My Body Positive

"ditch the diet and change the way you think"

Learn how to stop emotional eating and find Food Freedom


Do you struggle with thoughts like these? 

photo of chocolates to help women eat with body confidence by mindful eating and positive body image workshops and coaching in Bristol

"I no longer feel on a roller coaster of restricting what I eat versus overeating. Recently, I ate an entire pizza & chocolate, enjoying every minute of it without feeling remotely guilty! By listening to my body, eating the food & quantity I want, I feel & look healthier than I have in years!


- Jess

  • Why can’t I stop eating?

  • I just want to feel normal around food

  • Why am I doing this?

  • someone tell me what to do!

  • What’s wrong with me?

  • No one else has this problem

I used to! But not anymore....

Photo of Lisa and client in a Bristol coffee shop talking about better food habits and positive body image.

The Good News..

is that it doesn’t have to be this way!

I know that we are bombarded with messages that say we have to look a certain way to be happy but it's not true.

There is a REAL alternative to obsessing over food choices, your weight and your diet and it involves learning to think about things differently.  

Your relationship with food and yourself can change dramatically. No more guilt, no more self-loathing. Just trusting your body.

Because you can manage this yourself. 

Photo of Lisa and School Pupil eating cake during a ditch the diet mindful eating workshop in Bristol

"I've completely fallen in love with the idea of Mindful Eating! Your workshop has totally changed my mindset and the difference I've felt in my attitude to food is incredible, after only 2 days!

Today I had a sandwich and a packet of crisps for lunch without feeling like I shouldn't and it was LIBERATING!"

- Maisie

my Latest blog Posts

  • Don't waste your life hating your body
    — Lisa Beasley
  • Your body is a vehicle not an ornament
    — Taryn Brumfitt
  • Losing weight does not cure negative Body Image
    — The Body Image Movement
  • Life is too short to be obsessing about food or about what your arms look like in a sleeveless top!
    — Lisa Beasley