Sonya Renee Taylor, author of The Body Is Not An Apology says “radical self-love is not a destination you are trying to get to; it is where you already are.”
There’s a difference between accepting who we are and being in radical self-love. Acceptance is coming to terms with what is. Radical self-love is a celebration of what is. Not just accepting ourselves as God made us, but finding joy in who we are in mind, body and spirit in the present moment. This workshop will explore how self-acceptance serves as a bridge to radical self-love.
Through group discussion facilitated by yours truly, a bit of personal journaling and a smidge of breath and bodywork, you’ll begin to uncover the stories that have been holding you hostage. You’ll learn what questions to ask when faced with negative thought patterns about your body, your mind, and your spirit. These questions will help you begin the lifelong process of separating the false from the truth.
Expect a couple of fun activities to keep the afternoon light and full of laughter as well as some soulful music and yoga guided by Denay Chatham. Come immerse yourself in a decadent, scented workshop designed to nudge you a little closer to who you’re meant to be.
**This event is open to all individuals over the age of 13 seeking growth and development.