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Yoga + Recovery Chats with Eat Breathe Thrive

When: February 27, 2023 10:00 AM CT
Where: Zoom Webinar

Join ANAD and Eat Breathe Thrive for Yoga + Recovery Chats. Yoga + Recovery Chats is a free joint community event brought to you by two leading nonprofit organizations working to help people recover from eating disorders. Recovery is possible. And we believe yoga and community support make all the difference. Bring your curiosity, compassion, and yoga mat.

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Yoga and Recovery: Healing from Addiction and Eating Disorders

When: September 23-25
Where: Live Online

Yoga professionals, healthcare providers, and anyone interested in connecting with a global network committed to transforming the lives of those affected by addiction and eating disorders:

Registration is now open for the Yoga and Recovery Symposium, a 3-day online event brought to you by the Give Back Yoga Foundation, Eat Breathe Thrive, The International Association of Yoga Therapists, and Y12SR— Yoga of 12-Step Recovery.

You’ll explore cutting-edge research, best practices, and innovative interventions incorporating yoga in both prevention and recovery and walk away with actionable insights and valuable resources to support healing. ANAD’s executive director, Kristen Portland, will be leading a connection session on Friday. Hope to see you there!

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ANAD is grateful to our sponsor, Eating Recovery Center, Pathlight Behavioral Health, the most comprehensive treatment program in the country for patients who struggle with eating disorders and related conditions, and mood & anxiety disorders.


Joyful Cooking with Chef Emily Hersh

When: February 24, 2022, 6 pm CT
Where: Zoom Webinar

Join ANAD and Chef Emily Hersh (Featured on Hell's Kitchen Young Guns, and the YouTube Series "The Self-Help Chef) for mocktails and conversation about food and recovery, followed by a cook-along dinner. We'll also be joined by Niki DuBois, MSSW, LMSW, who will be available throughout the event to provide support, check ins, and thoughts on recovery.

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Insta Live with Anissa Gray

When: February 10, 2022, 6 pm CT
Where: Instagram (@anadhelp)

Watch as ANAD presents Anissa with our 45th Anniversary Award for Representation.

About Anissa: Anissa Gray is the author of The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls. She is a Senior Editor at CNN Worldwide and a contributor to Emmy and DuPont-Columbia award-winning coverage of some of the most consequential stories of our time. She began her career at Reuters as a reporter, based in New York, covering business news and international finance. Born in St. Joseph, Michigan, Gray studied English and American literature at New York University. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her wife.

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ANAD x Kendra Scott Sips N' Sweets

When: February 26, 2022
Where: Various Kendra Scott locations

Join us at our ANAD Happy Hour fundraisers to celebrate Eating Disorder Awareness Week! We'll be hosting in-person events at various Kendra Scott locations. You can also celebrate with us online at Stay tuned for more information!

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Insta Live with Annie Weisman

Watch as Annie Weisman receives the ANAD Award for Visibility!

Ms. Weisman is a TV/film producer whose credits include Physical with Rose Byrne, About a Boy, Desperate Housewives, and Suburgatory.

ANAD is grateful to our Insta Live with Annie Weisman sponsor:

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Insta Live with Patrick Devenny

This Insta Live was sponsored by EDCare. Watch as ANAD presents Patrick with our 45th Anniversary Award for Advocacy.

About Patrick: "My name is Patrick Devenny and I am a former football player, mental health advocate and recovering bulimic. I specialize in helping cut through the BS of what sounds good vs. what males will actually hear and relate to."

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ANAD is grateful to our Insta Live with Patrick Devenny sponsor:

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ANAD presents free educational webinars with specialized clinicians from our treatment center partners. Browse and view previous webinars.