Here I Am, This Is Me!

Embracing Your Body with Self-Compassion



Be kind to yourself, celebrate your body and free the power within!


Does your daily practice include negative self-talk, body hatred, and self-loathing? Over the years I have struggled with those ways of mistreating myself. I used to look in the mirror and call myself fat. Then after awhile I stopped looking in the mirror, I stopped looking at my body. I would have jumped out of it and left it behind if I could have.

On the outside I tried to dress nicely, act confident and excel in my work. No one needed to be burdened with my sad story.

Does this sound familiar?

One day and many years later with the help of self compassion, positive affirmations and healing practices I chose to embrace my body with gentleness and kindness. I invite you to join me for an afternoon of vulnerable and real sharing, opening yourself to the practices of self compassion, and meeting and greeting your body in a new and powerful way. We can’t afford to waste any more time on body loathing and self-hatred. The world needs us to be in full power and magnificence!

Open your phone or calendar and look at January 26th, write the words…I choose to embrace my body with self compassion. Now click on the cute little button below and register.

Once you register I will send you a sweet little letter with some ideas about what to bring to make your afternoon as spectacular as possible!

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Rates and Registration

Cost: $50
10 participants

I hope to see you on the roster!

Review full booking terms & conditions.

Cancellation Policy

Workshop fee is non-refundable unless arrangements are made
at least one week prior to the start of the workshop.

Register and you will receive an equipment list and some magic questions to get you started.
First 10 participants are in!

However, those monies may be used for a future program.

The time will come
when, with elation
you will greet yourself arriving
at your own door, in your own mirror
and each will smile at the other’s welcome
— Derek walcott, west indian noble prize winning poet