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Alumni Summer Workshop: Every Body is a Summer Body

Every Body is a Summer Body

Alumni Summer Workshop: Every Body is a Summer Body

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Free | Live Interactive Event

In-person at The Renfrew Centers of:
Charlotte, NC • Nashville, TN

Virtual workshop also available.

Hosted by The Renfrew Center

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The term summer body is commonly used to describe society’s unrealistic expectations of what bodies ‘should’ look like in the warmer months. For those in recovery, placing such a strong emphasis on physical appearance can be harmful.

The Renfrew Center invites you to join us for an interactive workshop where we will explore how the four seasons, specifically summer, may impact body image.

Attendees will:

  • Participate in a discussion focused on how the different seasons have an impact on their body image.
  • Learn strategies to engage in activities they enjoy, even when they are experiencing negative feelings about their body.
  • Discover how body image, body neutrality and body positivity impact their progress in recovery.
  • Define steps to experience the Summer months with joy, letting go of the need to change or punish their body.

Charlotte, NC • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET
Nashville, TN • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm CT

*Please Note: Space is limited for our in-person events. Proof of vaccination is required at time of registration and masks are required at the event.

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm PT

*Please Note: Virtual attendees will need access to wi-fi, and a device with a camera, microphone and audio capabilities.

For questions, please contact Jackie Scarlett at [email protected].

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