Permission to be yourself

I am beautiful.

I matter.

I deserve gentle, loving relationships

I deserve respect.

I deserve good things.

I am more than a mother.

I am wise enough to make decisions.

I deserve nourishment.

I deserve autonomy.

I do not come last.

Perfection isn't youth.

I deserve healthcare.


Radical Self-Acceptance

You are whole and all parts of you are welcome here.


Radical Self-Love

You are loved because you deserve it and don’t have to earn it.


Radical Compassion

It’s human to struggle and be imperfect. You are beautifully human.


Radical Self-Care

You are important. You deserve good things.

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A Welcome From

ania grimone

Before I had credentials I was a girl. Brought up in a culture where I was supposed to be seen, but not heard. I needed to do what I was told and make sure I was “nice”, so no one needed to feel uncomfortable. And give, always give and help, and never say no. But when I was nice, I was told that I was too timid. When I did what I was told, I was criticized for having no spine. Not saying no, ended me in a violent relationship which almost killed me, and giving….always giving, made me exhausted and resentful. 

It took decades of unlearning and re-learning to finally accept that being a woman isn’t a curse. That I deserve good things. That I deserve autonomy, honor, loving and gentle relationships. That I am wise enough to make my own decisions, and that my voice matters, even if, or especially when I say no. 

I see so many of my fellow sisters stuck in the same limiting box of what it means to be a woman today, and I want to show you a way to freedom. To help you learn to care for yourself in such an amazing way, that you become a powerful, sovereign creator of your own life and success, which you were born for. It’s time to remember who we are, and reclaim our right to be ourselves without culture, religion, media or pop culture dictating which character traits or body parts, or behavior we must embrace and what we must hate about ourselves. Join me on this journey of care, celebration and getting back to the essence of who you are.

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Create a foundation of safety in your nervous system through radical self acceptance, boundaries and understanding your limits


Uncover and permanently shift limited beliefs.

Eliminate negative self-talk.


Develop a positive body image

Trust your body.

Understand the impact of emotions on the body and vice versa.


Identify the source of personal power, ways it gets diminished, and how to claim it and strengthen it.

Your Path to Thriving


Understand what makes you tick.

Learn how to meet your needs and drive your purpose.


Learn how to use sexual energy as the source of power, health, creativity, and joy.


Understand and eliminate blocks to the authentic and powerful self-expression.

Own your yes, no, and maybe.

Communicate and negotiate like a pro.


Bring it all together for vibrant and resilient body and mind.
Self Care with Ania Quote

Everyone of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.

Diana, Princess of Wales

When you make a mistake, respond to yourself in a loving way rather than a self-shaming way.

Ellie Holcomb

Be healthy and take care of yourself, but be happy with the beautiful things that make you, you.


When you recover or discover something that nourishes your soul and brings joy, care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life.

Jean Shinoda Bolen

Self-care is never a selfish act—it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.

Parker Palmer

A selection of blogs, videos and poetry…

On The Blog

The Journey Towards Courage. Picking Shadows.

The Journey Towards Courage. Picking Shadows.

The path through healing doesn’t lead through self-improvement. Rather, the pursuit of some scrubbed off version of our perfect self is a perpetuation of the very thing we are trying to escape – the notion that we are broken.

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Safety. How F_ucking The Pillow Can Set You Free

Safety. How F_ucking The Pillow Can Set You Free

If we don’t understand our primal instincts and desires, or worse, suppress and deny them, because of shame or societal conditioning, we turn to dysfunctional behaviors that put us at risk. No boundaries, pleasing others, keeping quiet when everything in you is screaming NO. Or denial, victimhood, control, greed, fear, clinging, when we hear internal ‘I WANT THAT”, but the conditioning is telling us we shouldn’t want. It’s not woman-like to want, to desire, to demand.

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