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You have a reason for being here, and it has nothing to do with how you look!

The Embody Love Movement® is a non-profit organisation, founded by Dr Melody Moore, clinical psychologist, yoga teacher, author and social activist.

Our mission is to resource all self-identifying girls and women to reclaim beauty on their terms by building self-approval and cultivating compassion for themselves and others. We work to dispel beauty myths, to challenge advertising that does not serve us, to change the dialogue around what it means to be 'female' and to separate self-esteem from external appearances – your worth is derived from so much more than your physical appearance.

Please get in touch if you are interested in attending a workshop, becoming an Embody Love Movement® facilitator or if you would like to discuss me offering a workshop at your daughter's school, club or party.


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Embody Love Movement® workshops combine the healing tools of movement, embodied experience and psychodynamic therapy. They are 2-3 hours long, age-specific, experiential and transformative.

Love-in Shine Out • ages 7-11

Inner Beauty Shop • ages 12-18 

Embody Love Workshop • adults


This 15-hour training, delivered over 3 days, enables you, as a inspired and empowered women, to join our incredible international team of facilitators and become certified to deliver the Embody Love Movement's range of workshops for women and girls in your community. Click below to learn more or email me to register your interest

Cost: £300 per person



“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”

Brené Brown

I was so impressed with the Embody Love Movement workshop and the way that Sarah facilitated it with such depth and sensitivity. She created such a safe container that enabled the students to open up and share from their hearts. Over three hours the students were given the opportunity to explore the ways in which the media represents beauty in a very one-dimensional way and to also explore their own perceptions of beauty. Many of the students commented that the workshop helped them to realise that we all struggle with issues of self-worth and comparison to others but we are all beautiful in our own way. When asked if the workshop has changed the way that the students feel about themselves, one commented, “Yes, I see myself now as a beautiful young girl, and I know that I can be whoever I want to be.”

After participating in the workshops I am so excited to be doing the facilitator training with Sarah, so that I can be part of taking this critical message forward and help young women to see and understand their intrinsic worth.

Bek Brown – Adelaide, Australia

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