Luscious ~ Sensual Embodiment Workshop
“Wound tight like a spring”
“Stuck on auto-pilot”
“A volcano ready to erupt”
Have any of these become your default setting?
Over time, under continual stress and pressure, our bodies can settle into engrained states of being that simply don’t feel good.
And once our system finds these ways to cope, even if we wish we could unwind, thinking our way to change won’t work (and this can make us more frustrated!)
The truth is, the path to feeling genuinely softer, slower, more open and receptive is to come back to the senses.
And the good news is, even when we’re out of practice, our body holds the luscious codes we desire to return to.
Your sensual landscape is rich and delicious… and just waiting for you to come home and relish in it.
Imagine a nourishing and enlivening evening, anchored in safety and support, that has you walking away drenched in the luscious remembering of your feminine form.With two experienced facilitators as your loving guides, Luscious is a unique sensory and movement journey for women yearning to revive their creative flow and embodied expression.
ABOUT LISA ROSE:
Seven years ago, following feeling disconnected and numb as a new mother, I attended a weekend workshop with Holly with some friends. I had no idea what I was getting myself into at the time. Yet, this profound dance changed my awareness and love for my body – and that changed my life forever.
My SED practice continues to help me remain grounded in my physical body and in tune with my emotional state. I am my true self. Devoted. Magnetic, Juicy.
I’m super excited to now guide women, mothers and lovers who have lost that deep connection with self through the amazing self-connecting journey of Sensual Embodied Dance®
ABOUT KATE LEIPER:
As Creatress of the SensuAlchemy School of Embodied Grief & Pleasure and the SensuAlchemy School Podcast, Kate Leiper was born and raised in Australia yet began her professional life as a Drama Teacher in the UK. After years travelling through Europe and Asia, on returning home Kate embarked on 4 years of Counselling and Psychotherapy postgraduate studies. While working clinically with perinatal women, she realised that where most were used to intellectually processing their thoughts and feelings, developing intimacy and literacy with the language of their body was a challenge.
Bridging the realms of psychotherapy and grounded spirituality through the art of feminine embodiment, Kate offers a revolutionary approach to grief and loss through embodied pleasure healing. With emphasis on sensual movement, ritual and creative expression, Kate helps women transmute their pain into aliveness and personal power.