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HOT & HEALTHY HABITS  Nashville | #hhhretreat @AmandaAdams, CPT @AnderWilson, MS, RDN 📝1 Part Conference. 1 Part Party 🎉 15 Anti-Diet, Body Acceptance Speakers ⬇️

http://www.hothealthyhabits.com/retreat-2017

Hiiii everyone!!! I'm @cheerfullychelsea and I'll be your Social Media Master for the best weekend of the whole entire year! #HHHRetreat weekend is finally here AND I CANNOT CONTAIN MY EXCITEMENT!!!
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I am a Nashville native who stumbled upon Hot and Healthy Habits just in time for its launch in January 2016. And y'all, it is with tears in my eyes that I say... I have lived my best life since!! After years of succumbing to the diet industry and the tiny box society wanted me to fit in, I finally have my life back thanks to all that I learned from HHH, and I am NEVER turning back! Not only did this program give me the tools I needed to heal and live a full life, but it also provided me with a support group of women (my fellow #antidietgladiators) to lean on through all my days.
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Your #HHHsisters become your family, and this weekend allows us all to come together from all over the world for an #allthefeels, #allthelaughs, and #allthelove weekend full of memories we hold on so tightly to until the next year. I hope I can give you just a glimpse into the magic that is this weekend! (And I'm already excited to see you in attendance here next summer! 😉)
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Now buckle up because, here we gooooo!!! 🎉💗✨
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📸: @rylansriches

TOMORROW IT ALL STARTS!! We'll see you ladies tomorrow night as we kickoff #HHHretreat weekend at @innerlightyoganashville for the Meet & Greet Cocktail Party! **Pssst! We hope you like chips and guac because @bartacolife is hooking you ladies up! 🌮🥂

Meet this year's Mental Health Panel! (Swipe) 🙌🏼 Join a therapist, psychiatrist, dietitian, fitness professional, and business coach as they share how they engage and wrestle with mental health in their work and their personal lives. They’ll be discussing the connections between mental health and physical health, including gut issues, diets and disordered eating, depression and anxiety, and more. Learn about the breakthroughs panelists have made in their own lives, and supported in the lives of their patients and clients, by taking charge of their mental health
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Mental Health Panelists
• Renee Burwell, LMSW: Nashville Psychotherapist & Sex Educator at Pandora's Awakening
• Dr. Vania Manipod: Board-certified Psychiatrist & Speaker @freudandfashion
@Chr1styHarrison, MPH, RD, CDN: Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Anti-Diet Dietitian, and host of the popular podcast, Food Psych Podcast
@ThatCarolJones: Writer, Speaker, Storyteller, Business Strategist & Coach
@AmandaAdams: Co-Founder of @HotHealthyHabits and former International Fitness Cover Model
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Moderated by Lauren King, PsyD, @southeastpsychnashville's psychologist specializing in eating disorders, anxiety, depression, & trauma
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Special shout out and thanks to this year's featured sponsors!
@zoeskitchen, @innerlightyoganashville, @bartacolife, @nutbutternation, @poppyandmonroe, @theterminalcafe, @junipergreenkitchen, @vinnielouise, @ailacosmetics, @caviarbananasnashville, @myveggiechef, @12thtable, @ilovejuicebar, @frothymonkey, @localcoasters @theposhprivy and more!

#tbt to this time last year, 2 days before the #HHHretreat, where @AnderWilson was 8 months pregnant, finishing last minute retreat details. Superwoman. We can't wait to show baby Drake this weekend what he helped us do last year ;) - Amanda ❤

Meet this year's Body Acceptance Panel! (Swipe) Join six unique women from diverse backgrounds and experiences as they share how they came to a place of body acceptance. You’ll hear stories from body positive change-makers, mental health experts, fitness professionals, and social media influencers. Together with the panelists, you’ll explore the intersections of body image and culture, faith, patriarchy, race, and health during a powerful session of truth telling that will leave you forever changed.
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Panelists
• Ana Rojas Bastidas: CEO of @powertoprevail, Writer & Speaker
• Corissa Enneking: Body Positive Blogger & Activist at @fatgirlflow
@KrystalnClark, M. Ed: Director of student leadership development at Vanderbilt University
@AshleymEaster: Writer, Speaker, & Abuse Victim Activist
@RachelEstapa: Yoga Instructor and Founder & CEO of More to Love
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Moderated by Lauren King, PsyD, @southeastpsychnashville's psychologist specializing in eating disorders, anxiety, depression, & trauma
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Special shout out and thanks to this year's featured sponsors!
@zoeskitchen, @innerlightyoganashville, @bartacolife, @nutbutternation, @poppyandmonroe, @theterminalcafe, @junipergreenkitchen, @vinnielouise, @ailacosmetics, @caviarbananasnashville, @myveggiechef, @12thtable, @ilovejuicebar, @frothymonkey, @localcoasters and more!

