I know how painful it is to be caught in a cycle of bingeing - I spent more than 30 years stuck in it. The shame is hard to bear. The secrecy is so destructive - personally and in terms of relationships.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Yes, you too can feel relaxed around all foods - even the ones you ‘feel’ addicted to. You do not need to continue to suffer!
It’s not about willpower and it’s not about avoiding addictive foods or triggers.
The masterclass is recorded video of a live class which took place in 2021.
The video length is 1 hour 45 minutes.
You'll get the knowledge, the tools and be able to listen to questions and answers that came up during the live class.
You'll also receive the Break Free From Binge Eating workbook to help you apply what you've learned.
“Vania is an undiscovered gem, with a magical combination of knowledge, intelligence, empathy and humour… The advice she has to give, and her way of joining the dots of what is going on for you, feels like being given the keys to the kingdom.”
If you don’t know anything about me yet, my name is Vania Phitidis, creator of Peaceful Eating. I’ve been coaching and mentoring people to become more of their authentic selves for over 25 years. More specifically, I’ve been helping people create food freedom and body liberation since 2012.
I have fully recovered from bulimia, binge eating disorder and decades of chronic dieting.
I have a B.A. in Psychology and an Msc. in Education for Sustainability with a focus on behaviour change. I'm a registered Intuitive Eating Counsellor, certified MB-EAT (Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training) teacher and a qualified Self Esteem mentor with the More to Life Programme. I'm a member of ASDAH (Association for Size Diversity And Health), a professional member of The Center for Mindful Eating (TCME) and have a Health At Every Size (HAES), weight inclusive and weight-neutral approach to my work.
If you have questions, please send me an email - I would love to hear from you!
“Working with Vania has helped me make the shift from black and white perfectionistic thinking that was keeping me stuck in the dieting mindset, to living a life where thoughts of what I should or should not be eating hardly ever enter my head.”