Kyla Fox, Author At La Yoga Magazine
She is also a member of the Academy of Eating Disorders and the National Eating Disorders Association. In 2006, she started her career in entertainment industry with the film studio ‘Black Magic Media Group’.
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I studied holistic healing, yoga and meditation in India, and returned to build my practice in Toronto. Kyla’s approach resonates with me because she understands eating disorders, in all of their various forms, are about more than food and body. I love how our team works together to support every client and to help them find their healing in their own unique ways. For the past few years, I have worked in a treatment centre for adolescents struggling with addiction. I recognized the added challenge that comes when manifested in food behaviours since it is something that can’t be totally eliminated.
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Ultimately, I want people to love their body and it gives me so much joy to help as many people as I can down that path towards self-love. I love working with clients to help them find a sense of grounding, ease and peace within themselves, feel at home in their bodies, and deepen their connection to their intuitive wisdom. I also love the centre’s holistic approach to recovery and working alongside a talented and compassionate team of practioners. I always knew that I wanted to be in a helping profession, so connecting that with my love of food inspired me to go into the field of dietetics. I have a passion for connecting with all kinds of people and have developed this through working with a community health centre, an organization in Guelph that provides resources to people in need, and a local neighbourhood group. I believe that food is so much more than just what we put into our bodies, and that everyone deserves to eat without feeling guilt or shame.
I learned to code HTML as a tween and made a very 90’s free website hosted by a service called “0catch”. It had all my fanfiction, hidden “adoptable” creatures called “rabaroos” that I drew myself, and fanart of my “muse” personas, which were a dragon, tiger, fox, and scorpion.
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I find this approach to be the most impactful and sustaining when working with eating disorders. Additionally, since the centre is an immersed outpatient program, a client can practice a new way of living in the environment that they will continue to live post-treatment. Lastly, I love the collaborative approach that allows us to put our heads together to find the most helpful treatment for each client while learning and growing as clinicians too. Over the many years I have been practicing, I’ve dreamt about a way to bridge the gaps in our Toronto system for those affected by eating disorders. The Kyla Fox Centre is the opportunity for people to have clinical therapy and holistic healing right when they need it. It is the opportunity for people to receive treatment from those who deeply understand eating disorders and from those who have immense compassion for those who suffer.
When I began my career as a social worker I gained a lot of experience working with those impacted by experiences of trauma, addictions and other complex mental health issues in both residential settings and in the community. The lack of adequate support for eating disorders often meant that people continued to suffer in silence and never fully received the support they needed. I discovered my passion for health and wellness through lived experiences which made me realize how interconnected physical and mental health are and how important supporting others who struggle with an empathetic ear can be. After graduating with a BA in History at Western University, this passion propelled me to become a certified Holistic Nutrition and Health Coach.
- In supporting clients in connecting to themselves and exploring all their wonderful qualities they began looking within for answers.
- What called me to the work of the centre is the holistic approach to helping others heal while seeing them as individuals with their own unique needs.
- The Kyla Fox Centre is everything that I believe recovery should be about and I hope you will feel the same.
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What called me to the work of the centre is the holistic approach to helping others heal while seeing them as individuals with their own unique needs. I feel so honoured to be part of the Kyla Fox Centre’s multi disciplinary team as we support others on their journey of recovery. Working with such a wonderful and holistic team of people, and supporting each individual client to find peace with food is what drew me to working at the centre. Being a part of the transformations that clients experience through the trajectory of recovery is the most fulfilling work I could imagine. If you had told me when I first decided to pursue nutrition if eating disorders would be the area I’d end up working in, I might not have believed you- but now, I can’t picture my life any other way. Everyone has a story and sharing them not only heightens our awareness, but also solidifies our connection to one another.