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Saturday
21
APR

Why Diets Don't Work

13:30
16:00
The Personal Training Centre
Event organized by The Personal Training Centre

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Diets don’t work – at least, not in the long term.

We’re thinking about weight loss all wrong. Excess weight or fat is a symptom, not the cause. If you lose the weight but don’t address the cause, the weight will come back.

YOU WILL LEARN:
Dr. Marcelle Crinean, owner of Brain Reframe, and a leading Eating Psychology Coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist will discuss some of the underlying causes of fat and weight gain, including how stress, lack of sleep and our internal chatterbox affect not only our ability to make good choices, but also severely impact our ability to digest and metabolise our food, leading to overeating, binge-eating, emotional eating and disordered eating.

Rochelle Butler, Personal Trainer, Health Coach and owner of The Personal Training Centre in Oxshott, will also discuss how excess cortisol (our stress hormone) causes us to gain weight, particularly around our middle, and what foods can help us to re-balance our cortisol levels. Learn how your choice of exercise could, in fact, be keeping you fat, and which type of exercise you should be doing.

TAKE HOME:
* A ‘cheat sheet’ to spot thought ‘errors’ that can contribute to cortisol production.
* Overview of a diet and a shopping list of foods to eat that help balance cortisol levels.

Marcelle & Rochelle look forward to hosting you at this unique location in Brighton Marina.

COST:
£75 pp (**Early Bird Offer £60pp if booked by 8th April 2018)

Please note: There is a second workshop “Keep Calm and Breathe” being hosted on the same day, starting at 10:00am. Why not join us for both?

Cost for attending both: £120 pp, or ** Early bird offer ** £100 pp if you book before 8th April.

Click on the ticket link and complete the form to book.

Suitable for both men and women, and young adults over 16.