm – Sunday, March 4, 2018 @ 2:00 pm
2018-03-02T15:00:00-05:00
2018-03-04T14:00:00-05:00
Cost:

$445 + HST Shared accommodation
$515 + HST Semi-private Accommodation
$575 + HST Private Accommodation

Includes accommodation, all meals and classes
Register with a friend and each receive $30 off.
You can register and pay online here or call Liz to arrange alternate payment options using an e-transfer or personal cheque.

Other Details:

Register with a friend and each receive $30 off. Call Liz to take advantage of this deal.

Call Liz for more information or to register 866-609-1793 or email liz@sugarridge.ca

guests_24

Do you struggle with what you eat? or when? or why?

Most of us are blissfully unaware of the process of eating – or maybe not so blissful. 

Frustrated with the cycle of eating too much then beating yourself up?
Do you eat pretty healthy food but still gain weight? 
Do you eat so quickly you don’t really taste the food? 
Do you eat food you don’t like to please someone else? 
Perhaps you eat more than you intended?
Do you feel like you need to nap after eating?

For most people the word diet means deprivation, frustration and suffering. The word diet really means a way of life. It doesn’t mean punishing yourself or starving. 

95% of people who go on a prescribed diet to lose weight, gain the weight back and often gain more than what they initially lost. You don’t need to stay in that cycle of frustration. If 95% of people do it, there must be something else going on.

This weekend we’ll explore motivation to eat. Did you know that you make approximately 200 decisions a day that involve eating? The way you make those decisions will determine what, where & when you eat and who you eat with. This weekend we’ll explore the why. You will leave the retreat with greater awareness of the decisions you make and the motivation behind them. Learn how to slow down the process of eating so that you enjoy every meal from now on – even the dash in the car. Learn how to say no to the well-intentioned people in your life who seem to want you to eat more or eat differently.

Learn how to give your body the nutrients you need to feel great, have more energy, reduce stress on your digestive system, your mental system and your emotional system. Be radiant!

We’ll throw in some yoga for fun and explore the relationship we have with our bodies. No experience necessary. If you are breathing you can do yoga!

The weekend is a blend of group discussions, cooking classes, yoga, meditation, deep sleep and fun on the patio.
Come join us!

Weekend Schedule:

Friday

4 – 5pm arrive and settle into your cabin
5 – 6 introductions and intro to mindful eating
6 pm dinner
7 pm  intro to mindful thinking
8 pm movie & popcorn

Candlelit Niche

Saturday

7am yoga class – or sleep – do what you need!
8:45 let’s make smoothies & eat breakfast
10:30 workshop
12:00 lunch
1:30pm optional hike or free time
3pm Group discussion – motivation & willpower
4:30 cooking with Liz – optional of course!
6:00 dinner
7:30pm Gentle Yoga & Yoga Nidra (relaxation)

Sunday

7am yoga class – or sleep – do what you need!
8:45  breakfast
10:30 Mandala workshop
12:00pm lunch

Depart at your leisure or stay for an optional night of relaxation.

No experience is necessary and this retreat is perfect if you’re curious about meditation or yoga but not sure how to start or what to expect. This retreat is perfect for you even if you have physical limitations to movement.

We’ll spend time discussing various issues that can inhibit our healthy food choices and discover ways to be true to our intentions of healthy eating despite the stresses of daily living.

Here’s a fun video of what we won’t be doing…

Everything over the weekend is completely optional. If you need to sleep in then skip the early morning sessions. If a massage is the nurturing you need, we can book that for you. Allow this weekend to be the kindest gift you could ever give yourself and honour your needs.

You are welcome to stay and enjoy the trails, the ambiance, the new friends.Depart at your leisure

 

Liz FrostLiz Frost M.A. Ed, is a certified yoga teacher and psychotherapist in the Midland area. She has studied with Jon Kabat Zinn and Saki Santorelli of the Centre for Mindfulness. Liz began her yoga journey as a form of meditation, having found meditation before yoga, and she incorporates mindfulness into yoga practice. She is co-owner of Sugar Ridge and devotes her time and energy to making the world a more peaceful place