In Person & Virtual Yoga Therapy For Eating Disorders and Body Image

By learning how to breathe deeply, stay present, and open our minds to possibilities versus limitations, yoga can enlighten us to our innate strengths and support us as we take steps to make new choices in our recovery and strengthen body image. The results can be surprisingly empowering. I know because yoga has been the key to my recovery from an eating disorder. Based on my lived experience and professional training as a yoga therapist, my goal is to teach you new tools that will help you get unstuck and moving forward. Together, we can create better habits to support your ongoing relationship with your body and self.  LEARN MORE


"Heart-Centered Healing" Online Course

Our relationships with our body and food can become all consuming. We feel weighed down by shame, worry, guilt, embarrassment, and other feelings that block us from our heart center — the beautiful essence of who we truly are.  I invite you to join me and and Nikki Cook for a special 5-week online course on how to use the Yogic practice of intention setting to heal negative body image and disordered eating from the week of February 26th thru the week of March 26th. $57. LEARN MORE

2018 Body Kindness Project Retreats

Back by popular demand, our Body Kindness Project Weekend Retreat!  Whether you struggle with body image because of your past, weight, race, size, ability, aging, illness, or more, I invite you to join us at the serene Himalayan Institute in the Poconos, PA. No yoga experience is necessary. Our retreats include a unique mix of discussion, journaling, yoga, meditation, art, nature, fun, and support from a like-minded group of individuals who want to create a kind relationship with their bodies. LEARN MORE


New Videos 

I joined with Melainie Rogers, founder of Balance Eating Disorder Treatment, to talk honestly about our experiences as mothers and recovery. Our intention is to offer support and let other women know they are not alone in the challenges of motherhood and recovery.This short video offers a snapshot of what's to come in our 4-part series. Check out the entire series here:

Are you new to yoga and/or do you want to adapt your current yoga practice to support your recovery? I created a 3-part online yoga video series that will introduce you to fundamental yoga poses and offer practical "yoga tools" to help you experience your body as a source of strength. Learn more:


A little bit about me: Hello! I'm Jennifer Kreatsoulas, the mother of two girls, a yoga teacher and yoga therapist, and writer based in Montgomery County, PA, just outside Philadelphia. At the age of 18, I was diagnosed with an eating disorder. More than 20 years later, yoga continues to be a source of steadiness in my recovery process. Besides raising my children, I believe there is nothing more important I can do with my life than to help others with anorexiabulimiabinge eating disorder, other forms of the disease, and body image struggles navigate recovery with yoga. I am dedicated to helping you relearn how to feel safe in your body and empowered in your life.

I invite you to explore my website. You will find publications, my blog (named one of the Top 100 Eating Disorder blogs by Feedspot), and videos about yoga and eating disorder recovery. I offer a variety of services, including 1 x 1 yoga and classes, workshops, and retreats. I also speak and lead yoga classes and seminars at professional events. I'd love to connect on a free 30-minute Discovery Call to learn about you and explore how I can best support you.