Synergy Health & Wellness Announces Healing Body Series Trust Group

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Synergy Health & Wellness is launching a new series of Healing Body Trust® groups. Returning by popular demand after a two-year hiatus due to COVID, the 10-week series will help participants explore a different approach to visualizing their bodies in 2022.

Attendees will be able to join the conversation and explore what it might be like to make peace with food and their bodies, and break free from body shame at the same time.

When: February 23 – April 27
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (every Wednesday)
Format: Virtual, via Google meet
Facilitator: RanDee Anshutz, Dietitian Nutritionist and Body Trust® Certified Provider, Synergy

The series will embrace a supportive environment where brave women and women can gather, discuss and explore a liberating approach to health and vitality. Healing Body Trust® will rekindle the wise voice among participants, quiet the noise of diet culture, and provide support as they claim their right to occupy space in this world. Some of the topics will include, breaking the cycle, weightless self-care, the joyful movement, making peace with food and eating, deconstructing shame and soothing your inner critic.

“When I realized everyone in the group had a variation of the same story, it meant it wasn’t just me. None of us had ever met, yet our stories had similarities It was then that I realized the forces that were driving us to “We are not broken, society’s messages are harmful,” said a Synergy Spring 2019 Healing Body Trust ® attendee.

Registration is open at Prior registration is required.

Synergy Health & Wellness is a comprehensive diabetes and nutrition counseling and massage therapy center. Its AADE Accredited Diabetes program team includes five dietitian nutritionists, a CDE RDN, and offers individual and group training sessions.

Synergy is central Oregon’s largest private clinic serving people with diabetes. This specialty is one of many that Synergy is known for, while the clinic also treats gastrointestinal and kidney disorders, hypertension, eating disorders, body image and weight issues.

More information at or call 541.323-3488.

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