What is it?
Have you ever truly allowed yourself to be seen?
The Revelation Project offers an empowering perspective on yourself, life and living. It's a process of inquiry achieved though your own authenticity, courage and insight.
This personal workshop is a multi layered experience designed to reveal your essence.
Our package includes a pre and post interview process, workshop photo session including hair & Make-up, and one-on-one coaching to get the most from your TRP experience.
Think about it:
If you went away on a weekend retreat somewhere it would have great value, but it's impact may only last a short while. When you participate in the Reveal You Portrait Workshop the value is ongoing, and the revelations will last a lifetime.
WHAT WILL YOU EXPERIENCE AS A PARTICIPANT?
Our TRP portrait workshop is POWERFUL. Our participants experience a major shift in their lives by participating in this transformative project, and have reported that the project clarified and accelerated both their personal and professional lives infusing them with clarity, inspiration, and growth.
- Our team of professionals surround you with love, pampering, laughter, safe space, and of course…cameras! If this terrifies you, it's ok! It's truly a nurturing experience and you will feel reassured within minutes of entering through our door on your special day.
- We photograph exclusively on Fridays, so we ask that you pick a few dates that work for you, and we will try to book your shoot from one of your choices. Once booked, your coach will contact you with a pre-interview so we can get to know you a bit before your workshop.
- When you show up to the shoot location, you will be welcomed into a safe supportive space where you are free to explore all of who you are and what wants to be revealed. You will get some pampering, meditation, and be guided through your shoot in a way that invites you to find freedom in your process of self-expression and self-discovery. You will be photographed by Kim Fuller, TRP's professional photographer.
- Part of your project includes surrender. Once your images chosen and edited, you'll share them within our community and with your own, via Facebook.
- And finally, we'll conduct your post interview which will be housed on our blog and in our gallery.
Would you like to see a gallery of our participants taken during their workshop? Click Here.
$ 950.00 Includes a 4-5 hour personal photography workshop, support, guidance throughout the shoot, 90 minute session of co-active coaching, amazing images to use via the web ( or order for prints etc) and you will be welcomed into a life-long sisterhood of amazing women who continue to share and explore on our FB group page.
Ready to start your revelation but have more questions?
Just fill out the form below and we will contact you to conduct a quick interview by phone to get your Revelation Project started!
I was the 8th and youngest child born to a US Army Major General and a 'traditional', southern belle, stay-at-home-mom. They were conservative, right-wing, and Catholic, and from a very young age I knew I was very, very different. I was one of only two girls in the family and was a little activist from early on. I was sensitive and different and in my teens, rebellious and moody. I knew I wanted to work with people and eventually wound up in Boston to get my MSW. I worked in nonprofit for 15 years and burned out, and blessedly found the Coaches Training Institute in 2008. Since then, I have worked as a personal and executive coach, psychotherapist, group leader, consultant, and several years ago I was chosen to lead for CTI. I love my work—it is creative, energizing, fun, and intimate. I love helping people tap into greater self-compassion, and to live fuller, more meaningful lives.
I want to be enough. You know, pretty enough, good enough, etc.. When I was little I was sensitive. My parents looked at that as a flaw or as a weakness. As an adult I have faced a domestic abuse situation, and the stigma and shame that came along with it. I have done a lot of soul searching through counseling, reading, conferences, and meditation. I feel stronger and wiser....
When Alyssa arrived to her REVEAL shoot she was very calm, but we knew it had not been an easy morning because she had called letting us know that circumstances out of her control had kept her from arriving earlier. I loved her attitude immediately, because she said out loud the same thing I was thinking moments after walking through the door. That everything that happened was perfect and exactly what she'd needed to be revealed before her shoot even began.
The objectification of women in the media and an unattainable level of beauty. How this ‘desirable beauty’ can destroy the self-worth of many young girls and women. Finding my voice and using it without the fear of judgment...
The biggest challenges that I’ve faced as a woman are somewhat intertwined:
Learning to trust myself and my intuition – Ignoring “the inner voice” never ends well!
Creating harmony between the masculine and feminine energies of life – I spent the first 13 years of my career in highly masculine energy, overcorrected to feminine energy while recapturing it, and now finding the middle ground is still an ongoing journey. Embracing my full magnificence and power – Learning to embrace what is unique and amazing about me has been a process, for sure. It has meant learning to let go of what other people think of me, owning my brilliance (both life experience and intuitive wisdom), and surrendering and letting go....
The only things I know for certain are: I’m a child of God, a daughter and a wife, and I’m the possibility of anything I determine to be. I just ordered a print for my new office space with the quote: “She believed she could, so she did.” Right now for me, that’s the essence of who any of us is… we are whoever we believe we can be, and whoever we believe we are....
I don’t know if these are challenges I would have faced if I wasn’t a woman, but one of the biggest challenges that I have faced is finding my voice and the courage to use it. Another challenge has been to allow myself to truly be seen and heard and taken seriously by those around me, and to really create and own my story and be unapologetic about it. These might be universal “human” challenges, but perhaps they are tied to my gender..
Owning my voice and my power in the present moment, particularly in my role as mother. Much of my life was spent recycling the past, or worrying about the future, causing me to miss some extraordinary gifts in the present moment. This pattern of disharmony within had a ripple effect on myself and my family, causing me to be disconnected from both. The gift of this experience is that the pain and isolation within the role became the doorway into deeper reflection, spiritual growth, and connection. It was actually the catalyst to healing family relationships and discovering my calling..
As a woman… let’s see. . . it starts when I was a girl. I was pretty. So any attention I received was around how I looked. Although I didn't put much value into that myself because I felt uncomfortable with the oogling attention on my appearance. Although others may believe it a blessing, it was very distracting for the rest of my personhood, like distractions from actually communicating. I was nurtured and loved and bullied into silence. As long as I was silent, I was worthy of being in the presence of others. Just be quiet and look pretty. ...
Working full-time and juggling two part-time jobs, plus three boys in sports – it has been tough at times to see straight. I’ve accepted that my house will normally not be clean and we may eat a lot of pizza. I understand that one day my house will be beautifully clean and too quiet.
Years ago in a job in RI and again in 2012, I witnessed women turning against other women in very ugly ways. It was disturbing to see how women can take their own insecurities or ego issues and completely try to annihilate another woman. ...