19 June 2022
Join us in a 3.5-hour immersive women only nude workshop where you will discover a new relationship with your nude body. You will walk away from NudeUP free to be whoever you want to be, loving every inch of yourself. No experience is required in our safe and warmly lit environment.
what to expect:
two phenominal facilitators
embodiment dance therapy
presence & self-awareness practices
powerfully connecting & sharing with your sisters
professional celebratory photography for you to keep
what to bring:
notepad & pen
Brisbane QLD Australia
Venue address provided after booking
Founder of Wild Waratah, Bianca Young's practice is derived from Kundalini Alchemical Dance, Body:Mind Centreing, Psychosomatic Therapy, Reiki, Intuitive Bodywork and Mindfulness Meditation and sprinkles of many other powerful techniques that have touched her own journey of healing.
An individuals journey of self discovery, belonging and deep self love is Bianca's deepest purpose.
Bianca leads with love, patience and understanding, she motivates an authentic self love in others, always with open arms and a hand to hold through the journey of unexplored terrain.
Find out more about Biance here.
Britt Furlanis created NudeUP out of her burning desire for all women to love their body after she experienced profound love and adoration for her own body whilst participating in a wild nude women's weekend.
After living with bulimia for 10 years, in 2019 Britt decided to take on her mental health and has since recovered and openly shares about her journey.
She has a passion for all women to have the freedom to be whoever they want to be and loves bringing women together to create incredible, life-changing experiences such as NudeUP.
Find out more about Britt here.
Discover a new relationship to your nude body
Halou Photograhy by Hannah
Hannah's passion is for all walks of life to feel represented and seen. She wants to be part of a movement that shows every woman that they are the most beautiful in them selves, every woman is fashionable and worthy of feeling divine.
Within two weeks of NudeUP each woman will receive access to the private gallery of the group photography taken at the end of the workshop.
10% of proceeds go to the
Mental Awareness Foundation
The mission of the Mental Awareness Foundation is to support organisations and charities directly on the front line of mental health services.
The aim of the Foundation is to raise awareness of depression and mental illness, through funding programs, events, and stakeholder initiatives, while supporting the preservation of life.