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Brandt Passalacqua

Brandt Passalacqua

Brandt Passalacqua is an author, speaker and the founder of Peaceful Weight Loss through Yoga, whose personal journey serves as an inspiration to countless others looking to make peace with food. After struggling with his weight, food and substance addiction and serious illness, Brandt discovered yoga and through his practice developed an appreciation for his body and his health. Now 100 pounds lighter and at peace in ways he never thought possible, Brandt works as a private yoga therapist helping people meet their own weight loss and wellness goals. In addition to giving lectures and seminars across the country, Brandt trains yoga teachers and health care practitioners in Peaceful Weight Lossâ„¢ through Yoga. Brandt maintains an office in Western Massachusetts.

Listen to a sample guided exercise from Brandt's new CD Being at Peace with Food from More Than Sound.

https://www.morethansound.net/blog/2013/02/being-at-peace-with-food-working-with-emotion/

Find Brandt on Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brandt-passalacqua/

Or Follow on Twitter: @AtPeaceWithFood

 

 

 

Sunday, 07 July 2013 14:55

More about Peaceful Weight Loss

[Editor’s note: After reading Brandt Passalacqua’s excellent blog post, I had to admit that my curiosity was piqued. So Brandt thought it might be fun to do an interview. Our schedules and distant time zones made it hard to connect and but we managed, through the magic of email, to get it done.]

I have had the privilege of working with many experienced meditators on their personal food issues. It’s always a real pleasure when a long-time practitioner walks into my office. As they tell me about what’s troubling them I often hear the phrase “how could I have missed this?”. Total confusion, sometimes even desperation, is in their eyes.

It’s often a relief for people to hear that so many of us “miss this”.

Something as basic as eating - is a big deal. How do we really look at something this primal without judgment? How do we change our reactions to these ideas and patterns that have formed before birth?