Video: How did Carma, Chelsa and Marsha release pain and suffering from physical abuse?


Meet CarmaChelsa and Marsha – Pay Me What I’m Worth alumni  members.  These three amazing souls are excited and honored to offer special classes for adult survivors of physical and / or emotional abuse.

Our next class for abuse survivors (consisting of 12 pre-screened participants) begins in May 2017. 

  • What did these three brave spirits experience on their 12 month journey (individually and collectively)?
  • Explore how Marsha, Carma and Chelsa are ready to help you release your pain and suffering related to physical and/or emotional abuse.

Backstory . . .

What happens when physical and/or emotional abuse blocks the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness?  For abuse survivors a life free to choose both liberty and happiness seems but a lost dream as they cope with the effects of physical and / or emotional abuse.

In this episode Carma, Chelsa and Marsha share how their Pay Me What I’m Worth journey liberates them from the pain and suffering they carry from past physical and emotional abuse.


Next steps . . .

After this show, join us in our next class series to tap into the wisdom and care that Marsha, Chelsa and  Carma have to offer.

 

Step 1: listen to a few classes to witness first-hand what you’ll experience in class.  All team participants are pre-screen to ensure we co-create a safe space to learn and grow.

 

Step 2:  click this link to download a detailed course program guide.  Guide includes course agenda, price, terms and release form.

While each instructor welcomes anyone to their class, we also provide classes with a specific focus.

  • Carma Spence:  women who experienced abusive men (dating or divorced from abusive men)
  • Chelsa Wells:  women who were abused physically, sexually and emotionally as children
  • Marsha Sortino: women and men who were physically and/or emotionally harmed by the results of addictions, prison time served, poor relationships.
  • Soul Dancer (author):  same-sex oriented souls (bi, gay, lesbian, trans, asexual, queer, pan, etc.) who seek peace with past and present abuse caused by family, friends, religion or society.

 

Step 3:  Contact Soul (after completing the above two steps) for a 30 minute intake interview to explore questions and concerns about taking this class.  Click to email Soul or call 312-268-0000.  If you get voicemail:

  • share a day, time (and time-zone that you’re calling from)  WHEN YOU WILL CALL BACK
  • to ensure privacy (as possibly safety) we will NOT return your call, you must call us.
  • we’ll do our best to be available when you call back at the time / day you share in your voicemail.

Our next class for abuse survivors (consisting of 12 pre-screened participants) begins  May 2017.  Start a new year with a journey to liberate yourself from the doubt, guilt, shame and worry you feel from being abused.



Music: Healing by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.

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