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Anita Avalos


Your Body is your One True Home. Why not love where you live?

Stick around and I’ll show you how to:

  • Release weight & body hate without struggle, deprivation, or workouts you hate.
  • Use sensuality, pleasure, & joy to transform your relationship to your body & food.
  • Love your body deeply & create a whole new way of connecting to Her.

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Well, my dear….I haven’t made it to Oprah’s OWN Network just yet…


I DID make it on to Time Warner Cable ☺.

I am so excited to share with you my TV debut on an episode of “Get Fit.”

As part of my mission to spread the good news of how to have a loving, compassionate, and nourishing relationship with body and food to as many people as possible, I am particularly thrilled to get the message out in this format.

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(Yep, that’s me, age 5, dancing my buns off at a wedding. I always loved to move my body and I want to help you reignite the body moving love too! Read on!)

Today is April 1st, the beginning of my favorite month. Spring is HERE and there is a sense of renewal in the air…so it feels like the perfect time for me to give you an amazing challenge., if you are game. Please read on!!

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What I’m about to tell you might shock you…it might even seem at first glance a little contradictory.

I mean, I’ve been up to something that I wouldn’t quite define as my usual way of tapping into my feminine.

See, in addition to my weekly dance classes and feminine ways of moving, I’ve been doing something totally different.

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Ever feel like your inner 2 year old comes out, screaming and kicking…and whining for a cupcake?

Let me just say that mine came to visit big time just a week ago.

Allow me to break this down.

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My Body…A Love Story


Happy Valentine’s Day, you magical gift!

I know that this day can seem like it’s only about the “lovers” out there…when I was single, I used to sorta torture myself because of that. I would find myself buying right into that and feeling sorry for myself because I was “alone.”

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