Wonder Body is a multi-faceted exploration of the ways our bodies can sense, know, and receive pleasure. By using descriptive text, related images, and the act of coloring itself this unusual coloring book creates a rich multi-modal somatic experience of embodiment. Explorations begin with the senses (not just the big five), then through the seven subtle energy centers, and on to a wide variety of unexpected portals of pleasure for the reader's (or colorist's) consideration.

While coloring can be relaxing and meditative, now it can be enlivening too. The colorist brings these pages to life, literally moving them from B&W to Technicolor. This is an experiential adventure—using mind, body and curiosity—to discover all the connections of the Wonder Body!

Wonder Body Connection Tour

We're on the road, touring the US with the coloring book, finding connection and pleasure. Join us!

gifts from the colorists . . .

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Wonder Body Coloring Book
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from Got G’nads Press & Body Trust
$16.95
8.5” x 8.5”
92 pages
36 coloring templates

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How you can get your own copy of Wonder Body

Wonder Body is available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble and other booksellers.

Or order through your local bookstore (we love local bookstores!).

Senses, chakras, purpose, pleasure—Wonder Body is truly Tantric—and absolutely delightful.

— Barbara Carrellas, author of UrbanTantra: Sacred Sex for the 21st Century

This is awesome! And I don’t even like coloring!

— Dr. Betty Martin, creator of the Wheel of Consent

You might know it’s a good idea to learn more about the body. And it’s always a plus when you can have fun doing it. Amy Butcher’s artwork does all that, AND takes you into a cosmic zone of wonder to boot! Trip out about how amazing and diverse we are while you creatively engage with these fantastic pages.

— Carol Queen, PhD and Dr. Robert Lawrence, co-founders of the Center for Sex & Culture

. . . we love the colorists! Show us your work by tagging it #wonderbodyus