January 2021

Review and Renew: Escape the 2020 Slump and Set Smarter Goals in the New Year (Webinar Series)

This series of 4 live webinars takes a different approach to getting past the potential excesses of 2020 and setting health and weight loss goals for the new year. Strong willpower and high levels of motivation can get you started on the path to success, but they aren’t enough to keep you there. You have to outsmart your own biology and override some of the most powerful instincts that kept your ancestors from starving to death. This mini-course will help you do just that, using evidence-based strategies to work with your Stone Age body and mind, not against them.

Featuring special guest interviews with Dr. Doug Lisle and Dr. Michael Greger.

Webinar dates: January 26-29, 2021

Day 1: “I Know What to Do, I Just Can’t Seem to Do it”—an overview of the biological, psychological, and social forces that make sustaining a healthy lifestyle so difficult in the modern environment. (with Dr. Jen Howk)

Day 2: “Beat Your Genes”—an interview with clinical evolutionary psychologist Dr. Doug Lisle.

Day 3: “Greens, Goals, and (Dr.) Greger”—an interview with “How Not to Diet” physician and author Dr. Michael Greger.

Day 4: Q&A with Dr. Jen Howk

***Registration includes access to recorded replay of full series. Registration closes at 11:59pm Pacific time 1/25.


February “Virtual Village” Group Coaching (Registration closes 1/31)

This is a monthly virtual gathering on Zoom that seeks to mimic the evening campfire gathering in a small Stone Age village. Discussion will be guided by principles of evolutionary psychology and tools from mindfulness practices and traditions. We will meet every Sunday in February at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern. If you can’t make it live, recordings will be available on replay.

Meeting dates (approx 1 hour each) @ 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern
February 7, 14, 21, and 28.

For a video that explains a bit more of my background and my general approach to this group coaching project, you can watch this intro to December’s group, “Moments of Zen.”