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LadyVlog: Dance kills Stress!

What is Oxytocin? often called the 'love' hormone - is a naturally occurring hormone in humans. It plays an important role in reducing stress in women. Through Dance it has the ability to reduce tension while you are having fun, building sisterhood and toning your body.

Lady Flows: Integrating what you need

Use this a dancing visualization as a little dose of blissful self-care. Dance it out! If a woman exists from her center, then she is deeply connected with her inherent value and she brings this value to the world.

Ladyvlog: Explore your world… through Senses!

Senses are how we absorb the world around us, they are what shape our experiences. Try this little exploration to open yourself up to the delightful world around you.
Own your Life workshop are monthly at rasalila in Amsterdam.

What happens in an Own Your Life workshop?

You're probably wondering about what will actually happen in a Ladyliciousness workshop, what you should wear and if there's anything you can do to prepare. Check out my vlog for all of the juicy details.

Ladyvlog: My 3 ways of pampering myself

Any client who's worked with me, or joined any of my classes, will know that I talk a lot about taking time out of our lives to pamper ourselves. When I ask these women if they know the importance of taking care of themselves - there is no doubt.…

What do you want more of?

We all seem to be very good at knowing exactly what we don’t want out of life. Have you ever thought what would happen if you started giving what you DO want a little attention?

Zen and the Art of Menstruation Maintenance

Please take a moment to recognise what this means: You can only get pregnant for 1-2 days out of your full cycle. ONE to TWO DAYS!!!!! That’s it. It’s science girls.

What's going inside?

What's going on inside? Keeping and maintaining a healthy body requires a little understanding, awareness, and some tender loving care.

Hello, pussycat.

After western society managed to get through most of modern history treating vulvas like the awesome-sauce eternal life partners that they are, we start individually questioning whether our vulvas are too short, too long, too dark, too pink, not smooth enough… And to be honest, it's no mystery.

I call it our Ladyliciousness.

Imagine a world where women truly acknowledged how completely and wonderfully unique we all are, where each and every one of us instinctively knew that we perceived life in our own distinctive way. That we understood that it was quite impossible…