Learn how to love, honor yourself with workshop in Nevada City
Women of all ages are invited to learn how to deeply love and honor their bodies, according to a press release.
A free mini-workshop, “Empower Yourself by Loving Your Body — The Art of Feeling Good in Your Body as a Woman,” will be offered 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 20 at Inner Path, 200 Commercial St., Nevada City.
The event is taught by local intimacy coach and author Anna-Thea.
Anna-Thea will also discuss creating a more loving relationship with food instead of the love-hate relationship many women experience.
She will also discuss making friends with your emotions, slimming down naturally and the key to healing body image issues.
As a sex educator, Anna-Thea also gives women new insights into their sensual nature.
The mini-workshop is offered for women of all ages.
“I believe every woman can use an inspirational boost,” Anna-Thea said. “I provide simple solutions to complex problems.
“Body image issues, food issues and intimacy issues are common challenges for women,” she said. “I enjoy shedding light on these subjects. Through victory with my own struggles with these issues, I’ve come to believe the best medicine is love.
“When you love yourself, these issues simply go away,” she added.
In addition to being an intimacy coach, Anna-Thea is a level 2 certified Kundalini and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor, as well as a Divine Feminine Educator.
She has a degree in dietetics and graduated with honors from San Francisco State University.
Her mission, she said, is to coach women to feel more comfortable in their bodies and communicate from their hearts.
Anna-Thea is the author of a weekly blog, “Anna-Thea’s Body Wisdom,” and a book, “Empower Yourself by Loving Your Body,” published in 2015.
“We live in transformational times,” Anna-Thea said. “I believe we’re being called to create a better world.
“It’s time to create ways of living that are life-affirming and based on love and connection not fear and separation,” she added. “Women are the leaders of love and will be the leaders of this transformation to a better world. This begins with our relationships with our bodies.”
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