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with Kimberly Ann Johnson & Sil Reynolds


Initiated Mothers

Reimagination, Redefinition and Reclamation

We have an opportunity to do something that many of our mothers could not or did not.

We can awaken the intuition and instincts that are necessary to Mother our children and mother ourselves, apart from all of the voices vying for our attention, and in some cases, indoctrination.

There is a new mother being born.

We birth ourselves as mothers and are called to reparent ourselves as our children grow. This is done most easily in sisterhood, with the guidance of mentors and wise women.

In this four week dive, we will call on the foundational wisdom of mythological archetypes, in the lineage of Carl Jung, as transmitted through Marion Woodman and now Sil Reynolds.

We can become the Initiated Mothers.  


A Four Week Experience with Sil Reynolds and Kimberly Johnson

A look into intergenerational healing through mothering. Join us in this conversation about fate, destiny, epigenetics and motherhood.


Date: Tuesdays in June- 4, 11, 17, 25

Time: 11am PST/ 2pm EST via Zoom

Community Support: Facebook group forum

Pricing: $197 regular pricing | $177 early bird pricing

All classes will be recorded if you cannot attend live.


What People Are Saying:

Not having a group of mothers around me and not really being able to share my experiences with my own mother and sister, I didn’t have many models for what a truly embodied, accepting, wise, loving, feminine, open mother looked or acted like. Listening to you and Sil and the other mothers in the Facebook group, I was able to see examples of the mom I could be and the mom I want to be.
This class has softened me. Given me a greater range of compassion for my experiences as a woman and as a mother.
One thing is the knowledge that when I do the deep inner work I heal not only myself but past and future generations. It’s conciousness.

Your Teachers

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Kimberly Johnson

Fun fact: Kimberly did her Somatic Experiencing training in Portuguese.

Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution practitioner, Structural Integration practitioner, birth doula, and single mom. She specializes in helping women prepare for birth, recover from birth injuries and birth trauma, and heal from sexual trauma. She is the author of The Fourth Trimester: A Postpartum Guide to Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions and Restoring Your Vitality 

Through her signature online courses Forging a Feminine Path: An Embodied Conversation of Sexuality and Spirituality, Activate Your Inner Jaguar: Embodied Consent and a Real World Understanding of Your Nervous System, and MotherCircle, she has led thousands of women through the process of reclaiming their voices and landing in their bodies as the protagonists of their stories. 


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Sil Reynolds

Fun Fact: Kimberly, Sil, and Eliza all went to Brown University

Sil Reynolds is a mother and a mothering expert. She is the co-author of Mothering and Daughtering: Keeping Your Bond Strong Through the Teen Years, and the co-host of We Thrive TV with her daughter Eliza. The mother-daughter duo have taught sold-out workshops nation-wide for thousands of mothers and their preteen and teen daughters for the past 15 years.

On her own, Sil brings 35 years as a Family Nurse Practitioner and psychotherapist to her current work as a one-on-one mother-daughter coach. She was a senior student of renowned Jungian analyst Marion Woodman. As a specialist in eating disorders and body image, she’s taught Geneen Roth’s Breaking Free from Emotional Eating workshops. She has taught at Omega, Kripalu, Esalen and Multiversity. But the crown jewel in her resume is, of course, her daughter Eliza. Fun fact: Sil brought the first yoga class ever to Brown University as an undergrad, as Eliza calls it, this = awesome hippie lady status.



Join Sil and Kimberly

Together, Kimberly and Sil span four generations of mothering. Kimberly has supported women primarily in the postpartum threshold, while Sil has supported mothers primarily at the threshold of the teenage years. Both are steeped in a new vision to rewrite the narratives of these benchmark times into transformative and ripening opportunities rather than depressing, demoralizing ruptures to survive.