Stepping Into Vulnerability
Brettany Renée Blatchley

The second session went spectacularly well, and while my poses were actually more challenging, overall the session was easier for me physically. This time I felt like I was more of a collaborator with the artists as we discussed poses. They were thrilled with some of my Degas-inspired bathing poses.

I’ve decided that this is something I really want to do regularly. As difficult as it can be, I find it *so enriching* and *spiritually nourishing*. The experience has already had positive effects in ways in which I allow myself to be vulnerable in the expression of intimacy with other people.

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