Embrace: A Body Appreciation Work/Shop for Mothers and Daughters

Sunday, March 24 from 2-4PM at Supernatural

Join us for an afternoon of activities to learn how to reframe our thoughts about our bodies to ones of appreciation & compassion rather than comparison and critique. We will explore these concepts in a safe space with a community of young and mature women. Our desire is to help women love themselves and love each other.


  • Introduction
  • Show and Tell
  • Self Compassion Letter
  • Self Reflection Activity
  • Sharing

This is a free event. All mother-figures & high school age young women welcome: aunts, grandmothers, godparents, sisters, family friends…

Space is limited to 20 participants so please reserve your place here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/embrace-tickets-57843224642

About the organizers:

MAGGIE DERTHICK // FOUNDER : modernly.radical, GIRLS GONE VINYL, a u x e t i c

Daughter. Granddaughter. Sister. Niece. Girl. Friend. Woman. Mother. Mentor. Radical. I have been given this divine feminine experience this lifetime. This ancient energy is meant for everyone and when realized promotes intuition, inclusion, collaboration and creation. I want to help more women (and by the way men) tap into their power by creating safe spaces and promoting practices to break free from the status quo. Modernly.Radically Maggie holds a degree in Marketing and has worked extensively in music event production and promotion in both the US and Europe, artist booking and management, advertising, marketing and social media. Maggie founded two businesses in electronic music; a u x e t i c that gave equal opportunity to young men and women as resident artists and Girls Gone Vinyl with a strict focus on women, creating opportunities and raising awareness for women across the globe. Maggie’s new endeavor,Modernly.Radical, is another step in her journey to take back her life and help others reclaim their lives from the status quo. With Modernly.Radical love of self, of others.


Megan Safford Nishibori has Masters Degrees in Multicultural Education from UMASS Amherst and Clinical Psychology/specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Dominican University, a B.A. in Psychology and Anthropology from University of Rochester and has been involved in the field of counseling and psychotherapy since 2008. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a parent of two children, partner, owner of Wellness As One LLC, Neora Brand Partner, former high school educator of 8 years, Zen Awareness Practitioner and student for over 15 yrs, Recording and Listening Trainer and parent volunteer at her children's school that is focused on supporting gifted children. Over the years Megan has found professionally and personally that looking at the process and direct experience of wellness while using content such as parenting, best supports for the body, anxiety/depression, giftedness, etc. has been the most informative and helpful way to address different issues we all face individually and collectively.


Inspired by her love of lingerie and innovative design, Carlie Quezada founded Supernatural as a space for celebration of femininity and self appreciation. The curation of the shop emphasizes modern design, ethical production and individualistic style. Quezada’s professional background spans from the world of contemporary art to creative production & project management both at large corporations and small, independent design firms.