For details about Reiki Food As Ally group support meetings, click here.
All new clients are encouraged to have a free 20-minute Q&A session with Gina. Click here to schedule yours.
Wishing you all a smooth day today and every day,
Are you inspired?
In Food As Ally, we focus on creating a whole, healed relationship between our food and our bodies with step-by-step guidance to make lasting changes. These weekly group support meetings are led by Gina Briganti, Certified Nutrition Consultant, and developer of the program. Each meeting is limited to three people and that week’s focus is specifically tailored to them.
Food As Ally meetings are in-person, in Dallas, Texas, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. CST at Lotus Salon Suites on Wednesdays. Zoom meetings are available for those who prefer them or who live out of the area.
The difference with Reiki Food As Ally weekly group support meetings is that Gina Briganti will lead the meeting and will send Reiki to each of the three clients to help with mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual layers. In addition to being a Certified Nutrition Consultant, Gina is also a Reiki Master Teacher/Practitioner. For more information on Reiki, click this link to read Gina’s article, “What is Reiki?” Focus is always on what you need each week to progress.
Reiki Food As Ally Zoom meetings are Friday evenings, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. CST. More meeting times can be added if this isn’t convenient for you, including in-person meetings at Lotus Salon Suites in Dallas, Texas.
Which one is right for you, Food As Ally or Reiki Food As Ally? All new clients are encouraged to schedule a free 20-minute Q&A with Gina to explore this question and to find out what they need to know before starting the program.
Mix and match is also an option. Try them both and see which one is best for you.
Are you ready for your next step?
Graphic credit: Gina Briganti
What I did that led me to create Food As Ally was…
I turned clean eating into a cross between dieting and food snobbery.
What I learned is…
My body tells me when it wants salad and that I can trust my taste hunger or emotional hunger when it is asking for cookies because I know that my body will tell me when enough is enough.
You can, too.
Wishing you a smooth day,
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Peace and love,
Not only have I been posting a lot of Veggies Don’t Bite recipe links, but I’ve also been making and eating them. With the colder weather, an easy-baked pasta dinner is perfect and you can add in leftover turkey or any protein you want.
Are you ready for some pasta? Check out Baked Vegan Feta Tomato Pasta. For gluten-free pasta options, Dellalo and Jovial are both great for their flavor and texture.
I recommend Trader Joe’s Vegan Feta or Violife’s Just Like Feta for dairy-free options. Both companies have amazing feta-like taste and texture.
Remember to add Reiki.
There’s a rule about not trying new recipes for holidays, but I trust Sophia from Veggies Don’t Bite and am going to make her pumpkin pie recipe.
Remember to add Reiki.
Do you have a favorite pumpkin pie recipe?