Introducing The Sophia Sessions (+ Peak into January Calendar)

Introducing The Sophia Sessions (+ Peak into January Calendar)

The Sophia Sessions is a safe haven for the journey and study of feminine wholeness (which includes sexual well-being!). Here is a home to learn what's true and unlearn what has wounded. It's a place where no topic is off limits and you can ask whatever has been eating away at you in regards to sex, love, relationships, God, and womanhood. I'm honored to hold this space for you and share the teachings and practices and insights that have nourished, healed, and transformed my experience as a woman. When we don't have answers we have a lot of love.

Married or single, you are welcome here. It's a tribe of all ages and backgrounds. The one thing we all have in common is that we are women, we are gracious with one another, and we are learning how to be truly gracious with ourselves. Come join us and look forward to a 2017 full of freedom, healing, laughter, and belonging.

What I Learned By Daring To Be Sexy On My Own Terms

What I Learned By Daring To Be Sexy On My Own Terms

Daring to be a sexy woman on your own terms is a courageous act. 

One of the things I'm learning is that sexiness has everything to do with permission...
The permission I give myself to play, try something new, and radiate confidence even in imperfection.

 

How to Coach Yourself Through an Emotional Breakdown in the Bedroom

How to Coach Yourself Through an Emotional Breakdown in the Bedroom

The bedroom is the place we sleep, make love, and emotionally breakdown.

Sex is powerful and even the hint of it at the wrong moment can send those of us who have suffered any kind of abuse or misuse into she-hulk mode on our husbands.

When you are triggered, you may not even know exactly why you’ve been triggered.

But you don’t have to feel powerless anymore.

Here are 5 things to help you coach yourself through an emotional breakdown in the bedroom...

 

 

An Intro to Sabbatical (and Why We're Taking One)

An Intro to Sabbatical (and Why We're Taking One)

Sabbath challenges the theology of progress by reminding us that we are already and always on sacred ground. The gifts of grace and delight are present and abundant; the time to live and love and give thanks and rest and delight is now, this moment, this day.

The idea of “sabbatical” comes from the the Biblical idea of the “Sabbath year,” which refers to the practice of letting farmland lie fallow once every seven years so it can be restored and replenished and bear fruit again. Sabbaticals do something similar for our souls-- they give us time away from work demands to rest so that our mental, emotional and creative reserves can be replenished and refreshed.