May 30, 2018

Sterling, Colorado – May 21, 2018– Connie Henderson, Biology and Yoga Instructor at Northeastern Junior College, is pleased to announce her completion of Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Training and the introduction of the Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating and Yoga Program to the Sterling area.

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On May 16, 2018, Connie became a licensee of Am I Hungry?, a comprehensive mindful eating program that guides participants to reconnect with their physical signals to guide when, what, and how much to eat without restrictive diet rules and recognize and cope with their triggers for overeating. 

According to Michelle May, M.D., founder of Am I Hungry? and author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat, “Most diets fail because they are negative and unsustainable, leaving the dieter feeling guilty and disappointed. Diets focus on what people should eat without addressing why they eat in the first place. As a result, the overeating cycle is never really broken. Am I Hungry? is an inside-out approach to eating and self-care that focuses on changing thoughts and feelings first, so changes in behaviors will last.”

Connie has a Master’s degree in Biological Sciences and is a registered yoga teacher (RYT200).  With over 20 years of experience teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology, she understands the benefits gained through good nutrition and healthy exercise.  A “recovering” dieter herself, she strives to combine the mindfulness that yoga promotes with the care that the body needs.

Connie will offer the first Mindful Eating and Yoga class at NJC, starting June 4, 2018.  To register, please visit  www.njc.edu, email connie.henderson@njc.edu, or call 970-521-6632.   For more information about Am I Hungry?, please visit www.AmIHungry.com