March brings promises of warmer weather and springtime. Soon we will be out enjoying spring training, and great weather in this beautiful state of Arizona. Women’s history month also takes place in March. Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the United States since 1987. This month we would like to recognize and celebrate a very special woman, YOU!
Girls Run the World
Women are beautifully and wonderfully made. Our bodies can support life. We are caretakers, ambitious entrepreneurs, mothers, sisters, grandmothers and aunts. To celebrate being the beautiful inner goddess you are, let’s love your body with a boudoir shoot. There are many ways to love yourself and treat yourself. Le Boudoir Studio has a variety of boudoir packages for you to spoil yourself with. Boudoir photography is about celebrating yourself as a woman. About creating a vision of the woman you feel like you are on the inside, and bringing it to life. You are more than a mother, wife, teacher, or nurse. You are fierce and important. You are strong and independent.
Breast Implant Illness Awareness
With March being Women’s History Month, we want to bring awareness to Breast Implant Illness. Breast implant illness (BII), occurs in some women who receive breast implants. The Implant Truth Survivors Committee founded National Breast Implant Awareness Month in March of 2018 to help women make informed decisions about breast implants and to educate them about the risks associated with all kinds of breast implants. We have had several victims of breast implant illness in Le Boudoir Studio, including our own Jodi Lynn!
Disclaimer: Not every woman who has breast implants will develop Breast Implant Illness (Bii). Le Boudoir Studio only seeks to educate women who may be experiencing symptoms of Bii. At Le Boudoir, we do not judge. Whether you have implants, have had an explant or have never had implants, you are beautiful and worthy.ARVE Error: Mode: lazyload not available (ARVE Pro not active?), switching to normal mode
In Her Own Words
In Jodi’s own words, “I got to the point where we couldn’t go to events as a family. I could only walk from the parking lot to the ticketing lines before I was in so much pain I couldn’t walk anymore. My daughter would have to be in daycare on a day I was working from home because it hurt to pick her up. Something was wrong and my fear was my little girl growing up asking, “why cant mommy come out and play”.
I had a client one day at Le Boudoir Studio that I overheard talking while she was getting her hair and make-up done for her session. She was talking about the aches and pains she was going through, the autoimmune diseases that she was diagnosed with and without even thinking, I walked in and asserted myself in the conversation. I needed to, she sounded just like me. She began to tell me about her surgery in a few months of Explanting. She would be removing her implants after some research she had done. It was about healing Breast Implant Illness. It suddenly hit me, all these years of suffering and now I know.”
You are Beautiful
Jodi Lynn believes in the importance of women feeling beautiful and self confident. Whether you are an A cup or a H cup, your body is a beautiful work of art. If you are looking to recapture that amazing feeling of being confident with your body, come into the studio! A boudoir shoot unleashes a sense of confidence and self-worth that was always there but that may have been hiding under layers of doubt. We focus on instilling confidence in your life, body, and experience, and encourage you to embrace your strength and vulnerability as a woman. You deserve to feel confident and sexy in your own skin, and we’re here to help you find that space for yourself.
We empower you to show us who you really are. No matter your size, boudoir is all about courage, strength, vulnerability, and boldness. With us, boudoir photography is about creating an opportunity to reveal who you are, where you’ve come from, and to wield your version of confidence and courage.
She’s the reason Arizona has a law requiring surgeons to warn patients about the dangers of breast implants