EMPOWERMENT SESSIONS

for women and men

“You make people feel good in their skin. And that is a f**king gift. You have a way of drawing a raw and real beauty out of things I didn’t even know existed and I don’t know how to put that into words.

I genuinely have never felt more okay in my body and it triggered a whole series of empowering events that I haven’t even comprehended yet. ”

 

- Amy Gillan, The Yoga Shed

More information coming soon...

WHEN DID WE BECOME SO SELF CONSCIOUS?

And what is it about us humans that makes us criticise ourselves so much?

Is it that we are constantly seeing ‘beautiful’ people portrayed a certain way in the media? The idea of what is ‘perfect’ and ‘normal’ being consistently shoved in our faces over and over from the moment we took our first breath. Or is it an innate part of being human that we have a tendency to compare? 

 

Empowerment sessions are all about dropping those social constructs and discovering that each of us is beautiful in our own unique way. 

'NORMAL' DOESN'T EXIST IN THIS SPACE.

I know you are probably wondering how, thinking about your awkwardness in front of the camera and maybe deciding this is an impossible feat. 

Just leave it with me, I have special photographer powers...

 

Session ranging from 1 hour to 3 hours.

Please enquire with me for pricing and info, tell me your vision or we can dream one up together…

LET'S TALK

If you are interested in creating some magic with me, please shoot me an email with lots of detail about your ideas and plans...

I can't wait to hear from you!

 

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