In 5 days, close to 100 women will join together in Nashville, TN for the 2017 #HHHRetreat, and we couldn't be more excited! Get ready for the most dynamic #HHHRetreat to date, as we bring you over a dozen experts, influencers, and professionals, to talk about body acceptance, mental health, and making peace with food! (+ one epic cocktail party and brunch! 🥂) *Click link in bio for full weekend itinerary*
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Special thanks to this year's panelists and speakers!
@EmilyContois: MPH, MLA, MA, Researcher & University Instructor, PHD Candidate, American Studies,
Brown University (Keynote : Demystifying Diet Culture)
• Corissa Enneking: Body Positive Blogger & Activist at @fatgirlflow
@KrystalnClark, M. Ed: Director of student leadership development at Vanderbilt University
@AshleymEaster: Writer, Speaker, & Abuse Victim Activist
- @Chr1styHarrison, MPH, RD, CDN: Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Anti-Diet Dietitian, and host of the popular podcast, Food Psych Podcast
• Ana Rojas Bastidas: CEO of @powertoprevail, Writer & Speaker
• Dr. Vania Manipod: Board-certified Psychiatrist & Speaker @freudandfashion
@AmandaAdams: Co-Founder of @HotHealthyHabits and former International Fitness Cover Model
@RachelEstapa: Yoga Instructor and Founder & CEO of More to Love
@MarygHyatt: Life Coach, Entrepreneur, and Body Love Advocate
@AnderWilson, MS, RDN: Co-founder @HotHealthyHabits
Anti-diet Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist
• Marjorie Crawford: Food Blogger & Recipe Developer at @apinchofhealthy Healthy
@ThatCarolJones: Writer, Speaker, Storyteller, Business Strategist & Coach
• Renee Burwell, LMSW: Nashville Psychotherapist & Sex Educator at Pandora's Awakening
• Lauren King, PsyD: @southeastpsychnashville Psychologist specializing in eating disorders, anxiety, depression, & trauma

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Special shout out and thanks to this year's featured sponsors!
@zoeskitchen, @innerlightyoganashville, @bartacolife, @nutbutternation, @poppyandmonroe, @theterminalcafe, @junipergreenkitchen, @vinnielouise, @ailacosmetics, @caviarbananasnashville, @myveggiechef, @12thtable, @ilovejuicebar, @localcoasters and more!

"A turning point in my body love came when I dared to believe that I was capable of enjoying life more in a large body.

For years, I poured my energy into weight-loss with one goal in mind: to be a better version of myself. Only then, would the world open up to me.

Misguided, because even when I lost a ton of weight, I still felt ashamed in my skin.

There is a difference between happiness, enjoyment, love, appreciation, compassion - and all of these depend upon a mindset, not a waist size.

How we’ve been taught to connect with our bodies is so far removed from the truth of this beautiful experience. Our bodies are intimately connected to our deepest thoughts about our worth, our value, our right to be here.

So it makes sense that so many of us - especially women - feel like strangers in our own bodies. We’re taught that enjoyment comes after sacrifice. To experience pleasure only as a reward for being good. That happiness is the currency of worth.

So when I chose to try to send love to my body, any size, I didn’t realize just how revolutionary an act it was going to be. Or how hard it would be to shake the web of lies about what my body was allowed to experience." - #HHHretreat Body Acceptance and Making Peace With Food panelist, @rachelestapa
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We're thrilled to have Rachel a part of next weekend's speaker lineup! (Click link in bio for more details!)

Guess who's joining #HHHretreat again this year?! Get ready for some delicious @bartacolife appetizers at Friday's Meet & Greet Cocktail Party at @innerlightyoganashville! 🌮🥂

ONE WEEK until the #HHHretreat Meet & Greet Cocktail Party at @innerlightyoganashville!
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Ladies, this place is the coolest 😎 and we can't wait to kick off the weekend with all the feel good ILY vibes. Keep a lookout for a discount code to give one of their classes a try while in town! 🙌🏼🎉

"When food is forbidden it becomes irresistible. Even crappy food starts to seem dreamy. Conversely, when food is freely available to you, it loses its magic. This loss of magic that occurs because you have access to food over and over again is called habituation.
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**The massive problem with dieting is that when you restrict food, you do not experience habituation.**
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This means food is always magical and always irresistible.
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Here’s the cycle: You start a new diet/challenge/cleanse/fix/nutrition system/eating lifestyle (there are a million names for diets) on Monday. The week leading up, you eat everything that’s not allowed on your diet. You’ll start your diet with such zeal! Then the rush eventually wears off, you realize you can’t sustain the diet, and you start eating your “forbidden” foods. But you don’t eat them like a “normal person” who experiences habituation. These foods are still irresistible to you! Because they’ve been deprived from you, you eat them in a much greater quantity and with a lot more passion than someone not on a diet.
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This nose dive into forbidden food world then reinforces the false idea that food has to be tightly controlled and you can’t be trusted with it unless you have a plan. Which means you’re going to look for a new diet. Again. And go through the same cycle that leaves you feeling disempowered and defeated. Again.
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Once you allow habituation to take place by getting off the diet train and accepting unconditional permission to eat, your mind and body will start to settle into a comfortable place where food is just food. It’s not scary. You can be trusted around it. You won’t obsess about food, track it, count it, weigh it, and seek it out 24/7. You’ll simply eat." - @anderwilson #HHHretreat Making Peace With Food Panelist .
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Get ready to dive deeper into this topic at this year's retreat during the Making Peace With Food Panel
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ONLY 3 TICKETS LEFT (Click link in bio for details).

Did you see yesterday's email?! 🎉 We're excited to introduce you to *two new* speakers who will be joining the Making Peace With Food Panel at this month's #HHHretreat, moderated by Registered Dietitian Nutritionist & host of the popular Food Psych Podcast, @chr1styharrison! (Swipe to the right above)
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Life Coach, Entrepreneur, & Body Love Advocate @MarygHyatt
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Food Blogger & Recipe Developer Marjorie Crawford (@apinchofhealthy)!

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