Retreat from your busy life to focus on you.
Michelle May, M.D., the author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat and founder of the Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Programs and Training will guide you to eat mindfully and live vibrantly.
Eat Mindfully, Live Vibrantly Workshop and Retreat
What: Our most popular, high-value, affordable, all-inclusive luxury retreat
When: 5 days and 4 nights from September 4-8, 2015
Where: Red Mountain Resort and Spa in Ivins, Utah (near St. George)
Who: Men, women, and couples (age 18 & up)
Why: Break your eat-repent-repeat cycle and live the vibrant life you crave!
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This all-inclusive luxury mindful eating retreat includes:
- Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Workshops facilitated by Michelle May MD
- 5 days/4 nights of deluxe lodging and amenities
- Memorable mindful eating experiences
- Mindful movement opportunities
- Meaningful connections with people who understand and support you
- Password access to our private portal for support before and after your retreat to stay connected
- Time to relax, restore, and renew!
- Continuing education credits available for psychologists and registered dietitians. (Download objectives.)
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You may also be interested in our Mindful Eating for Binge Eating Retreats.
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Don’t just take our word for it…
This was a profound experience. I have been to retreats before but this far surpassed my expectations. I would recommend giving this gift to yourself. It restores your mind, body, and spirit.” - Winter 2015 Retreat Participant
“This retreat will bring you personal peace about your body and food.” - Summer 2014 Retreat Participant
“The retreat was absolutely life changing for me. If you are tired of thinking, planning, and reacting to food in the same old way, and want to learn how to live a bigger, beautiful life, this retreat is for you.” – Summer 2011 Retreat Participant
“Best experience of my life!” – Spring 2012 Retreat Participant
“I feel that this retreat will allow me to continue mindful eating to live vibrantly and improve my life with my wife and family.” - Winter 2015 Retreat Participant
“This retreat was the missing piece in my growth toward a full, balanced life” – Winter 2012 Retreat Participant
“The retreat is a gift to your best self, the self that all too often has received only the leftovers of your emotional energy after you give first to everyone else you love. It is a way to love the most important person in your life – you!” – Summer 2011 Retreat Participant
“Michelle was just so good at helping people work things out.” – Summer 2013 Retreat Participant
“This retreat was the best thing I have ever done for myself. If you want to live your life with intention and joy, this is where you need to be.” – Winter 2012 Retreat Participant
“A wonderful opportunity to explore and better understand yourself and your food relationship.” – Winter 2012 Retreat Participant
“It is absolutely worth it. You are worth it.” —Summer 2014 Retreat Participant
“Words can’t describe the feeling, the peace of mind. I feel satisfied and relaxed.” – Winter 2015 Retreat Participant
“This retreat gave me the tools to change my life.” -Summer 2012 Retreat Participant
“It will really help you, whatever your issues with food. Don’t waste your time on other things. Just go.” – Summer 2013 Retreat Participant
“I recommend this retreat as a time and place away from every day responsibilities to focus on your real needs and design a plan for the future.” -Summer 2012 Retreat Participant
“I have never felt so focused and connected at any other conference or retreat. It was well worth the investment.” -Winter 2012 Retreat Participant
“The Am I Hungry? Retreat is more than worth the investment of time and money. Being here will change the way you relate to food and enhance the rest of your life.” -Summer 2013 Retreat Participant