In 1975, long before "intuitive eating" became a thing, I created Thin Within, a popular 2-month workshop program in the SF Bay Area--revolutionary at the time. Although I left my own weight worries behind decades ago using this experiential process, it pains me to see so many women still wasting their precious time and emotional energy on managing their weight. The Cherry Pie Paradox: the Surprising Path to Diet Freedom and Lasting Weight Loss offers simple mindfulness and mind-shifting practices to help let that sh*t go. I'm on a mission to relieve this unnecessary suffering and free the energy for the important work we were meant to do.
I'm a lively podcast guest who can entertain, inform and inspire your listeners with helpful stories and tips:
"Joy Imboden's brilliance changed my life when I took the original Thin Within workshop in 1977. I cannot say enough about her work and this important book. It was the beginning of developing my own thoughts and program for breaking free from compulsive eating. Most people are synthesizers, not true originals--Joy is a true original. Bravo, Joy!" —Geneen Roth, author of the #1 NYT bestseller, Women Food and God, and Breaking Free from Compulsive Eating
"Joy's warmth, wisdom, humor and relatable experiences make her the perfect companion for this rewarding journey of befriending your body and the food that nourishes it." —Chérie Carter-Scott, Ph.D. MCC, author of New York Times bestseller, If Life is a Game These are the Rules: 10 Rules for Being Human.
"Joy's discovery process works from the inside out to help you know yourself better, make more conscious choices, and become a healthier person." —Barbara Abrams DrPH, RD, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
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