Work It Like A Diva: Body Confidence
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Work It Like A Diva: Body Confidence

A fun empowering course to improve your Body Confidence and kick any Self-Image Doubts into touch... (heels optional!)
5.0 (19 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
86 students enrolled
Last updated 12/2016
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What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of this course you will have mastered all moves and steps in this hot little sequence and been guided through the top ten tips for confidence and have applied this to themselves
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  • This course is best watched on a screen big enough for you to be able to follow along with the steps and move, you will need a space large enough to move in; a lounge with the furniture pushed back is ideal. You will need to be willing to look hot and have some serious fun

This course encourages you to embrace yourself and love who you are. How? By enabling you to shed your inhibitions in a non judgemental, sassy, well observed, thought provoking and on point way,

We loved creating this content with the awesome Zoe McNulty with her Superhero skills of embracing, encouraging and empowering!  

She's talking all things quirky, funny and curvelicious. You will feel sexy, strong, energised and more confident in your own skin, with this refreshing take on female body image... with get the chance to try the some moves for yourself. 

It is designed specifically to help women (although sassy guys warmly welcome) to find and release your inner diva and to really allow yourself to be feminine and show off their best features and assets.

This is a fun, value packed, empowering course which will make change the way you think about yourself - and step out into the world with a confident, fabulous spring in your step!

Who is the target audience?
  • This is for everyone who wants to strut their stuff and get the low down on body confirdence, you don't need any experience of dance to have seriously good time. You just need to be interested in body confidence and be ready to try strutting your stuff.
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Curriculum For This Course
9 Lectures
Meet Zoe McNulty your instructor and body confidence and dance teacher.
1 Lecture 04:32

Zoe McNulty is a leading dance fitness presenter, group exercise expert and a Body Positivity activist. 
She specialises in helping women feel good about their figures through fun and feisty dance concepts. 

Her approachability, creativity, dynamic style and her fun personality, combined with a desire to help others has made her a firm favourite with class participants far and wide.

In this first lecture, Zoe introduces herself to you.

Preview 04:32
Wise & Gorgeous Talk to Zoe about all things Body Confidence
2 Lectures 28:34

Body image is the way you perceive and feel about your appearance. Why is body image important? We interview Zoe to find out.

Preview 15:11

The second part of this brilliant interview, where Zoe drops some brilliant truth bombs and will make you look at at the media - and yourself - in a new light.

Part 2 - Wise & Gorgeous talk to Zoe about all things Body Confidence
Top Ten Tips For Body Confidence
1 Lecture 17:16

Well it’s time to get some body confidence

Here are 10 tips to help you feel great in the skin that you are in.

Practical tips from: grooming, walking, your wardrobe, how to hold yourself, not compare yourself with others and how to look the world in the eyes, and celebrate your gorgeous bits.

Top Ten Tips for Body Confidence
Learn some sassy dance and how to Work it Like a Diva with Zoe (heels optional)
5 Lectures 28:23

Get your strut on as Zoe takes you step by step, through these diva moves - Part 1

Preview 05:05

Get your strut on as Zoe takes you step by step, through these diva moves - Part 2

Work it like a Diva 2

Get your strut on as Zoe takes you step by step, through these diva moves - Part 3

Work it like a Diva 3

Get your strut on as Zoe takes you step by step, through these diva moves - Part 4

Work it like a Diva 4

Get your strut on as Zoe takes you step by step, through these diva moves - Part 5

Work it like a Diva 5
About the Instructor
& Claire Wakeford
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100 Students
2 Courses
Instructors at Wise and Gorgeous

Claire Wakeford - Specialises in


Emotional Resilience, 
Anxiety Management
& Well-being through Meditation

Claire’s Mental Health focus and training in Yoga and Mindfulness mean that her expertise strengthens the body and brings emotional well-being and calm to the participant.

Claire has worked in mental health settings in both the voluntary sector
and the NHS for 20 years+ working with people to effect change and improve emotional and physical resilience.

Tanya Grant

Tanya has spent the last 20+ years teaching 1000s of adults and children how to dance, stop dieting, eat well and get into really healthy shape.

Tanya is also Programme Director for WiggleWaggle and wrote the programme,
which focusses on Fitness, through movement and music for ages 0-5.

She runs a successful fitcamp classes and offers personal training at her own private studio. She is a qualified Dance, Health and Fitness teacher in many styles and disciplines, a Championship dancer at National level with a particular interest and further professional training in healthy food and nutrition.

Together Tanya & Claire run Wise and Gorgeous, where they combine all the expertise and experience in podcasts, run courses and retreats - making you wise and gorgeous through Mind, Mood, Body and Food

Guest Instructors 

In Work It Like A Diva - Body Confidence, we introduce to you, the gorgeous Zoe McNulty

Zoe McNulty is a leading dance fitness presenter, group exercise expert and a Body Positivity activist. 
She specialises in helping women feel good about their figures through fun and feisty dance concepts. 

Zoe had always dreamed of being a backing dancer on Top Of The Pops but due to her being larger than a dancer "should be" and because she didn't want to be told she needed to lose weight, she avoided the commercial dance scene and the negative body image that she would undoubtedly have developed if she had decided to go down that road. However with the pressures of society she still struggled with her body through much of her adult life until she realised how much time she had wasted worrying about what others thought of her.

Zoe refers to herself as a champion of curves, and is honoured to be a "Body Image Movement Global Ambassador (BIMGA)"
She would love to see some changes to the Fitness Industry as she is saddened by the message which is being pushed that weight loss = health. The physical, mental, spiritual and emotional damage being done by this elitist approach simply cannot go on.
Zoe now feels more at home in the Health At Every Size (HAES) community and is on  a mission to put things back into perspective and regain some sanity and compassion within the Fitness Industry.

Her approachability, creativity, dynamic style and her fun personality, combined with a desire to help others has made her a firm favourite with class participants far and wide.

Instructor Zoe McNulty
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86 Students
1 Course
Headmistress at School of Strut

Zoe McNulty is a leading Dance Fitness Presenter, Group Exercise Expert and a Body Positivity Activist.

She specialises in helping women feel good about their figures, regardless of shape or size, through fun and feisty dance concepts.

Zoe had always dreamed of being a backing dancer on Top Of The Pops but due to her being larger than a dancer "should be" and because she didn't want to be told she needed to lose weight, she avoided the commercial dance scene and the negative body image that she would undoubtedly have developed if she had decided to go down that road. However with the pressures of society she still struggled with her body through much of her adult life until she realised how much time she had wasted worrying about what others thought of her.

Zoe refers to herself as a champion of curves, and is honoured to be a Body Image Movement Global Ambassador (BIMGA).

She would love to see some changes to the Fitness Industry as she is saddened by the message which is being pushed that weight loss = health. The physical, mental, spiritual and emotional damage being done by this elitist approach simply cannot go on.

Zoe now feels more at home in theHealth At Every Size (HAES) community and is on a mission to put things back into perspective and regain some sanity and compassion within the Fitness Industry.

Her approachability, creativity, dynamic style and her fun personality, combined with a desire to help others has made her a firm favourite with class participants far and wide.