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28 Day Program | 5 Classes/Week | 2 Reflections/Week

Yoga for Eating Disorders

Intermediate I
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While designing this program, Fiji drew on her own experiences to help you bring your mind and body into alignment and move forward into a life of better health and greater joy.
5 Classes/Week | 2 Reflections/Week

Requirements

  • Bolster

  • Blankets

What You'll Experience

A Personal Message from Fiji:

I would like to start by saying my heart is with you and I am happy you are here. My hope for you is that, by reading this, you are choosing to take a powerful step towards healing. I hope this program of yoga, inquiry, and connection can help you as it helped me. I created this month of mindful practice as a condensed version of the healing path that I have been on for the past decade. This path has lead me to a place of full spectrum living, far more vibrant and joyful than anything I could have imagined was possible. I believe this is the type of life waiting for you, all you need to do is take one step at a time toward it.

Schedule

Week 1

  • Day 1:

    Chakra One Flow
    50 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 2:

    Flow Into Feeling
    55 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 3:

    Absolute Beginner Series: Meditation for Body Connection
    8 min
    • Beginner I
    • Helen Camisa
    • Bolster
  • Day 4:

    Chakra Two Flow
    50 min
    • Intermediate III
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 5:

    Restorative Yoga for the Hips
    35 min
    • Beginner I
    • Satiya Channer
    • Bolster, Blankets

     

    Day 6:

    Nature Connection: Walk, run, hike, or sit in nature. Yoga is a practice of connection on all levels, walking in nature can remind of us of our connection everything living in the same moment we are!

    Day 7:

    Reflection Questions: Where and when do you feel safe? What circumstances give you comfort? Do you feel the ability to create these circumstances for yourself or is it something out of your hands?

Week 2

  • Day 8:

    Chakra Three Flow
    60 min
    • Intermediate III
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 9:

    A Flow for Courage
    106 min
    • Intermediate III
    • Tracey Noseworthy
  • Day 10:

    Chakra Four Flow
    55 min
    • Intermediate I
    • Fiji McAlpine
    • Block, Bolster
  • Day 11:

    Love Yourself
    32 min
    • Beginner I
    • Nicky Jones
  • Day 12:

    Guided Meditations for Stress, Anxiety and Depression
    • David Procyshyn

    Turn It Off
    Duration: 21:34

     

    Day 13:

    Interconnection: Set aside an hour to spend time connecting with a friend or loved one. Having an eating disorder can be a lonely place where we slowly wean ourselves away from meaningful connections with others. trying to hide what is happening, trying to hide in general. Making an effort to connect with someone who provides joy and or support is a great first step in restoring these relationships.

    Day 14:

    Reflection Questions: What guides your decisions each day? Your desires? Fears? Others demands or expectations? Do you act based on analytical thinking or based on feeling and emotions?

Week 3

  • Day 15:

    Chakra Five Flow
    35 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 16:

    Calming Restorative Yoga
    63 min
    • Beginner I
    • Satiya Channer
    • Strap, Bolster, Blankets
  • Day 17:

    Chakra Six Flow
    26 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 18:

    Yoga for Inner Acceptance
    34 min
    • Beginner I
    • David Procyshyn
    • Blankets
  • Day 19:

    Moving Meditation
    18 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine

     

    Day 20:

    Inner Connection: Spend an hour on your own doing something that brings you joy, perhaps something you don’t often make time for. Part of stepping back towards life is identifying what is realling worth living for, what you are missing out on. Take some time to choose something and then make time for that, take a step towards it in some way.

    Day 21:

    Reflection Questions: Where in life are you most creative? Do you have an outlet for this creativity on a daily or weekly basis? What do you feel like when you are doing something that allows for personal creativity?

Week 4

  • Day 22:

    Tune Into You
    50 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 23:

    Loving Yourself
    32 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Tracey Noseworthy
  • Day 24:

    Guided Meditations for Stress, Anxiety and Depression
    • David Procyshyn

    Turn It Off
    Duration: 21:34

  • Day 25:

    Moving Meditation II
    46 min
    • Advanced
    • Fiji McAlpine
  • Day 26:

    Chakra Seven Flow
    21 min
    • Intermediate II
    • Fiji McAlpine

     

    Day 27:

    Vision Connection: Take time today to lay in supported savasana, close your eyes and vision the way you want your life to look and feel. Becoming clear on what you want, what it looks like and feels like, is part of forming your own future. You are a powerful being capable of creating a life through your thoughts and actions. It is now time to shift that power to be constructive rather than destructive, inclusive rather than seclude, uplifting rather than self doubting.

    Day 28:

    Reflection Questions: If you could imagine a life for yourself that was of your design, your choosing, that filled all your desires and intentions for this life what would it look like? Where would you be? Who would be there? What would you be doing? What emotions would be most prevalent? Paint a picture with words, include every detail.

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