Self-work workshop participants and hosts are intersectional feminists who know that
1/ True change is a result of action.
2/ We can only hold ourselves accountable for our own happiness.
3/ By putting in self-work, we will not only live more joyful, passionate, and purposeful lives but that we will inspire other womxn to do the same damn thing.
Self-work workshops are a series of workshops that will improve every aspect of your life: career, home, and spirit. Participating women will be able to learn a new skill for their resume, delve deeper into a topic of interest, or learn how to make repairs around their house. Regardless of the subject matter, every workshop will take place in a mansplain-free zone, and will leave you feeling empowered, enlightened and inspired.
Any womxn currently feeling stuck, unhappy, bored, listless, purposeless, or out of touch with her divine femininity. Curiosity didn’t kill the cat, it opened up a world of possibilities for her! Since the dawn of time, society has been putting limits on what womxn can achieve. They were so good at convincing us of our weaknesses that we actually started believing them! As a result, many of us are still walking around as watered down, more prim and proper versions of ourselves. BORING! Well guess what, self work workshops are here to give you a space to safely explore your curiosities so that you can take back your power and start living your vibrant, vivacious, truth.
Yea! The following terms are important to us and define who we are and what we believe.
1/ Feminism- We think Bell Hooks said it best: “Feminism is a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation and oppression and to want for all people, female and male [and all genders], liberation from sexist role patterns, domination and oppression.”
2/ Intersectional Feminism- Feminism which includes women from every race, ability, sexuality, gender, and economic status; which recognizes that power structures and systemic oppression differ across these many experiences; and which prioritizes diversity and inclusion.
3/ Self-work- We have all heard the terms “self-love” and “self-care” but true change involves action. In order to shatter taboos, break cycles, and cut ties with things that no longer serve us, we’ve got to show up and put in the work. “Self-work” refers to the steps you take towards living a more authentic life, separate from the one you inherited or were taught.
Learn how to build a website for your business, polish your public speaking skills,, nail a job interview, or prepare your CV for the German job market.
Learn how to wire a lamp, plant a garden on your balcony, change a bike tire, or build a desk or table.
Learn how to ease menstrual cramps with yoga, how to get started with meditation or how to make your own natural cosmetics.
— Bernard Malamud