If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to have more power over food than it has over you, this course is for you.
If you are a woman who has struggled with caring for everyone else’s needs ahead of your own, this course is for you.
If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to be free from life-deadening diets and rigid thinking, this course is for you.
If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to reclaim your vibrancy and health, this course is for you.
If you are a woman who has struggled with food and your body, and you want to live honestly, free from shame and self-hatred, with the vitality you know is in you, this course is for you.
When you complete this program you will be eligible to join Healing Into Wholeness. Your Recovery On Ramp is a pre-requisite for participation guaranteeing that everyone is ready for the deeper level of exploration. You can join sequentially or start RIGHT NOW with the full program: Your 360-Degree Full-Spectrum Recovery (and save 30%!).
12 months of support.
The 16-week Recovery On Ramp program and the Healing Into Wholeness program combined into your 360-Degree Full-Spectrum Recovery.
Two Payment Options:
1 Payment of $2,000
12 Payments of $200
You’re making a great investment in yourself. This is our most popular option because of the success women have recovering their relationships with your body and food (for less than the cost of a monthly grocery bill or gym membership).
16 weeks of support.
When you complete Recovery On Ramp, you can add Healing Into Wholeness to continue your healing journey into your 360-Degree Full-Spectrum Recovery.
Two Options for Investing in Yourself:
1 Payment of $1,600
4 Payments of $500
If you choose to continue on to Healing Into Wholeness, the investment for the additional 8 months of support will be $1200. (Or join the full 360-Degree Full-Spectrum Recovery 12-month program now and save $800!)
Not sure if you’re ready for Hunger, Hope & Healing? Check out the first module.
This 14-day trial is free!
“The HOPE part of hunger, hope, and healing is very true. Before I didn’t see a way out. I am not there yet, but I can see being free of my food addiction as a future reality. This is a life-changing program.”
“The sense of community has been lovely and so integral to my ongoing recovery“
“The most freeing for me was that I could start to let go of the feeling that it was all my fault or that I had to “fix” everything.“
“I just never thought it would matter – taking care of myself. I knew how to take care of others. But, no, not myself. The longer this went on, the more my awareness of myself as someone who needed care shriveled.
“I was fine. Except that I wasn’t. I was deeply damaging myself in private. And seeming fine in public. My anxiety and self-hatred became volcanic. And then I met Sarahjoy.
“Wow, to understand the roots of self-hatred and food compulsion! And, not just to understand it, but to learn how to become free!
“My first steps in self-care felt very awkward. But Sarahjoy’s guidance, step-by step, along the way, I learned how to do it! Self-care became normalized for me! I now nourish my body, my brain, my mind and heart with a love and respect I would never have imagined.”
“I appreciated the concept of there being nothing wrong with me because I believed that there was everything wrong with me. I grew up feeling like I wasn’t enough or that I would never be enough.
“The support I received from Sarahjoy and the other participants helped me believe in myself and that helped propel me forward to the next modules.”
Hunger, Hope & Healing was founded by Sarahjoy Marsh to help women recover from food and body image issues and find freedom from self-hatred, blame and shame.
Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, E-RYT-500, C-IAYT yoga teacher, therapist and author, is a vibrant, compassionate catalyst for transformation to those that suffer from addictions – in particular disordered eating patterns/emotional eating.
The combination of her knowledge of powerful yoga and mindfulness tools, her ability to identify when a conditioned mind crowds out clear thinking and to inspire the courage to bring insight into action, her perspective on the terrain of the stages of recovery and the tools to use along the way to recovery make her methodology (outlined in her book Hunger, Hope & Healing: A Yoga Approach to Reclaiming Your Relationship with Your Body and Food) a comprehensive and effective healing modality.
Her 25+ year training and facilitation background includes transpersonal counseling, art therapy, and community mental health, the psychology of yoga, Ayurveda, and rehabilitative yoga.