I See You, I See Me | Free Workshop | 29 May 2021

Free Virtual Workshop (LGBTQ+ Wellbeing)

171 reviews
May 29 - 29, 2021
Group size: 1 - 53
I See You, I See Me | Free Workshop | 29 May 2021
Free Virtual Workshop (LGBTQ+ Wellbeing)

171 reviews

May 29 - 29, 2021
Group size: 1 - 53

About this trip

Workshop : I See You, I See Me

in partnership with DIVA Magazine

Date : Saturday 29th May

Time : 10:00 - 13:00 BST (UK)

Location : Virtual

Audience : LGBTQ+

Cost : FREE  (Donations accepted)

'I See You, I See Me' is a playful self-enquiry workshop for those wanting to explore their relationship with Queer Femininity.

“If I didn't define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people's fantasies for me and eaten alive.” ― Audre Lorde

Why join this workshop?

-  Challenge self-imposed personal narratives and pre-existing notions
-  Acquire fresh perspectives 

-  Feel empowered having discovered new information about yourself
-  Refresh and recalibrate your core values
-  Increase the positive impact you could have in the world

About this workshop.

A playful self-enquiry workshop for those wanting to explore their relationship with femininity, sex, and self-image. Led by a team of mentors and coaches, we'll start to challenge pre-conceived ideas of what it means to be a ‘Queer Womxn’ in 2021 and explore ways to nurture our feminine sensitivity through compassionate self-inquiry. We’ll be introducing new teachings and tools for bringing about more awareness and intimacy when engaging with oneself and others. 

Questions we'll be looking at:

What does it mean to be a ‘Queer Womxn’ in today’s society? How does it feel to inhabit this female body?  What are the societal norms and pressures that surround femininity, and how can we face these challenges? Do I give myself permission to be and create who I am? Who would I be if there were no rules? What could my relationship with myself look and feel like? For those perhaps wanting to invite change into their daily lives, organisations, and communities, how can we create more space for vulnerability, intimacy and self-love?

We want you to feel empowered with the new information you’re going to uncover and leave with actionable steps towards taking more control of your own life. 

You will take part in various creative and interactive workshops, and we’ll be encouraging you to use your mind and body to discover brand new perspectives about yourself. 

The tools we’ll use:

We'll be incorporating tried and tested practices such as journaling, group sharing, self-enquiry, breath-work and meditation. These will be interspersed with key teachings and coaching techniques.

Please note:

This workshop is open to anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ but we will be focusing on embodying our femininity through the perspective and experiences of Queer Womxn. We'd like to reassure and reaffirm to anyone who is Trans or Non-Binary that you are welcome and that this space is yours too. 

About our approach.

We offer a safe space to get curious, open up and discuss with others, aspects of your life you’re finding challenging or simply want to improve. Naturally it is a completely confidential space, where individuals can openly share their feelings and thoughts with the option of anonymity. 

Your safety comes first.

Your safety is our main priority. For this reason, we may need to ask participants for some personal medical information, before we can confirm your place on the workshop. These are standard questions, there to protect your safety and everyone else involved. This information will only be shared on a need to know basis and will be GDPR compliant. We will also be undertaking other necessary safety measures, during and post-retreat.

We would highly recommend individuals with concerns relating to pre-existing mental health conditions, substance misuse and related disorders to seek immediate professional help. 

About the team.

This workshop has been designed by Create Space Workshops in partnership with We Create Space.

Co-Facilitator - Maylis Djikalou

Co-Facilitator - Tash Thomas

Co-Facilitator -Elle Bower Johnston

Co-Facilitator -Yassine Senghor


This workshop is free of charge however donations do support future workshops. You can donate to our nonprofit just giving page here.

About DIVA Magazine

We're proud to partner with DIVA Magazine to deliver this workshop. DIVA Media Group is the world’s leading entertainment group for LGBTQI women. They tackle the tough topics, like racism in the LGBTQI community, mental health and the challenges facing queer youth, and also profile inspirational women who are making a difference to the lives of lesbian, bi and trans women.

