Press

National Geographic Magazine

"A Challenge for Girls Today: Moving Beyond 'How Do I Look?'" by Tina Rosenburg

In this article, Dr. Moore's work and the birth of Embody Love Movement is described by the author as an impactful revolutionary social justice movement.

Yoga Journal

Melody Moore: Self-Love + Embracing Your Inner Beauty by Seane Corn

“A clinical psychologist shares how yoga can help people embrace their emotions and embody self-love.”

Yoga Journal

Melody Moore: Healing Yoga, Eating Disorders & Self-Acceptance by Seane Corn

“The only way systematic change is going to occur is if we as individuals take responsibility to create change within ourselves, because then it’s inevitable that systematic change will occur.”

Mantra Yoga and Health Magazine

"Embody Love Movement: The New Revolution is Self-Acceptance" by Dr. Melody Moore

"There are words for this revolution. There is a new conversation. There is a new chair at a new table, and a new possibility for each of us to contribute to creating a world of unconditional love in action". -Dr. Melody Moore

Sweat Equity

Looking Deeply at Yoga and Body Image by Bonnie Lynch

An in-depth interview with Melody Moore, Ph.D., Seane Corn, and Melanie Klein about yoga and body image.

Running on Om

ROO #213: Lauren Fleshman and Dr. Melody Moore on Changing Eating Disorder Culture in Running

In this episode, Lauren Fleshman and Dr. Melody Moore explore how to change the culture of body image and eating disorders in running. Lauren has 21 years of experience in competitive racing from high school to professional and a degree in Human Biology with a focus on Women’s Health and Athletic Performance. Dr. Moore is a clinical psychologist specializing in eating disorder prevention and recovery and the founder of Embody Love Moment.

Yoga Journal

Eating Disorders: How to have the hard talk by Chelsea Roff

Interviews with Melody Moore, Ph.D., Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, Ph.D, and Bo Forbes, Ph.D.

Yoga Journal

The Truth about Yoga and Eating Disorders by Cheslea Roff

“Yoga taught with breath awareness and mindfulness can help patients learn how to regulate and calm difficult emotions rather than repress them through compulsive behaviors, and also to rediscover a sense of joy in their body and self-acceptance. -Melody Moore, Ph.D., RYT”

Elephant Journal

Practicing Body Acceptance, Compassion, and Community: A conversation with Dr. Melody Moore by Melanie Klein

Melanie Klein, M.A. interviews Melody Moore, Ph.D. on body acceptance, compassion and community.

Yoga International

How Yoga helps you Love your Body by Linda Sparrow

“Yoga can help you learn to love and accept yourself, but only if you embrace the true meaning of the practice.”

It's All Yoga, Baby

Announcing Yoga and Body Image, the book by Roseanne Harvey

Melody Moore is honored to be one of the contributors of the book, Yoga and Body Image.

A Interview with Jennifer Louden

The Life Navigation Course by Jennifer Louden

Interviewing Dr. Melody Moore, Founder of Embody Love Movement

The Body Image Summit

The Body Image Summit 2013 with Dr. Dawn Dalali

Listen to a podcast interview from the Body Image Summit 2013 with Dr. Melody Moore and Dr. Dawn Dalali.

Curvy Yoga

Love, Curvy Yoga: An interview with Dr. Melody Moore of the Embody Love Movement with Anna Guest-Jelley

Melody Moore, Ph.D. is the first guest to be interviewed in Anna Guest-Jelly’s Love, Curvy Yoga’s podcast. Listen here!

Hunter Yoga

Embody Love with Dr. Melody Moore | How yoga can help and hurt your body image Podcast with Hunter Clarke-Fields, MSAE, RYT

How do you feel about your body? If you’ve heard that voice in your head that tells you that you aren’t thin enough, pretty enough… fill in the blank, then you are normal. And isn’t that sad that so many women and girls walk through life feeling not enough?

Daily Mail

Is this the secret to learning to love your body?

Last time Sarah Vine didn’t loathe her figure, she was ten. With unflinching honesty she explains why and how a new blend of yoga and therapy is helping.

Self.com

Once Bawled in Yoga Class—and Now I Know That's Totally Normal

"When we move our bodies and breathe, it gives us an opportunity to work out that tension. As it releases, so too does the emotional story or baggage."