HARRISBURG, Pa.— Women and girls are bombarded with message that they must fit a certain beauty standard to be “worthy” of success and happiness. Join The Library as we counter the negativity with a summer series aiming to help women build a positive relationship with their bodies, the food they eat, and the way their bodies move.
At Mindful and Intuitive Eating, you’ll learn how to start healing your relationship with food. Registered dietitian Danielle Parris will guide an exploration into mindful and intuitive eating. Intuitive eating is a journey that focuses on happiness and health rather than achieving a specific number on the scale. Attendees will learn a few important nutrition concepts, practice mindful eating, and review the steps to becoming an intuitive eater.
Mindful and Intuitive Eating will be held at the following locations:
Tuesday, July 10 at 6:30 pm
Elizabethville Area Library, 80 N. Market St, Elizabethville
Saturday, July 14 at 11:00 am
East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg
These programs are designed for adults and older teens, ages 16 and older. Space is limited to allow for a more personalized learning experience. Save your spot or learn more about the series by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or by calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045. Funding support is provided by the Mary Sachs Charitable Trust.
Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.