In a Woman’s Body is a global movement of women who want to learn about female sexuality, menstruation and other intertwined themes. By building hidden knowledge about female sexuality and creating empathic & supportive spaces we envision to empowered women in our bodies, and through it end the sexual harassment the world.
In a Woman’s Body is a global movement of women who want to learn about female sexuality, menstruation and other intertwined themes. By building hidden knowledge about female sexuality and creating empathic & supportive spaces we envision to empowered women in our bodies, and through it end the sexual harassment the world.
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When I was 10 years old I began to be aware of my sexuality and became curious in the new feelings that this brought. Shortly after the outside world began to see me in a sexual way. And I felt that my value was not so much seen any more in who I was a person but in body.

My natural curiosity slowly went away and I began to dissociate from my body, it slowly became an uncomfortable part of me. I became the role the external world decided for me and in that way my I was put what I now call being put in my personal jail.

Looking back, I feel really uncomfortable. My body was used and I allowed that to happened. And all because I was given a role that I didn’t choose.

Sexual experiences I had, I hardly remember them. I disconnected from my sexuality and at the same time I gave sex a really important role of my life.

I most probably decided that it was better to disconnect from my body. It felt like it was not about me, so I lost connection with myself and my sexuality to not feel the pain.

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When I was 10 years old I began to be aware of my sexuality and became curious in the new feelings that this brought. Shortly after the outside world began to see me in a sexual way. And I felt that my value was not so much seen any more in who I was a person but in body.

My natural curiosity slowly went away and I began to dissociate from my body, it slowly became an uncomfortable part of me. I became the role the external world decided for me and in that way my I was put what I now call being put in my personal jail.

Looking back, I feel really uncomfortable. My body was used and I allowed that to happened. And all because I was given a role that I didn’t choose.

Sexual experiences I had, I hardly remember them. I disconnected from my sexuality and at the same time I gave sex a really important role of my life.

I most probably decided that it was better to disconnect from my body. It felt like it was not about me, so I lost connection with myself and my sexuality to not feel the pain.

I still always had a strong intuition that told me that this was not the way it was supposed to be.
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In my early 20s I finally began to recover the connection with my body. Through that my natural intuition came back and I realized that something was really wrong. I searched for solutions outside by changing jobs or countries but it didn’t work.

Through taking part on women’s circles and the help of other women, I realized that what had made me unhappy was that I was deeply traumatized sexually and completely disconnected from myself. I couldn’t deny it anymore.

Connecting with other women has this power.

Somewhere along the line, I have disconnected from my creativity and the trust on myself. I realized that actually I had disconnected from my whole power.

I finally took the step to reach out to a female therapist. We worked together through different layers of pain and trauma that I was carrying inside of me. And finally, at the bottom of my sexual trauma I found my real calling. Which is working with and for women.

I had spent the last years searching for my power outside when the way to get it back was through connecting with my sexuality.

This was the beginning of a wild, sometimes painful, incredible journey. During which I read from piles of books, learn from the best teachers and guides and specifically from my own body.

I have learned how it is to be in a woman’s body when you are free to choose the role you want to have in the society. I have focused specifically in how connecting with your sexuality and menstruation can help you do that.

I still always had a strong intuition that told me that this was not the way it was supposed to be.

In my early 20s I finally began to recover the connection with my body. Through that my natural intuition came back and I realized that something was really wrong. I searched for solutions outside by changing jobs or countries but it didn’t work.

Through taking part on women’s circles and the help of other women, I realized that what had made me unhappy was that I was deeply traumatized sexually and completely disconnected from myself. I couldn’t deny it anymore.

Connecting with other women has this power.

Somewhere along the line, I have disconnected from my creativity and the trust on myself. I realized that actually I had disconnected from my whole power.

I finally took the step to reach out to a female therapist. We worked together through different layers of pain and trauma that I was carrying inside of me. And finally, at the bottom of my sexual trauma I found my real calling. Which is working with and for women.

I had spent the last years searching for my power outside when the way to get it back was through connecting with my sexuality.

This was the beginning of a wild, sometimes painful, incredible journey. During which I read from piles of books, learn from the best teachers and guides and specifically from my own body.

I have learned how it is to be in a woman’s body when you are free to choose the role you want to have in the society. I have focused specifically in how connecting with your sexuality and menstruation can help you do that.

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BACKGROUND

I've learned from leading teachers in sexuality, menstrual cycle awareness, pelvic care, facilitation, psychology and trauma. I have study with sexual coaches, pelvic care practitioners, facilitators, midwifes, dancers and theatre teachers. But my biggest teacher have always been my own body.

My biggest influences are Esther Perel, Tami Lynn Kent and Brené Brown.

EXPERIENCE

I have organized and facilitated workshops in collaboration with companies, such as Betahus Berlin. As well as run my own workshops around Europe.

I support individually women through One-on-One Coaching Sessions. Through these sessions I work with women who want to go through the process of connecting with themselves and have the knowledge that adapts to their situation.

WHAT IS MY APPROACH?

I am building supportive spaces for women by creating a community & a virtual platform through which women can learn about female sexuality, menstruation and other intertwined themes.

I am making hidden knowledge about female sexuality, menstruation and relationships available through my podcast ‘In a Woman's Body Podcast’.

BACKGROUND

I've learned from leading teachers in sexuality, menstrual cycle awareness, pelvic care, facilitation, psychology and trauma. I have study with sexual coaches, pelvic care practitioners, facilitators, midwifes, dancers and theatre teachers. But my biggest teacher have always been my own body.

My biggest influences are Esther Perel, Tami Lynn Kent and Brené Brown.

EXPERIENCE

I've learned from leading teachers in sexuality, menstrual cycle awareness, pelvic care, facilitation, psychology and trauma. I have study with sexual coaches, pelvic care practitioners, facilitators, midwifes, dancers and theatre teachers. But my biggest teacher have always been my own body.

My biggest influences are Esther Perel, Tami Lynn Kent and Brené Brown.

WHAT IS MY APPROACH?

I am building supportive spaces for women by creating a community & a virtual platform through which women can learn about female sexuality, menstruation and other intertwined themes.

I am making hidden knowledge about female sexuality, menstruation and relationships available through my podcast ‘In a Woman's Body Podcast’.