Healthy Boundaries, Healthy Body
5 Days of Self-Care

Women today face unprecedented levels of demand and expectations on our time. For many of us, we find ourselves juggling work, child care AND parent care.  We're pulled in so many directions that we've earned the name the "Sandwich Generation."  

Something has to give.  Sadly, it’s usually our self-care.

In the midst of these responsibilities, putting yourself first can feel like an impossible task. You can't say no to all the obligations--your children need you, your parents need you, and you need your job. 

There are only so many minutes in the day.  So you stop exercising. Eat what, when and where you can. And make food choices you don't feel good about later.

You deserve better. 

Join us April 22-26 for this free program designed to help you maintain your health and well-being in the midst of the chaos.

5 Days of Self-Care
Put yourself first.
April 22-26

Family and work--they help us feel a sense of purpose, belonging and fulfillment.  Yet, for those of us struggling with food addiction, body image or emotional eating, the obligations of work and family become overwhelming can cause us to feel like we’re falling apart.

​​​​​​​Family and food can be triggers, as can the messages that surround our responsibilities in society, which are often unhelpful, even provocative. Be a good mother, a good wife, a good daughter.  You're abandoning your child if you work.  You're indulgent if you don't work.  You have to take care of your parents as they age.  You're ungrateful and selfish if you don't.

Putting everyone else's needs ahead of our own can make us feel depleted and pulled in too many directions.  The anxiety this pull creates can express itself in our relationship to food.  ​​​​​​​

I want to help you.

I want to respect the insanity and the pressures on your time, but I also want to give you some tools, motivation and inspiration to help you deal with the stress and reality of life in the Sandwich Generation so you can be happy and healthy.

A free 5-day program of self-care designed to fit into your busy life.

Please join us for Healthy Boundaries, Healthy Body - 5 Days of Self-Care. In this program, you'll receive:

  • A quick, daily check-in with me to help you start your day feeling centered and motivated
  • Tools to help you identify your needs, establish (and keep!) personal boundaries with family, work and friends, and transform your relationship to food. 
  • A daily guided meditation you can use to reconnect with yourself throughout the day
  • Access to our private Facebook group where you can ask questions and find support
  • A program designed to support you even when you're busy dealing with life

This program is for you if you: 

  • Struggle to set and keep personal boundaries with family--including parents and children, friends, and work (It's okay to say no!)
  • Put obligations to other people ahead of your own needs and health
  • Feel overwhelmed or out of control with all of your responsibilities
  • Want to learn how to maintain your health and well-being through the challenges of the Sandwich Generation
  • Mentally decide that you're going to "be good" with your eating and yet...the cookies
  • Are ready to free yourself of food-anxiety and shame, so you have the energy to enjoy your family, your friends, and yourself. 

You don't have to wait someday to care for yourself wisely and well.  You can commit to yourself now, and I want to help you make this commitment.  

Please join us.  
Sign up for Healthy Boundaries, Healthy Body
​​​​​​​Commit to yourself. 5 Days of Self-Care.

About Sarahjoy Marsh
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Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, E-RYT-500 yoga teacher, therapist and author, is a vibrant, compassionate catalyst for transformation to those that suffer from addictions – in particular disordered eating patterns/emotional eating.

The combination of her knowledge of powerful yoga and mindfulness tools, her ability to identify when a conditioned mind crowds out clear thinking and to inspire the courage to bring insight into action, her perspective on the terrain of the stages of recovery and the tools to use along the way to recovery make her methodology (outlined in her book Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship with Your Body and Food) a comprehensive and effective healing modality.

Her 25+ year training and facilitation background includes transpersonal counseling, art therapy, and community mental health, the psychology of yoga, Ayurveda, and rehabilitative yoga.

About Hunger, Hope & Healing
Hunger, Hope & Healing was founded by Sarahjoy Marsh to help women recover from food and body image issues and find freedom from self-hatred, blame and shame.

If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to have more power over food than it has over you, this program is for you.

If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to be free from life-deadening diets and rigid thinking, this program is for you.

If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to reclaim your vibrancy and health, this program is for you.
If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to live honestly, free from shame and
self-hatred, with the vitality you know is in you, this program is for you.
Sign up for 5 Days of Self-Care
You deserve better.