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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Changing Habits to Create a New You

Cynthia M. Spencer

Cynthia M. Spencer, MBA, MDiv., will lead a 12-week class to “change habits, lose weight and create a new you”, in three locations beginning September 4 through November. Spencer practices integrative wellness and is a speaker, teacher, retreat leader, life coach and spiritual director who has spent years learning about nutrition, sleep, mindfulness and other areas. She shares the many habits of living she changed during the 10 years she attained goal weight, losing 140 pounds.

“It’s not a program. It is a guide offering healthy choices for ways to prevent illness and live a vibrant life. It is practicing integrated well-being. It is a challenging, fun-filled class to help you lose layers of excess fat, lists of shoulds and big concrete blocks of ‘I can’t’,” says Spencer. Her approach is inspirational, informational, supportive and life-giving.

Every week, participants will have a short lesson to read at home for each of the five weekdays, then follow-up with answers to questions or actions. There is a one-and-a-half-hour meeting with a small group each week, led by Spencer. This project is meant to inspire, inform and encourage, so there is nothing included to cause a response of guilt. Daily walking is encouraged.

“If you are diligent, you will have made good progress in three months in discovering the magnificent, beautiful person you were designed to be,” enthuses Spencer.

For more information and to register, email [email protected].

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