Questions? Feedback? powered by Olark live chat software

Bye bye bs - hello body love webinar masterclass

Dismantling negative media imagery and rebuilding photo resiliency

The deets:

Are you fed up with feeling "less than"? Tired of hating your reflection and wishing that you could just lose weight so that you could finally feel ok? Then gurl, we got you covered!

In this 2 hour exclusive pre-recorded webinar masterclass you are going to learn the tools you need to begin to understand why you don't like your reflection and strategies to help you overcomes those thoughts.

Hosted by two incredible experts in the field of body love and self acceptance this is one party you do not want to miss out on!


Part One - Hosted by Victoria Welsby

In the first part of this pre-recorded jam packed webinar masterclass, learn the tools to decode the harmful messages we are bombarded with daily tell us we are not enough. We will be dismantling negative media imagery and saying “oh hell no” to diet culture. Come away feeling empowered, in control and with clear techniques to kick negativity to the curb! Hold onto your hats as I have some major mind blowing topics to share with you. We will cover:


  • The body loving journey - and why it can be different from what you think it is

  • What is body positivity and the consequences of not loving yourself

  • Where do we get low self esteem from - understanding your triggers

  • Decoding harmful media messages

  • Diet culture toxicity

Part two hosted by vivienne mcmaster

After shaking up and waking up to the negative imagery that influences our body love journey, Vivienne will invite you to explore ways that you can surround ourselves with imagery that helps you feel seen, feel like you see yourself reflected in the imagery around you. Yes, including taking selfies! She’ll share how inviting yourself into the frame and using the selfies can be a powerful tool for self-love and body acceptance. Have your camera phone ready as we’ll be doing some activities live on the call! In this second half of the webinar get ready to dig into:


  • Tools for rebuilding our visual narrative

  • Reclaiming our power through taking our own images

  • Breaking out of the selfie box and the diversity of kinds of images you can take as a body acceptance tool

  • Building photo resilience and how to use the camera as a tool on our challenging body love days too.

What people are saying: "Victoria and Vivienne are so amazing, inspiring and intelligent! Victoria's take on social media and advertisements and how it impacts our self-esteem is so informative and helps us better understand why we may feel how we feel about ourselves. Vivienne's tips on how to improve our social media feeds and loving ourselves through selfies are incredibly helpful and inspirational. Incredible women and a great webinar!!" - Mandy


  • The Confidence Warrior Handbook, a 76 page eBook
  • All 9 podcasts from The Confidence Warrior Podcast
  • 20 experts in confidence and body love all in one place!


  • Aarti Olivia Dubey
  • Adiba Nelson
  • Alysse Dalessandro
  • Anastasia Amour
  • Caroline Dooner
  • Dana Suchow
  • Ivy Felicia
  • Jes Baker
  • Marie Southard Ospina
  • Megan Jayne Crabbe
  • Melissa A Fabello
  • Melissa Gibson
  • Michelle Elman
  • Ragen Chastain
  • Sarah Vance
  • Summer Innanen
  • Ushshi Rahman
  • Virgie Tovar
  • Vivienne McMaster
  • Victoria Welsby, ME!

speaker bios

Victoria Welsby - Founder, BAM POW LIFE

I help you fall and stay in love with yourself.


Hi, I'm Victoria and I am a Confidence and Body Love Coach and the badass babe behind BAM POW LIFE. I went from being homeless, abused with self esteem that was achingly low into the courageous (and confident) boss lady and body image activist I am today. My work has been featured in Bustle, Hello Giggles and numerous other publications. When I'm not changing the way women view their themselves you can find me at University of British Columbia in my role as an Adjunct Professor.


Vivienne McMaster - Founder, Be Your Own Beloved

Vivienne McMaster is a photographer, workshop leader and positive body image advocate from Vancouver, Canada. She who helps folks around the world see themselves with compassion through their own camera lens. Her photographs have been seen in such places as and The Huffington Post. The camera and self-portraiture helped her heal her own negative body image and she's now on a mission share these tools and help folks choose compassion over critique, one photo at a time. You can more about her at


Waking up in the morning next to a partner that adores you even more than you adore yourself (if that’s even possible!). You walk to the bathroom, see your reflection in the mirror and say to yourself “I am so lucky to have this body”. You effortlessly get ready, picking out your outfit with ease, knowing that you’ll look gorgeous no matter what you wear.


You leave for a job that you previously could only dream of having, proud of yourself for choosing to go for it and getting there comfortably. You have a presentation today and you have butterflies or excitement, not nerves, knowing this is your time to shine, people are going to love what you have to say.


After work you have a networking event that you go to on your own, something that you would have previously never considered doing . You make small talk with people, laugh, get into deep and interesting conversations and you meet someone who could be a really terrific and inspiring new friend.


When you leave for the evening in the elevator down to the lobby you take a deep breath in and smile thinking about how this day would’ve been impossible for you before but now it’s second nature. This is the type of day you love, these continued small victories have made you strong, confident and powerful and you’re so thankful that you chose to invest in yourself. It was the best decision you ever made.


Just as you are going to sleep for the evening you spot an email from your boss, she was so impressed with your presentation she wants to fast track your career progression. You turn your phone off, content, knowing that this is the way your life is now and it’s only going to get better.