Introduction to Body Love with Talia Cooper: addressing the double whammy of feeling bad about feeling bad about your body
Wednesday, April 13th, 7-8 pm
This workshop is for anyone who’s ever felt negatively towards their own body. We will create a supportive space to: learn about the history of the body-positive movement, talk about what this means for us today, and share tips for moving towards body acceptance and finding body peace. We’ll also have time to stretch, breathe and play.
Talia Cooper is a body liberation coach, social change activist and educator, and singer-songwriter. She became an activist as a young person raised in Berkeley, CA. Talia believes that all people are inherently good, wise, and creative, and that loving ourselves is our birthright. As a coach, Talia supports people who want to learn to accept their bodies and free up more time and energy to pursue their dreams. She loves big earrings, good fiction, dancing to pop music, baking cookies, hiking, and singing in groups. Learn more: www.taliacoopercoaching.com.
Register at: tinyurl.com/taliacooper.
This event is supported by the Pitzer Campus Life Committee and is open to 5C students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni.