From Self-Doubt to Confidence—Creating Conscious Confident Women

April 18

Event Details

Confidence is more than throwing your shoulders back and holding your head high. It’s having the ability to hold your body with ease, to speak with clarity and, most importantly, projecting an energy of calm strength. Because as soon as you walk in a room, your energy speaks for you.

Pam Reece will teach The NOW community tools to access these qualities through a one-of-a-kind program that blend yoga, meditation, breathing techniques, mindfulness and psychology. You’ll learn:

  • How to eliminate disempowering body language

  • Breathing tools so you can speak with authority (even when you’re nervous)

  • Meditation for calm and laser-like focus

  • How to unstick stress in your body

We will move so comfortable clothes are needed but no yoga experience necessary at all. It’s accessible to everyone. We’ll stretch, breathe, destress and also have a chance to discuss specific scenarios that bring up self-doubt or anxiety and learn to remedy them so you can step into your power and do the work you were meant to do.

About Pam:

Pam Reece combines over 10 years’ experience teaching yoga with her former career as a casting director to run one-of-a-kind programs that give ambitious women tools to elevate their confidence.

Started from frustration of seeing talented, accomplished women battle self-doubt and anxiety, her classes teach women how to move, breathe and think in a way that they feel and project a calm strength in their body and voice so they can hold a room and connect to others.

Her work is based on the belief that you can’t just think your way into confidence or out of stress. Both body and mind have to get in the game to create the energy we want.  

She has been featured in Fit Yoga, Huffington Post, and New York Post. She currently teaches classes at Pure Yoga as well as coaches private clients and corporate workshops in New York City. Learn more at



Wednesday, April 18, 2018
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT


Private residence in Manhattan—address provided after sign up