You Matter Meetups

You Matter Meetups are free and low cost monthly workshops for Love Bombing women to fill their own cups! You are a Love Bomber if you are a giver of love in your life to those around you- either at home, on the job, or as a lifestyle.  Each month we gather to focus on a new topic geared around personal growth, self-care, and fabulous fun.  We connect together as empowered women to fuel ourselves with the magic of community, while taking some much needed time to do something just for ourselves.  These are curated locally by My Love Bomb Facilitators and Facilitators in Training.  

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Hannah Lautze is dedicated to building a community of women in Arcata, California who have the confidence and tools to be their best while uplifting one another. Her natural and gentle leadership style have been cultivated through academic exploration with a B.A. in Religious Studies, experiential exploration as a certified Yoga Teacher, on-the-ground experience through building her Beautycounter business, and her role as a My Love Bomb Program Facilitator.  She is considered by many to be a significant up and coming power house in the women's empowerment movement.  Connect directly with Hannah:


Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek is a facilitator of individual transformation through multi-media production, group process innovation, and holistic precision chiropractic.  Her documentary film “Love Bomb” was released in April of 2014 to a sold out audience and has gone on to premier in theaters across the United States while winning the Audience Choice award at the Los Angeles Awareness Film Festival in 2014.

Her passion for empowering women to live healthy, whole, and fulfilled lives led her to infuse her training as a 200 hour yoga teacher, Concept Therapy Institute Instructor, and dancer/choreographer into her women’s empowerment program, “My Love Bomb.”  She gets fired up by living a new worldview model of cooperation by training other women to become My Love Bomb facilitators so that they can lead the two month program along with her in locations all around the world.  Connect directly with Rhea:

Ana Hernandez is Senior Director of Behavioral Health Service at Aldea Children & Family Services in Napa and Solano County.  She has served Aldea for 4.5 years implementing new services for children and their families needing support through the latest evidence based practices in mental health and substance abuse recovery services.  Ana is an artist, a yogi, a reiki master student, a rock climber and most recently an aspiring surfer.  Ana brings her fearless approach to change and expansion to women in Napa.  Connect directly with Ana:

Dr Laelle Martin is a facilitator of growth, healing and transformation in people’s lives through her work as a holistic Chiropractor and offering the My Love Bomb Program in her home town of Tacoma, WA.  With over 15 years combined education and experience in health and wellness fields, and serving as leader of her local Holistic Moms Network Chapter for over 8 years, Dr. Laelle is extremely knowledgeable about holistic health and is passionate about empowering women to create more balanced and fulfilled lives that they love.  When not actively supporting the women and families in her community, Dr. Laelle enjoys spending time with her 2 children and husband, playing tennis, reading, and exploring the beautiful PNW outdoors.  Connect directly with Laelle:

Dr. Bria Iacini Mutch is co-owner and chiropractor at SoulShine Family Chiropractic in Santa Rosa, CA. Her deep appreciation for the human body has drawn her professional focus to Fit Pregnancy.  Bria sees women up to two years before a pregnancy and for the year of post-partum recovery following birth. She has created a community of women strong in mind, heart, and body who feel empowered to live their best life before, during, and after childbirth. In addition to running a full time practice with her husband, Dr. Matthew Mutch, Bria can be found up on stage where she rocks out and leads multiple motivational indoor cycle classes per week, running You Matter Meetups, and leading the My Love Bomb Program Santa Rosa. For Bria, it’s all about the balance of her career, coaching, family, and self-care. Her favorite life quote is, “It’s not a question of CAN you do what it takes, but WILL you do what it takes to make your heart happy”. . .and she looks forward to hearing your answer ♥  Connect directly with Bria:

Dr. Lauren Clum has been serving the Oakland community as a chiropractor since 2007, helping primarily women dealing with chronic health challenges. She graduated from Sonoma State University with a degree in Business Administration, and from Life Chiropractic College West for her professional doctorate. She's completed extensive post-graduate training in upper cervical specific chiropractic, and has distinguished herself as an expert in her technique. In May of 2015, Lauren welcomed a precious baby girl, Kaiya, into her family. When Kaiya was about a year old, she was diagnosed with a rare neurogenetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome that resulted from a microdeletion on the 15th chromosome. With the variety of challenges that can arise for kids with Angelman Syndrome, Lauren and Kaiya were thrown into a brand new world that was quite intimidating on so many levels. Along the way, a few things happened that really shifted Lauren's role in her community. She started doing heart-centered work with Dr. Rhea Zimmerman Komarek and the My Love Bomb program, she shifted the focus of her practice to helping more kids with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families, and began connecting with women in her community that were looking for increased fulfillment, clarity and love in their own lives. She brings an extremely loving, personal perspective to all of her work now, and adores helping women and families!  Connect directly to Lauren:

Amelia Murray helps women to embody the best version of themselves.  Amelia has a B.A. in Liberal Studies, with a minor in Communications. She went on to receive her teaching credential and was an elementary school teacher for 6 years. After the birth of her daughter, she reignited with her passion for teaching by becoming a fitness instructor helping women to achieve goals they never thought possible. She has a particular love of helping the pre and post-natal woman prepare her body for a healthy pregnancy and birth, and then discover a whole new level of strength and wholeness as a mom. The My Love Bomb Program is an extension of her dedication to helping women become more empowered both mentally and physically. When she's not helping other women, she can be found doing anything involving the outdoors, reading, and adventuring with her family.  Connect directly to Amelia:

Anita Walker has been serving families and children of Aurora, Colorado families for more than 15 years as an early childhood education teacher turned principal. It has been her passion and hearts work to elevate this community and develop leaders in the school as well as the community at large. She is driven and determined to use her skills to empower families and students who are a part of a vulnerable and strong community. During her six year as principal Anita has been an early adopter in progressive educational opportunities within her community. She was the lead in the development and design of a program for teen parents to provide wrap around services for the child and family. The primary goal of the program has been to provide quality childcare while the families were attending school. This the first of its kind in the Aurora community. In additon Anita sees her school building as a community building and has held several community leadership workshops and partnered with community groups to develop families as leaders in the community for their children. My Love Bomb program directly connects to her work to build a strong community. Empowering women to live out their dreams and heal their lives is an extension of the work she does in education. It is a deeper level of connection and community that is much needed in making the world a better place.  Connect directly to Anita: