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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Are You A Mindful Eater?

imageWhat do eating while watching TV, skipping meals, continuing to eat when full, and the results of the bottomless bowl study have in common? Susan Albers, PsyD, a clinical psychologist at Cleveland Clinic, and author of But I Deserve This Chocolate!, says they are signs of “mindless eating,” which presents a significant barrier to managing your weight and living a healthier life.

Dr. Albers maintains that improving your awareness of why and how you eat, as well as being conscious of what your body tells you throughout the day, will improve your relationship with food while minimizing your risk of obesity, chronic dieting and eating disorders.

The 92Y May Center for Health, Fitness and Sport will host Dr. Albers for a lecture on October 11 where she will discuss how to make the transition from mindless eating to mindful eating. You will learn how to stop your emotions from driving your food decisions, as well as heighten your awareness of the “food messages” your body sends to your brain.

More info, and tickets, here.

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Rabbi Dan Ain’s Six-Word-Memoir: “Beat Your Chest, Repeat After Me”

The Jewish holidays - Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur - are just around the corner. As part of our ongoing series that brings Smith Mag‘s fantastic Six-Word Memoir Project to life, 92YTribeca’s Rabbi-In-Residence Dan Ain took the stage at last week’s “Oy! Only Six? Why Not More?” a Six-Word Story Show on The Jewish Life.

His six-word memoir? “Beat Your Chest, Repeat After Me.” Lucky for you, we got it on tape. Above is Rabbi Dan’s take on High Holidays past and present. Curious? Check out 92YTribeca’s services led by none other than Rabbi Dan himself. More info, and tickets, here.

[Tribeca’s High Holidays with Rabbi Dan Ain with Cantorial Soloist Amanda Soled]

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And The Winner Is… Alaska!

imageThe state with the highest percentage of people who walk to work? Alaska.

We’ve read that 4.3% of Alaskans walk to work, compared to the national average of 1.3%.

Do you walk to work? If you live in Manhattan, you surely do a lot of walking, to work or otherwise! If you’d like to walk more, check out 92Y City Walks. Learn about historic neighborhoods and structures, while getting your walk on! And if the treadmill is more your thing, we have those, too!

[92Y.org/Worlds]

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