AFTER two years of research, New England woman Shelly Way says she has perfected a sabotage-proof method for women to achieve their weight-loss goals in 2013.
Mrs Way, who has a bachelor of applied science and diploma of education and is a deputy principal at a New England high school, will share her method from 9am on February 24 at West Tamworth League Club.
She said this inaugural seminar was open to both men and women, although it was mainly women who usually chased up ways to lower their weight.
“Every woman faces tremendous pressure from TV and magazines, and even their own family and friends, to be the right size or shape,” said Mrs Way, who invented her own successful method after 38 years of frustration with yo-yo dieting.
“Unfortunately, even for the strongest woman, this culture sets up life-long patterns of self-sabotage that make our lives a misery.
“My method puts a woman back in charge of her own body and mind, freeing her from the treadmill of yo-yo dieting – and from treadmills too, for that matter.”
Mrs Way’s secret to stopping self-sabotage is through a journey of personal discovery and evolution without pills, products, subscriptions, memberships or diet plans.
She said her method enabled women to solve their weight-loss sabotage problems in 80 days or less.
“After that time, they are free of the curse of the yo-yo and can enjoy their lives and feel good in their own bodies, without the self-sabotage problems hanging over their heads,” Mrs Way said.
At the one-day seminar she will share her secret with women from around Tamworth.
Find out more about the seminar through the website www.shellyway. com.au or by texting “gutful” to 0438 912 653.
Part of Mrs Way’s method involves five tips for readers:
o When you want to overindulge, stop and pay close attention to what you actually feel;
o Locate where you feel it in your body;
o Label the feeling as an emotion, e.g. fear;
o Dive into the emotion; and
o Repeatedly ask yourself “What does this emotion remind me of?”