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Unapologetically TOO MUCH: Nourishing Our Capacity to be Audacious Women ~ A Collaboration with Anasuya Isaacs
April 4 @ 6:00 pm - April 20 @ 8:30 pm
Nourishing Our Capacity to be Audacious Women
A Collaboration with Anasuya Isaacs
exploring through, art, word, movement, sound, and reflection
In the words of Ursula K. Le Guin
“I know that many men and even women are afraid and angry when women do speak, because in this barbaric society, when women speak truly they speak subversively – they can’t help it: if you’re underneath, if you’re kept down, you break out, you subvert. We are volcanoes. When we women offer our experience as our truth, as human truth, all the maps change. There are new mountains.
That’s what I want – to hear you erupting. You… who don’t know the power in you – I want to hear you.”
Whether you have been shamed for being TOO ______ MUCH or felt the sting of being NOT_____ ENOUGH, you have become someone other than the “YOU” you came here to be. Being shunned for being “too___much” or shrinking to not be “too much” in order to fit in and be accepted has had you reinvent yourself to settle for less than you deserve. Living in the “not _____ enough” world of being seen and not heard, never fully known; of being overlooked and/or taken for granted leaves your precious gifts unseen, unknown, and undervalued.
In these six sessions, we will go on a creative, somatic journey to reclaim our voice, our power to embody fulfilled lives of our own making that we LOVE.
Session 1: What is TOO MUCH?
Session 2: Voicing Our Stories of Being TOO MUCH
Session 3: Rooting Rage & Sorrow for Being TOO MUCH (or not enough)
Session 4: Singing Our Bones: A Declaration to being TOO MUCH
Session 5: ReWilding Our Womb: Claiming Authenticity, Integrity & Agency
Session 6: Becoming Ocean: A Recipe for Being TOO MUCH
Six Session Course on Mondays and Wednesdays
April 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20
4-6:30 pm PST
6-8:30 pm CST
7-9:30 pm EST
RECORDINGS only available for Registered Participants
Open to women around the Globe
Meet my Collaborator…
Anasuya Isaacs is a globetrotting Alchemical Transformation Coach Trainer, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Writer, and Painter. As a Cultural Ambassador, she has developed empowerment programs for people to speak the unspeakable, love their broken selves and own their innate power by combining the power of storytelling, empathy and the creative arts/theater to teach the power of Words to manifest your desired outcomes now. She has empowered Women and young people through her programs all across New York City as a Teaching Artist as well as in France, Kenya, Italy, South Africa and Germany. Trained in the Stanislavsky Method of acting in Paris, France, Anasuya co-founded a theater company in Paris with friends to perform classical French theater in the Commedia dell’Arte style. Returning to the States, she continued as an actress in her own plays and as a spoken word artist. As a lover of words, she has edited and been included in several anthologies of poetry and essays.
As an advocate for women’s leadership, Anasuya is also a Certified and Licensed WomanSpeak Circle Leader, facilitating the unleashing of the brilliance of women’s voices as public speakers. This training expands Anasuya’s healing offering to women and children ready to liberate their voices stolen by trauma from rape, sex trafficking, sexual and physical abuse. As a Certified Intentional Creativity Teacher, Anasuya creates and leads workshops and programs that lead people into a Vision Quest into the heart of their Soul Work and their innate healing capacity using visual art, writing and sacred rituals.
Her longing to be a career diplomat to bring cultures and people together in peace, led Anasuya to study International Relations and Communication at Oberlin College. As required by the US State Department, she became bi-lingual in French, deepening her study of the language at the Sorbonne, Universite de Paris, in Paris, France. She has traveled to 22 countries and has lived in six countries outside of the United States. Witnessing the need for women’s leadership, Anasuya created and has been facilitating her Let Love Lead workshops and programs that ignite the sacred alchemy between theater, poetry, song and art and healing from trauma. This platform creates safe space for understanding between cultures. Most notable is Anasuya’s work fostering dialogue between Germans and the newly arrived Syrian refugees; between Italians and the African asylum seekers crossing the Mediterranean; and between South Africans and their exiled citizens living with AIDS at the height of the AIDS pandemic.