Ditch the Diets: Itís Not All About the Food A Workshop for Mind, Body, and Soul


Talking about nutrition is a lot like talking about religion or politics. Just ask the 45 million Americans who diet each year about their feelings surrounding food and diets! The abundance of gimmicks and quick-fix promises can confuse and frustrate anyone trying to lose weight and keep it off.
Kathryn Scoblick debunks dieting myths and says achieving weight loss and good health is Not All About the Food. From her book and workshop, Ditch the Diets you will learn:
  • How beliefs and thoughts create your reality and keep you stuck or help you break established patterns
  • How to frame your reality and create a clear vision and live the life you have imagined
  • Strengthen life’s most important treasures such as your relationships and your authenticity
  • How to implement proper nutrition, physical activity and plenty of rest
  • To detect sound nutrition advice, and differentiate between clinical evidence and food industry miracle marketing
Drawing lessons from positive psychologists, clinical researchers, spiritual leaders and others, Kathryn provides step-by-step instructions for making changes today that lead to your healthier future. Ditch the Diets and find renewed vitality, peace and happiness in your personalized approach to a healthy weight and a fulfilling life.

Workshop includes Kathryn’s new book, Ditch
the Diets: It’s Not All About the Food, and the accompanying workbook.

Kathryn Scoblick, MS
Mar 25 (Sa)
$145 (Includes book and workbook. Pre-registration required)

Kathryn Scoblick, MS is a published author and founder of Health Inspires, LLC. She creates and delivers purpose-driven programs as an experienced certified health and wellness coach helping people master their wellbeing and reach their full potential. Kathryn also serves as Vice Chair on the Austin Metropolitan YMCA Board of Directors, and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Austin Mayor’s Health and Fitness Council and Business Group on Health, focusing on obesity prevention and mindfulness. She holds the position of Director of Employer Health and Wellness for a large Central Texas healthcare conglomerate, and is a 2015 graduate of the Leadership Austin Essential Class. She has personally co-created nutrition education tools used by Baylor College of Medicine and is published in the American Journal of Dietetics. She has her B.S. and M.S. from Texas A&M University.


$130.50Seton Associates


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