Food tuning

by M. M. on September 24, 2012


Here is my first interview of an upcoming series of recordings with friends and acquaintances who embrace yoga-like paths in all its variety,  since yoga is always more than just the posture– it is a path of mindfulness.

My interview today is with my friend Sophie O’ Gorman who runs a successful  coaching business called “Yomamacoaching.”   Sophie is a self-proclaimed “international citizen,” having an Aussie dad and French mom, who has been living in Paris, France for a number of years.  Here she shares the French love of slowing down to tune in, savor, and enjoy their meals as a mindful practice.

You can reach Sophie at or at for a free 30 minute “Make Your Life Work” chat.

I would love to receive any comments or questions you may have about this, or if you have any suggestions for future topics.


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M.J. October 1, 2012 at 8:07 pm

Loved the interview with Sofie. I totally get the “food trance”. I had the most delicious cauliflower pizza the other night. the cauliflower was soft and slightly browned giving it a very nutty taste, the very thin crust was exceptionally crispy and light and a blend of asiago and other italian cheeses topped it all. I was in 7th heaven. Thanks for the reminder to slow down and enjoy every morsel of food (and life).


Megan McGeary October 1, 2012 at 8:33 pm

I’m there with you and the pizza. In fact, I think I can taste it. Thank you, MJ, for the experience! And for enjoying the interview! xoxx


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