Body Trust is ...

... An erotic embodiment collective bringing you retreats, in-person workshops, and other unique ways to activate and strengthen your trust in and connection to your body.

We believe ...

... In the potential of radically inclusive erotic embodiment work, in taking the work in new directions using new technologies and media, and in the deep wisdom of the body.

Learn more about the Body Trust collaborative here.

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REBALANCE: Midwinter Retreat

January 26-29, 2017 in SeattleJanuary 26-29, 2017 online with Lizz & Zed. Come explore rebooting, resilience, and rebalance. Deep temple retreat for women and genderqueer folks, previous experience necessary. More information about the Rebalance retreat?

YEAR WHEEL: Spring Equinox

March 19, 2017 onlineSunday, March 19, 2017. TBA More information about the Year Wheel series?

Dedicated to Your Body for Women

May 26-28th 2017 in Seattle

For all self-identifying women of any expression, including but not limited to straight women, queer women, trans women, cis women, masculine of center women, butch women, femme women, genderqueer women. More information about Dedicated to Your Body?

PORTALS OF PLEASURE

July 19-23, 2017 in New Mexico July 19-23, 2017 Advanced residential for women & genderqueer folks; 5 days long. Residential near Albuquerque, NM. Previous circle experience required. More information about the Portals of Pleasure retreat

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Alex Jade: alex@bodytrustcircle.com
Amy Butcher: amy@bodytrustcircle.com
Lizz Randall: lizz@bodytrustcircle.com
Zed Sinclair: zed@bodytrustcircle.com

"When cultural norms of the mainstream don't fit,

we have to work extra hard to find the truth of our bodies.

Shadow material, cultural shames, and guilts get attached to the skin and the bodies further clouding the search for true self. In the worst case scenarios, our body's truth is left invisible, disconnected, unseen, and our armoring becomes so strong and inflexible that we can't allow the access (to self or others) that we desire. But at best, these challenges allow us to step into our bodies with deep, solid self-knowledge and keen awareness of what mainstream often finds invisible, thus never questions. That is what creates the queer guides who bridge the known and unknown."

Amy Butcher, Chief of Whimsy for Body Trust