Your Body, Your Best Friend: A Conversation with Author Erica Mather

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About the Event

In Your Body, Your Friend, Erica Mather offers a blueprint for embodied body image work. Very different from typical cognitive body image work, Mather offers exercises and prompts to inhabit your body differently, to feel into the parts of yourself you might currently feel are scary or off limits, and to develop a new perspective of the purpose of and your relationship with your body. This webinar will be a discussion between the author and moderator Jenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, and will encourage plenty of interaction.

Learning Objectives

  1. Define the difference between embodied body image work and typical cognitive body image work
  2. Identify three triggers for negative body image thoughts
  3. Identify three forms of embodied self-care

About the Presenter

Author, Yoga Therapist, Forrest Yoga Guardian, and Master Teacher Erica Mather, M.A. is a life-long educator. She teaches people to feel better in, and about their bodies, and to view their bodies as an ally and best friend on the journey of life. Her book Your Body, Your Best Friend: End the Confidence-Crushing Pursuit of Unrealistic Beauty-Standards & Embrace Your True Power (New Harbinger, April 2020) is a 7-step spiritual journey helping women befriend their bodies and utilize them as tools and allies on their quest to live their best lives. Her Adore Your Body Transformational Programs help overcome body image challenges, and the Yoga Clinic of NYC supports students, teachers, and health professionals to learn about empowered care for the body. Mather is a recognized body image expert, a Forrest Yoga lineage-holder, and was also named one of the next generations’ important yoga teachers by Yoga Journal. She writes for Mind Body Green on the topic of body image challenges, is a regular columnist for Rivertown Magazine and is a popular repeat interview on the SoulFeed Podcast, Hay House Radio’s Angel Club, and more. Mather lives in New York City. Visit her at www.ericamather.com


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