What are my strengths?
I am a Medical Doctor and the first licensed Mindful Eating Trainer in Latvia and an internationally-certified Health and Wellness Coach.
My strengths are my curious mind and tireless desire to learn more and more new knowledge, which I am happy to share to help my clients to feel better.
Years of living in a multicultural environment (1993-1999 in Russia and 2002-2014 in Italy) have given me the opportunity to develop self-tolerance, the ability to see my own and others’ suffering and to assure myself over and over again that the only thing that does not change, is impermanence.
Understanding that change is unavoidable and overcoming it requires us to develop mindfulness, strengthen our cognitive and emotional resilience and stress hardiness.
Inese Millere in facts:
- Medical Doctor (MD).
- Master of Arts Degree in Political Sciences.
- Mindfulness-Based Behavior Change Facilitator Training.
- Professional Neuroplasticity Training with Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
- Wellcoaches Core Health &Wellness Coach Training Program.
- Licensed Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Program Facilitator.
- Wake Up Schools Level 1, Mindfulness for Educators.
- Engaged Mindfulness course, European Institute of Applied Buddhism).
- Corporate Coaching Diploma, Corporate Coach U Italia.
- Corporate and Business Coaching Diploma, U2coach Italy.
- Complementary Health Education Diploma in Holistic Stress Management, College for professional training in Holistic Therapies, UK
Mindful eating is incredibly exciting and transformative. As I "live, breathe and practice" this approach every day, read many studies, I realize again and again how blessed and privileged I am to have this opportunity to help other women learn and use it.
However, the greatest joys, of course, are my clients. To witness their change from appointment to appointment: how they heal their relationship with food, themselves, their bodies; how they regain their freedom.
Mindful eating is a journey towards freedom that we take together.
Mindfulness is my path today - my intellectual and spiritual practice, my code of living. I have remained faithful to the first meditation I learned - mindfulness meditation.
I have been meditating every day since 2009. Mindfulness is my path today - my intellectual and spiritual pr actice, the code of life.
Mindfulness meditation, as explained by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, is a practice that uses the breath as a tool to connect the mind to the body.
The unity of mind and body helps us to come home to ourselves, to understand ourselves, to heal our suffering, and to transform unhealthy habits.
I continuously deepen my mindfulness practice as a student of Thich Nhat Hanh studying applied mindfulness at the European Institute of Applied Buddhism (EIAB) in Germany and at a retreat center in Plum Village, France.
I teach mindfulness practices in my mindfulness-based healthy eating program.
When mindful eating is learned and used, it becomes a powerful tool so that you can reach your full potential in your life, to be your best version, without spending it in the fight against feeling overloaded, stress, and overeating.