If you have issues around food, you’re not alone. Two-thirds of women have disordered eating. Let that sink in. That means most women you know don’t eat in a healthy way.

Our struggles with food can manifest in different ways—not eating enough, bingeing late at night after a restrictive day, feeling guilty about every calorie, eating to avoid feeling, and so on.

However your food issues pop up in your life (even if they seem to be running your life at times), you can create a healthy spiritual relationship to food and yourself.

Join New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein for Finally Full: A Workshop on Spirituality and Food. It’s a 100% online course that you can participate in from anywhere via HD video or audio download.
In the course, Gabrielle talks about food addiction and body image issues of all kinds and guides you toward establishing a healthy spiritual relationship to food—and to yourself.

Plus, she shares wisdom she’s gained from her own spiritual recovery around food addiction. The workshop offers a safe, open space for you to explore your food fears and body hang-ups and overcome them with Gabrielle’s support.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Gabrielle’s three inspirational talks on spirituality and food
  • Guided Kundalini meditations that are accessible to anyone, even if you’ve never done one before
  • Powerful visualization meditations
  • Take-home lessons to apply throughout each week

Gabrielle helps you get to the root cause of your issues around food. Now is your time to release your fear around food and body image once and for all.

Testimonials from those who have taken the course

samantha“Gabby has a way of relating to people on a personal level that makes everything easier. It doesn’t matter if you’re binging on a grapefruit or a dozen cookies; through this course you soon realize you are NOT alone, and feel empowered to take control of your perception about how worthy you are. The Finally Full course changed the way I think about food but more importantly, how I think about myself and my soul.” — Samantha Gennuso, Health Coach and Founder of WellGoneWeird

katie“Gabby’s Finally Full is truly a game changer. If you even have slight willingness to change your patterns with food Gabby will give you grounded advice & practical tools to help you change your mind when it comes to these deeply engrained patterns with food we’ve all picked up. Even if you don’t yet have the willingness Gabby will help guide you there. Each session gets better than the last, I cannot stress how much these tools have served me in my daily life. She packs each session with so many take-aways, answers every food issue question from being around people who don’t eat clean to feeling like you don’t deserve to eat at all, and fills our tool belts with radical in -the-moment actions. I listen to these sessions over and over and get something new from them literally every time. Gabby really knocks it out of the park with this one, I believe it is her best work yet.” — Katie Dalebout, Wellness Blogger

Media Recognition

“I came to one of Bernstein’s monthly lectures and got my first look at the woman I’d one day unabashedly refer to as “my guru.”
— ELLE Magazine“A decade ago, young women like Ms. Bernstein might have been expected to chase the lifestyle of high heels and pink drinks…But now there is a new role model for New York’s former Carrie Bradshaws…well versed in self-help and New Age spirituality…Ms. Bernstein is one of a circle of such figures, influenced less by the oeuvre of Candace Bushnell than that of Marianne Williamson.”
— The New York Times“Forget what you thought you knew about ‘self help’. Life coach Gabrielle Bernstein has wowed the US – and now she’s hit the UK to unleash a happy new you!”
— Glamour UK

“Zen bombshell Gabrielle Bernstein has been pegged the Dalai Lama for the Gossip Girl set.”
— Huffington Post

“So long, Carrie Bradshaw—there’s a new role model for go-getting thirty-somethings. Gabrielle Bernstein is doling out inner peace and self-love for the post-modern spiritual set.”
— Elle magazine

“A new role-model.”
— NY Times

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