YOU CAN TRANSFORM YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH

FOOD, WEIGHT AND YOUR BODY

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you gained control of your relationship with food?

Imagine being free of obsessing and stressing about food?

What would it be like to feel good in your body?

Imagine what it would be like to BE FREE from

Avoiding social occasions because of your diet and how you feel about your body.

Diets, calorie counting and meal plans.

Restricting and controlling food.

Now imagine if you could completely transform your relationship with food, and your body and learn how to feel like “a normal person”.

Imagine being able to do all the things you now put on hold because of your diet rules and your body.

Imagine if food was just food!

And now imagine being able to do all of this without a diet or meal plan.

 

 

IMAGINE NEVER STARTING A NEW DIET AGAIN ON MONDAY

Joining the Hub is about empowering you to love your body, and be confident in who you are.

It is about living an amazing life without diets and meal plans.

Transforming your relationship with food, weight and your body means you will completely shatter your old belief systems about yourself and food.

When you do the inner transformational work, diets lose their power.

This is a system with a set of tools and strategies for you to learn how to transform your relationship with food, weight and your body.

I want to show you how I have transformed my relationship with food, weight and my body and helped thousands of women do the same.

I’ve helped them find a quiet mind, so there is no inner chatter around food, or their weight.

To help them live their life now, not two dress sizes from now, or when they’ve reached some magical number on the scales.

Here are a few examples of what you'll discover:

How to fall in love with your life

How to listen to your body

How to have unshakeable confidence

How to never have to diet again

This is not a lifestyle program that focuses on diet, a meal plan, or exercise routines. There are no calorie counting, or fitness apps included.

THE EATING DISORDER RECOVERY HUB INCLUDES ACCESS TO:

Community SupportSUPPORTIVE
COMMUNITY

A private online community of amazing people who will support you and become your greatest cheersquad.

Live WebinarLIVE
WEBINARS

A live online get together once a month, where you celebrate your successes and gain inspiration.

VideosVIDEOS

Exclusive access to 100’s of videos designed to help you transform your relationship with food, weight and your body – for life.

icon_bookshelfBOOKS, EBOOKS,
AUDIO-BOOKS

Get a free audio version of our book, To Eat or Not to Eat, as well as free e-books.

icon_graduationONLINE
COURSES

Online courses full of transformational content to help you shift your relationship to food and your beliefs about yourself.

Top SecretCOMING
SOON

Exclusive access to all new resources and material developed for the program… We have a lot of exciting new stuff in the pipeline!

A little about Evonne

Evonne EnglezosEvonne Englezos

Co-Founder & Director

  • Masters of Applied Social Science (Counselling).
  • B Soc Sc. Grad Dip Counselling.
  • Master NLP Practitioner
  • Recovered bulimia and binge eating sufferer

Evonne won her 14-year battle with an eating disorder, disordered eating and exercise addiction 9 years ago. She now dedicates her life to helping others do the same.
She’s the co-Author of ‘To Eat or Not to Eat’, a woman’s guide to overcoming disordered eating, she’s shared the stage with and worked alongside international experts on women’s issues around food, weight and body image.

Above all, she makes complicated concepts easy to digest and in her work she provides clarity, honesty and a lot of laughter.

Evonne EnglezosEvonne Englezos

Co-Founder & Director

  • Masters of Applied Social Science (Counselling).
  • B Soc Sc. Grad Dip Counselling.
  • Master NLP Practitioner
  • Recovered bulimia and binge eating sufferer

Evonne won her 14-year battle with an eating disorder, disordered eating and exercise addiction 9 years ago. She now dedicates her life to helping others do the same.
She’s the co-Author of ‘To Eat or Not to Eat’, a woman’s guide to overcoming disordered eating, she’s shared the stage with and worked alongside international experts on women’s issues around food, weight and body image.

Above all, she makes complicated concepts easy to digest and in her work she provides clarity, honesty and a lot of laughter.

Praise for the Authors of “To Eat or Not to Eat”,

“In this book, Evonne Englezos and Sue Paton brilliantly describe how struggles with eating and food are about so much more than what is visible to the eye…Using a superb combination of professional expertise and personal experience, they demonstrate how these struggles can be a form of communication from our deepest selves; how the behaviours can be seen as an attempt to express that which we, for one reason or another, are not able to put into words.

Pioneers and intrepid gardeners in the field of eating disorders, they understand that disordered eating behaviours are like weeds.  If you just cut them off from the top, given the right circumstances, they can grow right back.  But if you dig deep and eradicate the roots, you can eliminate them altogether… They describe the skills and tools needed to find freedom from food and weight struggles, and with equal parts empathy, wisdom, and inspiration, show how to make room for a life in which beautiful things can grow and flourish.

Dr. Anita Johnston, Ph.D – Author of Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationships with Food Through Myth, Metaphor, and Storytelling. Anita is also a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) and Director of the Anorexia & Bulimia Center of Hawaii.

What others are saying about the Eating Disorder Recovery Hub...

I just want to say, I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian in Australia, and your site has already taught me far more about my eating disorder than I have learned in my 6 years of university and my 15 + years of intermittent therapy. You guys should be so proud of what clearly has been missing from this ED world! – BS

I’ve suffered with bulimia for over 25 years and have never got so much clarity and understanding of this eating disorder despite seeing several psychologists. I’ve only just begun to unravel the habits that have consumed my life with the help of the eating disorder recovery hub, I can’t thank these guys enough for giving me hope that this fight will one day be over. – LG.

I feel like I finally have found people who understand not only my eating problems but me too! In watching videos, talking to Evonne and participating in the webinars, I am finally at a place where I believe I will recover from this hell. The focus is about true, real change and the knowledge I have gained the past few weeks is so insightful and more than I ever got through all my past work. I have a long road ahead of me but I can finally say I see the light and understand the changes to come. Also, I love the fact that at any given moment I can find help and understanding. This is run by someone who has walked the road I am on so therefore truly gets the meaning of an eating disorder! – CL.

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT

OR ON THE WAY TO WORK

Whenever you need help the most, no matter what time it is. Weekends, public holidays, whatever… If you’re struggling, we’re here, so you’re never alone.

Wherever you are, on any device. You always have access to our valuable support, guidance and resources, but you can participate completely at your own pace.

You can even download select recordings and listen offline. Maybe while you’re commuting… just make sure you don’t miss your stop! 😉

And if you have any technical difficulties, our support team’s always here to help.

FREE AUDIO-BOOK - MEMBERS ONLY OFFER

To Eat or Not to Eat – A woman’s guide to overcoming disordered eating

“This book is wonderful and inspiring. I am 51 and have suffered from a spectrum of eating disorders, primarily Bulimia for around 46 years. I have read lots of books that promised they weren’t diet books and that they would rid me of my eating disorder…in actual fact most of them were souped up diet books. The beauty of TO EAT OR NOT TO EAT is that Evonne completely gets that our disorders are not primarily about eating, but that they are primarily about disordered lives, disordered thinking, disordered views of ourselves. I wept as I read the book. It was talking to my soul, I felt understood and believe me, it is changing my life… not in a magic wand way, but in small steps… sometimes small tough steps, but steps that are enabling me to move forward and make my life better. I couldn’t recommend this book highly enough. It’s wonderful. Thanks Evonne”. 

Lorna. – Feb 2017.

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