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#125: SHEILA VEIRS: SEVERING SELF-SABOTAGE

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 SEVERING SELF-SABOTAGE
WITH SHIELA VIERS
EPISODE #125
 

In this week’s episode we are talking to Shiela Viers about:

 

Why we fall into self-sabotage, particularly when it comes to our relationships with food and how to stop making food a moralistic decision in your life
The difference between pushing yourself and supporting yourself
Ways to maximize your metabolism by modifying your lifestyle – tips on how you can actually repair your metabolism

 

 

 

ABOUT SHIELA VIERS:

www.shielaviers.com

Sheila’s passion is to help women break free from the restriction, self-sabotage, and guilt that typically comes along with traditional dieting and weight loss methods. On her website she shows you that you CAN experience a freedom-based approach to achieving your ideal body and feeling amazing in your skin.

After years of yo-yo dieting, over-exercising, and issues ranging from food sensitivities to hormonal problems, Sheila learned how to get out of “body jail,” aligned with her ideal body weight, and healed her body's imbalances.

Through she flagship ROCK Your Dream Body programs and 1-on-1 coaching she teach women how to create this freedom and ease in their own lives. Sheila’s goal is to help you not only achieve a body that you feel amazing walking around in, but to also reconnect you with the parts of yourself -- the joy, adventure, thrill, love, peace, confidence -- that makes life worth living.

 

 

 

 

INTERVIEW WITH SHIELA:

A food lifestyle that allows yourself to feel pleasure.
Fitness and movement lifestyle that is a good fit for you.
Understanding your emotions / physiological response on your body.

 

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When you walk around stressed your body can’t function optimally.

The difference between pushing

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