Reveal: Reveal, remember, transform, and go deep.


There’s an event coming up in two and a half weeks that I never miss. I’ve attended every year since it started, and I recommend you get on the bandwagon.

It’s called Reveal. It’s a women-only weekend where we’re given permission to be completely our powerful, vulnerable, messy, brilliant selves.

During the weekend we go deep. Beyond the affirmations, worksheets, and partner shares. We go hunting for the unfailing source of love within us. And we find it. Every time.

I have never left Reveal without being soul-shakingly transformed.

Reveal brought me one of my dearest friends in the world, its founder Meggan Watterson.

The second year I attended as a speaker and, after feeling the most magnetic I’ve ever felt giving my workshop, ended up with a book deal.

Every year I’ve left Reveal with the profound awareness that I am whole and complete as a woman, lacking in nothing, and full of love.

We go a lot of places to be reminded of this truth. Sometimes we find it in yoga, on the meditation cushion, in the woods, or while watching HGTV. But it’s usually fleeting. And we don’t always find it where we’re looking for it.

You’ll find what you’re truly looking for at Reveal.


When women get together and leave the layers at home, nothing short of magic ensues. (Tweet it!)

This year is a very unique Reveal for two reasons:

  1. It’s being hosted by Kripalu, a gorgeous retreat center in Western Massachusetts. (I’ve never been there, and I’m so excited to check it out after all these years!)
  1. My mom, Dr. Christiane Northrup, is teaching at Reveal for the first time. This is the first time we’ll be teaching together, and while I’m nervous, I know it will be transformational (for you and for us)!

Reveal-300x300 (1)Plus, you’ll get to bask in the fiery, hilarious glow of my friend Meg as she guides us deeper into what the heck the Divine Feminine means and how that applies to life in 2015. (I promise, it’s so relatable and hilarious you’ll be surprised they don’t teach this stuff in school alongside Home Ec.)

And, my dear friend Rochelle Schieck will be dancing Qoya with us. Having recently returned from a full week of dancing with her in Costa Rica, I can promise you’ll not only feel reborn, you’ll shake some stuff out of your body that’s no longer serving you. And you’ll feel way more free.

And finally we’ll have the gorgeous musical accompaniment of Maya Azucena.

You can get all the details and register HERE.

I’ve never attended another event like this, and I’m pretty sure you haven’t either.

At Reveal we get to show up as all of us.

I get to be speaker and attendee, teacher and participant, leader and follower, brilliant and completely a mess. And so do you.

Come remember with us. I promise it’ll rock your socks off.

Join Meggan Watterson, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Rochelle Schieck, Maya Azucena, and me for Reveal.


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