I am dedicated to helping people delve into the taboo places in their lives so that they can find joy and freedom. My style of coaching is boldly honest, yet compassionate and open-minded. I received my Somatic Sex Educator Certification in 2017, my coaching and OM trainer certification through OneTaste in 2011, and my yoga teacher certification from Yoga Works in 2005. In 2014, I completed a 9-month tantric journey lead by renowned teacher, Shakti Malan.
I am a performer and writer with a focus on eating disorders, sexuality, appetite, desire, bisexuality, marriage and entering womanhood through the lens of orgasmic living. I am a recovering anorexic and use the wisdom I have found on my journey to fuel my passions for film, writing, creative performance, volunteering and travel.
PROFESSIONAL ARTIST BIO
Candice is an award-winning author, screenwriter, producer, director, performer, teacher, and coach. Her first book, Reclaiming Eros: A Heroine's Journey, is now available on Amazon.
She wrote the short film, Generations, which is an official selection of 2018's OutFEST, Napa Valley Film Fest, HollyShorts, California Independent Film Fest, Firenze Film Fest, Alameda Film Fest, and Edmonton Film Fest. Generations won Best Short Film at the California Independent Film Festival.
She co-produced and co-directed the music video, RISE/Vulnerable Rally, with Gabriel Diamond (www.outsidefilms.com), which surpassed 1.2 million views on Facebook and had its festival world premiere at Dances With Films in 2018. She co-teaches Blindfolded Contact Dance with Gabriel and also co-founded the Vulnerable Rally movement with him.
Candice won the Best Dramatic Short Script Award for her screenplay, Magdalena, at the 2015 Woods Hole Film Festival and the 2015 California Women's Film Festival. Magdalena was also a semi-finalist at the 2016 Nashville International Film Festival. Her comedy pilot, Shaky Town, was a semi-finalist at the 2016 Creative World Awards.
As a performer, she co-starred in the film, An Affirmative Act, which had a national theatrical release in 10 cities across the US. She is a founding member of New York City's award-winning Flux Theatre Ensemble and co-wrote/co-produced the play, 36:24:36, which premiered at the 2007 NY Fringe Festival.
Candice lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. BFA: Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.