The 3 languages your body speaks | Sheila Kelley

The 3 languages your body speaks | Sheila Kelley

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Sheila Kelley believes says there is a completely centered, confident, and fiercely beautiful being in every woman. But we live in a society that rewards the masculine far more than the sensual feminine.

In this talk, Sheila dives deep into the path we evolved as a species, how the natural roles of the feminine have grown increasingly disconnected, and the vast importance for women to reconnect with their emotional and feminine truth.


Sheila is an acclaimed body whisperer, speaker, actress & S Factor founder whose revolutionary teachings have been featured on Oprah, Ellen, TEDx and Tony Robbins.

From intimate gatherings in her home nearly 20 years ago, to studios, programs and retreats all over the world today, Sheila has inspired a unique and vital revolution in female empowerment and embodiment.

When Sheila learned how to tap into and embody her inner feminine fire and sensual identity, a whole new world opened up to her.

Sheila is also known for her roles as Gwen Taylor on L.A. Law, Dr. Charlotte “Charley” Bennett Hayes on Sisters, and Debbie Wexler on The Good Doctor.

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  1. If Sheila speaks "body" why the bedroom gear? I mean if body speaks why is the attire speaking louder than the body? It distracts from a really wonderful talk…. I find comments left about why we should not be commenting on the clothes disingenuous….
    When someone is on stage giving a talk or presentation they are using all aspects of themselves to convey a message. I think in this situation less would be more. (and no, I am not a prude in any way shape or form….) But I did absolutely love the depth of what was said….?.

  2. Bruh why the focus on the dress on the comment section? It doesn't even matter. She deserves respect and kindness, the talk is wonderful and she is ahead of her time. If you are bothered by the clothing maybe you should check your own body image, insecurities and ideas of who deserves your respect.