You are always aware of how big your body feels.
You see pics of your facebook friends’ perfect lives, with their perfect beach bodies, and with their perfect babies, and you feel overcome by jealousy and sadness and a worry that you’ll never have even a sliver of that kind of happiness.
Things you dread: spas that won’t have robes big enough, massage tables that aren’t wide enough, and restaurant chairs without space enough.
I get it. I’ve lived it, and still do in some ways. Growing up, I was called “pleasantly plump,” which then became “voluptuous,” which then morphed into less pleasant phrases like “fat” and “chubby” and “plus-sized.”
I also know from experience, that body size doesn’t limit us…we limit ourselves. And I want to work with you to break free of those self-imposed limits, to feel good in your body, and to treat yourself with kindness, gentleness, and compassion.
You CAN learn to quiet the yucky voices in your head that say you’re not good enough and don’t deserve happiness. You CAN choose to surround yourself with people who love you for who you are and who empower you to greatness. You CAN find your soulmate and live happily ever after.
Own your curvaliciousness, rock your confidence, and shock yourself with courageousness.
I was at a huge turning point in my life and I was struggling to find myself in the midst of the mayhem when I met Sophia and decided to work with her. I heard her speak at an event at Sexy Plus, and I just knew from the way she interacted with the crowd that she would be a good fit for me! Something in me resonated with the life experiences she has had.
Working with Sophia is amazing! I was a little nervous before the first call, but she quickly put me at ease. I really appreciated how she asked questions helping us both discover things that I needed to deal with. I find myself using at least one of the tools she shared with me almost daily. One of my biggest a-ha moments was realizing that taking time for myself actually makes me a better version of me for myself, my family, and my friends. Now, I am more centered, and I have learned that if I spend time practicing mindfulness and journaling each morning, I have a much more enjoyable and successful day.