What’s included

  • Workshops
    All group workshops and activities.
  • Tools and Workbooks
    Pre-reading, workbooks and continual development resources.
  • Admin Support
    Should you require any help completing the pre-assessment and questionaire
  • Additional Support
    We will provide additional support in the form of signposting to relevant services only.
  • Confidentiality
    All participants will be asked to conform to our agreed privacy terms and conditions.
  • Medical Insurance
    Suitable and relevant medical insurance to be provided by participant.

Available Packages

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Please pay what you can. All donations are much appreciated and go towards providing more workshops within the community.


Available options



I See You, I See Me
Virtual Workshop Itinerary.

Saturday 29th May

10:00 - 13:00 BST (UK)

·  Team introductions.

·  Unit 1 - Workshop.

·  Conversation with Guest speaker. 

·  Unit 2 - Workshop. 

·  Breakout group sessions. 

·  Unit 3 - Workshop. 

·  Group share.

·  Breathwork.

·  Closing. 

Ahead of the session a tool-kit will be provided.

Your Organizer

171 reviews
We Create Space is the self-empowerment platform for Queer Leaders, Change-Makers and LGBTQ+ Professionals. We're a non-profit social enterprise helping individuals with becoming the most impactful version of themselves - inside their own communities and organisations.


I learned so much from this workshop not only for myself but for the students that I work with too. I gathered a lot of ideas for things I can share with them and teach them too. The best part of the workshop was that it was started with a mindfulness exercise and the creation of a calm and warm environment. It allowed me to feel ready to do the work we set out to do and face the obstacle that courage can create. Thanks so much y'all!!!
By Sydney G for Give Me Courage | Free Workshop | 9 June 2021 on 14 Jun, 2021
A powerful and transformative weekend, exploring how leadership intersects with queer identity. I left having increased awareness of the influences around us, and of knowledge in how I wanted to lead alongside my identity. For a while I have become aware of the responsibility I feel in corporate, and following the weekend have the tools to engage and be mindful of how to work alongside others in this space.
By Bekky H for Who am i? | 08+09 May 2021 | LBTQ | UK on 09 Jun, 2021
Excellent workshop with a very important theme. Wonderful break out discussions. Strongly recommend. Would only ask for more tangible examples for the group to use in the break out sessions. Thanks for having us!
By Gatonga T for Play Your Self | Free Workshop | 15 May 2021 on 25 May, 2021
There's such a uniquely wholesome environment that is created by the team - it's a few hours of being less of who the world expects us to be and more of who we really are.
By Scott S for Give Me Courage | Free Workshop | 1 May 2021 on 22 May, 2021
I found this workshop very inspiring and moving. The speakers and couchers were very insigful, kind and skillful. It was an amazing space to share and conect with people of my comunity. And there was a lot of conection between us, even if we where miles apart. I think the work that "We create space" is excellent and I thank them so much for creating such space.
By Fran G for Give Me Courage | Free Workshop | 1 May 2021 on 22 May, 2021
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I took part in a weekend Who Am I? retreat and highly recommend it. The group size is intimate so never feels too daunting and you're able to build connections well. Maylis was a fantastic organiser - felt there was great communication from pre-booking right through to afterwards. Michael is a fantastic host, he leads the retreat with from a place of kindness, vulnerability and openness I find really commendable. Whether you're new to self exploration or a seasoned pro - I think this is worth doing.
By Jamie M on 01 Sep, 2020
I attended the Who Am I retreat in early June to explore my identify as a gay man. I found the retreat a life-enriching experience. The communication before the retreat was excellent and I particularly enjoyed the pre-retreat call. It was an intense two days - and virtual because of lockdown - but the conversations were enriching and inspiring and I thought that the structure and content was very well designed. Recommended!
By Freddie B on 30 Jun, 2020