So, How is your booty Living?
Liberated Booty is a movement methodology that explores the kinetic application of fertile radiance in our bodies as mothers and women. It invites participants to become hyper-present with the abundance of their own embodied creative powers, and to engage their dancing body as a generative site for identifying and actualizing their wildest fertility dreams.
Liberated Booty is for anyone seeking to amplify vibrancy and vitality through the collaborative magic of her own breath, blood, and bone. Whether you are preparing to welcome a new baby into your world, untangling the complex and emotional threads of a heartbreak, recovering from fertility trauma or pregnancy loss, navigating the highs and lows of a healing journey, trying to overcome another bout of writer’s block, needing to access soul-deep and authentic clarity for a major life decision—Liberated Booty is here to be a resource for you!
So many ways to liberate that booty…
Schedule a class at YOUR convenience!
All of our classes are by appointment. Register for a class that is already posted on the calendar, or request to have a new date added. You can sign up for 1, 4, or 8 classes!
And did you know Members receive a $200 class credit per annual subscription? Join our Members’ Circle today!
Join us for the next Liberated Booty Open Studio!
Every other month we host an open studio for Liberated Booty that gives folks a chance to get a sense of the movement processes, our class flow, and what life is like at TheFamily Dances.
Catch the next Booty Bundle!
At the end of the month we offer a special bonus for all our Liberated Booty lovers! Stay tuned for the next one!
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Binahkaye Joy is a Mother Mother, fertility dancer, writer, movement facilitator, lactation counselor, creativity coach, and co-creator of TheFamily Dances. She uses movement and dance explorations to engage more deeply with intuition, passion, fertility, healing, and joy. As a facilitator she creates spaces and programs where everyone is encouraged to play and discover the possibilities of their wondrous moving bodies. Binahkaye believes the dance belongs to all us, and that every living being has a sacred dance that is vital to the sustainability of the human family.