Our society has always had a rather fickle relationship with beauty.
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Energy and Aliveness are the Source of Attractivenes
Let's get real about something we've all experienced - overthinking.
In our dance world, we know body language is everything.
Among the show's many memorable scenes, one stands out for its depth and significance.
Ladies, it's time to embrace your worthiness and recognize the beautiful qualities that make you unique.
Today, I want to dive deep into a topic that has been tugging at my heartstrings lately.
In today’s society, women are often bombarded with unrealistic beauty standards and expectations that can lead to self-judgment and negative self-talk.
In our lives, we often encounter situations where we need to have difficult conversations with people.
Another year, another birthday – but this time, it’s my 54th, and I’m feeling particularly reflective.
Feeling desirable and attractive is something that many of us struggle with in middle age.
Midlife can be an intimidating time, as it is when we start to reflect on our lives thus far and to enter another version of ourselves.
While there is no shame in covering your grey hairs, there’s no shame in flaunting them proudly!
Energy is everything. How people look, what they say, how they behave gives you a peek into who they are. However, it’s their energy behind their behavior and words that really matter.
We all deserve to feel sexy, no matter what age. The way you approach life and present yourself will determine if someone notices your beauty or not!
What if we told you that self-love was an energy? Just like any other type of energy, it can be opened and accessed. And when it is open and accessible, it allows for a life full of joy, abundance, and happiness. I created a Sensual Therapeutic Movement in my Body Image Breakthrough Course to help
Do you feel like you're stuck in a never-ending cycle of self-doubt? You're not alone. I know this feeling all too well… I remember feeling so stuck in self-doubt during menopause. Every time I looked in the mirror, I was reminded of how I was losing my beauty. It felt like a never-ending cycle of
I was recently interviewed for 2 hours by a strong and determined group of women who were wanting to hear my thoughts on being a charismatic and desirable woman that attracts quality relationships. One woman raised her hand to ask about balancing her dating life, work life and social life because she was being told
When I launched my free [Sexy-In-Seconds Mini-Series], many women reached out to me wanting to feel at ease with their bodies. They were in disbelief, wondering if it was even possible having reached midlife with an extra 20 pounds, to actually feel desirable and confident. My heart sank when I read those words. I wish
On November 14th, 2021 my Dad passed away. I wanted to keep this to myself for a while as I didn’t want to be inodiated with messages I wasn’t ready to deal with. I needed to manage my energy while I had to finish work commitments before returning home. He was in hospice for 10
Since I’ve launched my Sexy In Seconds Mini-Series, I’ve gotten many questions from women wanting to heal from past trauma, gain self-esteem and feel worthy of love. Every comment touched me, wishing I could take away their pain from the trauma many women experienced. And if there was one emotion that drove their sense of
However, when you judge yourself relentlessly about your weight, hair, thighs, belly fat, wrinkles, aging, and so on, you disconnect from your body, which means you disconnect from feeling desirable. Here is a tool to help you reconnect to your desirability: Imagine your body is a beautiful chateau that you enjoy lounging in for hours, where you
Esther Perel, author of Mating in Captivity & sex therapist, states... “Desire is the antidote to death, an internal death related to a loss of vitality for life.” We can’t live without desire because that would mean that we live without hope, without curiosity and or inspiration. It’s a fundamental human experience that makes us feel alive. The key to desire is using our
It’s kind of a twisted thing if you ask me. So early on, I had to accept that the mirror was a device to help me pay attention to the details needed to improve my dance skills, without it affecting my self-esteem. However, once I became middle aged, making that distinction became more difficult. I
Jean was truly struggling with feeling good about her body. She had put on some weight during the pandemic and was having a hard time “getting her body back”. As I was coaching her through some sensual therapeutic movement, I noticed Jean often shook her head in a disapproving manner at her reflection. My heart