This deep and enriching experience will help you to:

  • Learn how to tune into and listen to your body so that you can know what you need in the present moment.
  • Explore your relationship with your body through a framework that invites you to look at your own personal history, as well as exploring the greater societal context (i.e. capitalism, white supremacy, gender binaries, patriarchy, ableism, and more).
  • Come together with others in community to support each other through exploring and reframing your collective stories about your bodies.
  • Approach your body as a dear friend and the most powerful relationship in your life.



This program may be right for you if you relate to any of the statements below:

  • Feel shame around your body and want to finally let that go and truly embrace your body for what and who it is.
  • Like your body is in a constant state of stress and burnout.
  • Have grand ideas about running off to the woods and meditating but don’t – or can’t – make time for meditation in your daily life.
  • Chronic health issues and struggle feels like your body has betrayed you.
  • Feel disconnected from yourself and want to feel more centered in your body.
  • Like you’re rushing to get everything done but rarely feel like you’re present in your life.

Hi, I’m Iris. I’m happy to connect with you here!

I’m a certified hypnotherapist with a master’s degree in psychology and two years of master’s degree level courses in nutrition. I am highly sensitive, live with chronic pain, and check in with my body daily. I also struggled with binge eating for years until I discovered hypnotherapy and learned how to dismantle the cultural stories keeping me in a cycle of dieting and bingeing. I bring my own experience into this program along with 9 years of helping womxn build more collaborative and loving relationships with their bodies.

A little more about me: I’m biracial, white-assumed, and always checking my biases and looking to be a better human. I believe that Black lives matter, trans rights are human rights, and feminism must be intersectional.

Program Details:

Reframe Your Body Story will include weekly practices to do on your own, educational readings + emotional and spiritual healing as a community (via phone/Zoom).

Dates: February 28th – May 22nd

Registration closes on February 21st

You will receive a questionnaire from me on February 21st so that I can get to know you better and tailor the program for your specific needs. You’ll receive your first weekly practice on February 28th and we’ll have our first community call on Saturday, March 6th.)

(*Community calls will be held on Saturdays at 11am Arizona time.)

  • Weeks 1-3: Exploring your personal story
  • Weeks 4-6: Exploring societal stories
  • Weeks 7-9: Creating a new story for yourself
  • Weeks 10-12: Stepping into a new story

Bonus Class: Join us for a meditation class with Sha’ Roehm. Sha’ is a meditation teacher who found herself feeling lost in her body before discovering meditation. She now teaches meditation in person and online. Date and time TBD




In order to make this program both intimate and affordable, I’ve created three pricing tiers. The group will be limited to 20 individuals and is open to all genders. No matter which tier you choose, you will receive the full program with all the personal assignments and access to group calls. Please choose the price that feels best to you. If you can pay the higher prices, know that your investment offsets the cost for those who need to pay less. We begin February 21st!

              Tier 1: $550

or 3 monthly installments of $184

$550 Single Payment

Installment Plan


              Tier 2: $950

or 3 monthly installments of $317

$950 Single Payment

Installment Plan

              Tier 3: $1250

or 3 monthly installments of $417

$1250 Single Payment

Installment Plan


Low-Income Scholarship: There are 3 income-based scholarships available. Preference will be given to BIPOC and other marginalized folx. E-mail me at to request a scholarship.

“Iris gives you the tools to slow down and take time for yourself – something most of us forget to do. This year I rested, sought solitude, and self reflected. And I healed a huge broken piece of me. Thank you Iris for your support and encouragement!” – Adrianne

Pin It on Pinterest