An important skill in regulating eating behaviors is to learn to track our nervous system and learn alternative skills for regulation rather than using food behaviors for regulation. This group is designed to help clients understand the connection between their hyperarousal and hypoarousal states, and how they may have used food behaviors to manage arousal in the past. Participants are then taught about the near and far sense of the body, and how the senses can also support regulation. This process allows us to partner with our body as a resource, rather than be at constant war with it. This class will also discuss the concept of embodiment within ourselves.