New Online Educational Program Offers Members Confidential, Holistic Healing To Free Women From Food Issues

Portland, OR (PressExposure) September 11, 2006 -- Portland, OR, September 6, 2006 – Regardless of body size, some women find their obsession with food struggles keeps them from pursuing relationships, career goals and the life they desire. To address this self-sabotaging problem, BodyWay™ Online offers an interactive web classroom that teaches members how to break free from emotional eating, whether they binge, overeat or restrict intake (http:www.bodywayonline.com).

"If you've tried everything but are still struggling with emotional eating, you're missing a key piece: tuning into your body wisdom," says BodyWayâ„¢ founder Jane E. Latimer, M.A., who fully recovered from bulimia more than 22 years ago. "We show you that your food issues are a sacred gateway to healing and transformation."

Author of the books "Living Binge-Free" and "Beyond the Food Game," Jane is a psychotherapist who created BodyWayOnline.com to help women:

• nurture themselves in other ways than just with food
• identify the issues underlying food struggles
• overcome self-sabotaging thoughts
• construct a personalized Way of Eating™ embracing their unique biochemistry, lifestyle and body-wisdom
• manage feelings that contribute to emotional eating
• use tools to express and discharge intense feelings safely
• heal past wounds that trigger panic and anxiety
• cultivate self-forgiveness and compassion, which quickly return eating to normal • if needed, adjust body weight to reflect a healthy self-image

To give people a taste of the BodyWayâ„¢ program, Jane is offering a free sample lesson and audio download ([http://www.bodywayinfo.com/index.html]).

BodyWayâ„¢ members receive Jane's 114-page e-course, "Free Yourself from Emotional Eating," the yearlong BodyWay course containing 40 lessons and 20 audio clips and the Way of Eatingâ„¢ curriculum. Classes are accessible via downloadable audio and PDF files. A subscription upgrade with live teleclasses and coaching is also available.

Newcomers can begin with a $25 one-month trial. A yearlong BodyWayâ„¢ Online subscription costs $349 if paid monthly or $300 if paid in full. For complete program details and membership options, visit [http://www.bodywayonline.com] or contact Jane Latimer at info@bodyway.com.

About The Aliveness Institute

Jane E. Latimer

The Aliveness Institute

3110 SW Arnold Street

Portland OR 97219

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Press Release Submitted On: September 08, 2006 at 1:44 pm
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