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Nourishing Retreat



Join Liz Fayram, RDN, CEDRD, 200 RYT, for a four-hour workshop that blends Intuitive Eating (IE) with gentle yoga to cultivate a peaceful relationship with food and body. We will explore the principles of IE in conversation, embodiment, and yoga asana. IE is rooted in a non-diet, weight inclusive approach to wellness.It focuses on attunement to the body's physical and emotional needs that ultimately supports a deeper healing of unsteady relationships with food, movement, and body image. This uniquely crafted trauma-informed workshop will be accessible to all bodies, genders, and yoga experience.

Please come prepared with lunch for a mid-day mindful meal experience. Breaks will be offered throughout the workshop.


Providence Power Yoga
16 Bassett Street,
Providence RI 02903

Dates and times

Saturday Feb. 9th from 10:30am-2:30pm



Group Therapist

Liz Fayram is a registered dietitian and nutrition therapist specializing in eating disorders, non-diet approaches to wellness, transitions in eating, and making peace with food. Liz practices an Intuitive Eating® and Health At Every Size (HAES)® model to develop a supportive, out-of-the-box and sustainable nutrition path with her clients.

Liz discovered her passion for nutrition and wellness while cooking with her family, taking culinary courses, and participating in athletics. She believes that all foods can nourish the body when in balance, and has passionately dedicated her career to helping others find peace and enjoyment in their relationship with food.

Liz received her BS from Bastyr University's Didactic Program in Dietetics and has extensive experience with eating disorder patients at Cambridge Eating Disorder Center, Metrowest Nutrition, and Simmons College. She is a professional member of the Association for Size Diversity & Health (ASDAH) and a board member of the Rhode Island chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). She brings enthusiasm, warmth, and evidence-based practice into the counseling process to help her clients heal.