Season 4, Episode 391: Sofiah Thom – Embodiment Coach, Author & Sacred Movement Artist

Today’s guest is Sofiah Thom. Sofiah is an embodiment coach, author, sacred movement artist and entrepreneur committed to guiding women to embody their feminine power and birth their gifts into the world.

Sofiah Thom

She is the CEO of The Temple Body Arts School of Sacred Sensuality and Dance, offering in-depth immersions and certifications, on-line and in-person to train feminine leaders who feel the call to be a part of the rise of the divine feminine.

Alongside her husband Brendan, Sofiah co-founded the Envision Festival in Costa Rica, a conscious festival celebrating music, art and yoga. Together, they co-founded Danyasa Eco-Retreat, a sanctuary for Living Artfully in the beautiful beach town of Dominical, Costa Rica.

You can learn more about her at www.SofiahThom.com.

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