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Pamela Madsen, Co-Founder Back to The Body: Sensuous Retreats For Women

Find out more at BeingShameless.com

Pamela, a veteran advocate and educator (yes, she’s been on Oprah!) has taken her no-holds-barred pioneering work in infertility to a new arena: genuine sexual liberation and self-acceptance for all women.

Pamela’s full-bodied mix of intelligence, humor and startling vulnerability has made her one of the most mediagenic vadvocates for integrated sexuality and a taboo-buster around body image.

She’s a featured blogger on Psychology Today and Huffington Post whose entries are regularly picked up by major media outlets--from Jezebel and New York Magazine to The New York Times. And on January 18, 2011, Pamela’s first book, “Shameless: How I Ditched the Diet, Got Naked and Found True Pleasure and Somehow Got Home In Time To Cook Dinner” hits the shelves.

Notables such as Dr. Christiane Northrup are calling Pamela “a living, breathing embodiment of the power of pleasure to transform one’s life.”


Now Pamela’s mission is to launch other women on their own journey to self-love. Pulling the essential lessons from her own hysterically funny path, Pamela is teaching women how to harness sensual pleasure to effect change from the inside out.  Pamela discovered that integrated sexuality and touch could break through the walls of shame that keep us tamped down and locked up, that inhibit us from going after what we want, and from living full-throttle and pedal to the metal.


Pamela is rallying women around the country to stop waiting for someday and enjoy being female, right now. It is possible to be free.

“My goal is to help emancipate women from the ‘woulda’s’ and ‘shoulda’s’ that have kept us in denial and darkness for thousands of years. I know it’s possible for women to heal their sexual identities and embrace their bodies and desires in a safe, sane and consensual way—even within the bounds of marriage,” says Pamela.

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