June 09, 2020 1 min read

Wow, what a powerful episode! Marlee Liss joins us to share her story about why she chose the  restorative justice route with her rapist and how it helped her heal her trauma. Trigger warning: This episode discusses sexual violence and therefore it may bring up some intense emotions. Reminder - all emotions are welcome, be sure to reach out for your resources if you feel you need support, and please be gentle with yourself. 

About our guest: Marlee helps women claim sacred sensuality so they can live in self-love and inner wholeness. As a women’s embodied love coach, author and retreat facilitator, she has worked internationally to inspire transformative healing. Marlee’s work is deeply shaped by her background in social work, trauma-informed yoga, somatic sex education, and body image facilitation. In 2019, Marlee founded an organization called Re-Humanize, focused on uplifting cultural standards of empathy. Marlee has shared her story of restorative justice for sexual violence worldwide across major platforms such as Forbes, Huff Post, Buzzfeed, Mel Robbins Show and more. Marlee is getting ready to launch a sacred sensuality course that you can learn more about at www.marleeliss.com

 

 

 


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