Sitting With Your Emotions is Great but Embodying Them is Next Level Powerful! | Ep.49

Sitting with your emotions is powerful. Yet, moving, breathing and sounding with them will serve you in ways you might not even know are possible. Your emotions are energy, and energy needs to flow. Listen in as Chanci guides you through a simple, yet powerful, feminine embodiment practice to help you move through, welcome and liberate your emotions … even the ones you’re tempted to eat away.

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About the Host:

Chanci Dawn is a non-diet certified nutritionist, mindset and embodiment coach whose soul’s purpose is to help women create the most wildly free and loving relationship with food and their bodies. After over 30 years of dieting and recovering from her own eating disorder, Chanci is determined to help women find the same freedom she has through embodied eating and pleasurable living. Chanci believes that when you fall madly in love with yourself you’ll have the power to change your world and from there you can change the world around you making embodied eating a deep and powerful form of activism! 

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