We enjoy food. Eat as you enjoy. To change how you eat, change how you enjoy.

Yoga practises awareness of our movements and position. With practise, awareness expands outward and inward.

As our awareness expands beyond immediate sensations of hunger and flavor and satiation, we ask yourself: did this food feel good.

Awareness and recognition of the patterns can change how you eat. Hunger and craving for something specific become less important. Instead consider how the food makes you feel.


Many cultures recommend fasting. Contemporary science begins to understand this.

Fasting changes you biologically, biochemically, changes your hormones.

Fasting trains you to comfort with the sensation of hunger. Hunger will no longer demand your immediate response. Hunger becomes familiar. Hunger becomes something you can ignore.