So far in my work, the theme of womanhood has been a common thread. Maybe its because I am a woman, or maybe it's because I am the type of woman who thrives on the magic that happens when women unite forces. Either way, when it came to continuing 'The Mom Show' I saw women being the centre of it's continued existence.
Women coming alongside other women, women collaborating with women and women becoming a stronger voice in the places they hold in this world.
In saying that, I also believe that my own self-doubt, fear and insecurities are the reasons I feel inclined to focus on women and their experiences. When we unite as women we create spaces for empathy, courage and strength that didn't exist before. We create them for ourselves and future generations. It's not about women who work, women who stay at home, women who have kids, women who don't have kids, women who can't have kids.... It's not about any of that.
It's about ALL of Women. Her story, is my story. My story is her story.
I write from my own experiences and I believe that finding ways to collaborate with other women not only brings unity and compassion but a depth in compassion for each other.
I focus on women because I am one. I was raised by one, and I am raising one.
So yeah, I may not be Lena Dunham, Sarah Polley or Marie Forleo, but I am Amy Grace and what I have to say and share with the other women sitting in the arena of vulnerability with me, is sacred, raw and some real deep shit.
THE MOM SHOW YOGA FLOW
With Katherine King
37 Shaughnessy Place
Sunday May 28th
3:00 - 4:30