International Yoga Teacher Katrina Love Senn Shares Her Healing Approach To Weight Loss

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Katrina Love Senn is an international yoga teacher, healer and author of the ground breaking book ‘Losing Weight is a Healing Journey: A Woman’s Guide to Losing Weight Naturally’.

Katrina has been featured on Sky TV, Natural Health magazine and High Spirit magazine. She is a Featured Expert for popular US lifestyle and wellness blog, MindBodyGreen and is a regular contributor for Elephant Journal.

She is a natural intuitive and has a fun, warm and heart-centred approach to living and life. She infuses her teaching with inspiration, love and encouragement.

Her work is based upon how she healed and transformed her own life. On her healing journey, she lost over 60 pounds for good as well as healed a number of chronic health conditions, including asthma, eczema and adrenal exhaustion, with no diets, drugs or deprivation.

To know her complete story, Women Fitness thought of catching up with Katrina Love Senn.

Movement and Work Out Routine:

On my weight loss healing journey, I committed to doing at least 15 minutes of movement, every single day.

Specifically, this would involve 15-30 minutes of brisk walking most days.

On the days that I had more time (approximately 3-5 times a week), I would also add in 30 minutes of yoga and gentle stretching.

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Here is a chart that summarizes the specific foods that I would typically eat ‘before’ and ‘during’ my weight loss journey:

 

Katrina’s typical food day comparison.

Before losing weight.

Whilst I lost weight.

Breakfast

Time: 10am

Coffee
Muffin orCroissant orDanish pastry orWhite Toast or bread roll  with Butter

Time: 8am

1 x glass of water with fresh lemon
1 x cup of tea or coffee substitute drink

1 x large bowl of fruit salad or
1 x large bowl of porridge and soy milk or
1 x medium bowl of bircher muesli or
2-3 x poached eggs on spinach (Unlimited) or
2-3 x scrambled eggs on brown toast

Morningsnack

Time: 12pm

Low fat muesli bar orProtein bar

Time: 10am

1 x plate of raw vegetables (unlimited) and hummus or
3 x rice crackers and hummus or
1 x large green smoothie or glass of fresh green juice or carrot juice.

Lunch

Time: 3pm

Pastry and coffee orLow fat ‘diet’ yogurt orBagel with cream cheese

Time: 12pm

1 x piece of fish/salmon/chicken, large green salad (unlimited) and 1 cup of brown rice or
1-2 rolls of salmon & avocado sushi with salad  (unlimited)
2 x hard boiled eggs, with 1 x half avocado with lemon juice, sea salt and salad (unlimited)

Afternoonsnack

Time: 6pm

Chocolate biscuit & tea orChocolate bar or
Protein bar or
A glass of wine andnibbles

Time: 3pm

1 cup of Miso soup or
1- 2 large handfuls of dried fruit or
Dark chocolate or Pumpkin seeds

Dinner

Time: 9pm

Hot chips orVegetarian kebab orIndian take-away

Time: 6pm

Salad with tofu / chicken /vegestir fry or
Salad with fish curry and unlimited vegetables or

Vegetable soup (unlimited)

AfterDinner

Time: 11pm

Hot chocolate andbiscuits

No food 3 hours beforebed.

Waterconsumed

1 – 2 glasses of water perday

6 – 8 glasses of water perday

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