We're you. You're us. We've been there, and we're still in the daily work of sobriety. We're a ragtag, rough and tumble posse of humans who've learned a thing or two about living sober, and we're here to point you in the right direction. Welcome to your big adventure.
That’s what The Luckiest Club Academy is all about!
Each month we host two powerful workshops on topics that spark healing, creativity, and growth. All workshops are recorded and archived for one year, and when you join you get access to the back library of workshops, group coaching calls, a discount on all TLC courses, exclusive content, and other insider perks!
We hand-pick the most pressing topics in recovery, from the neuroscience of addiction to codependency, food to finances, and bring in world-class teachers to guide you.
Don’t worry — even if you can’t attend the live workshops, you’ll get access to our full archive of past workshops & masterclass sessions so you can go watch when your schedule allows!
When you join, you get access to the Academy section of our members-only forum, where you can discuss workshop topics, ask questions, and get support.
Academy members get first dibs on seats in our our online courses and a 10% discount on course tuition.
Academy members are invited to attend monthly, live group coaching calls led by trained TLC leaders for extra support. To get the most from the experience, members are invited to submit questions beforehand.
Here’s what we’ve got coming up in the next 12 months. Sound hawt?Join Academy and get access to all of them!
Learning to establish and maintain healthy boundaries is paramount in sobriety. In this workshop, you’ll learn exercises and practical tools to help you establish clear, healthy boundaries and how to stop avoiding conflict. The great news is that setting boundaries doesn’t necessarily lead to conflict, but it does lead to freedom. Through this workshop, you’ll learn how to say “no” effectively and gain the courage to be a “boundary badass”.
Many of us find ourselves in recovery struggling to identify our feelings, lacking trust in ourselves, and having difficulty communicating in our relationships. It's the "I'm ok if you're ok" dance that many of us know so well and it is the dance of codependency. Join licensed therapist and attachment wounding expert, Jodi White, for a two-part workshop where you'll learn to recognize and understand Pia Mellody's 5 Core Symptoms of Codependence and how to work towards healing in recovery. You'll also discover how codependence plays a role in our tendency to overwork in recovery and ways to approach recovery with more self-compassion and self-care.
Tammi Salas, who lives by the mantra “Grace Over Drama”, is a certified gray area drinking coach and Art4Healing facilitator. Over the last 7 years, she has not just become sober but has also experienced a spiritual overhaul and awakening that has led to a life of meaning and richness. She credits two daily habits as having had the greatest impact on her success: creating art and practicing gratitude. In this workshop, Tammi will share how creativity and gratitude individually and collectively contribute to our sobriety and recovery. She’ll also introduce concepts and examples to help participants begin creativity and gratitude practices for themselves.
Join Kelly McDaniel for a Mother Hunger book study ~ Kelly will focus on concepts from Chapter 4: Surrogate Comfort and why food is complicated for so many of us. She will also talk about pathological hope, disenfranchised grief, and what she calls an "apology ache." Kelly will hold time for questions, so bring your notes, highlights, and unique thoughts about Mother Hunger. Tip for preparation: Helpful to read or listen to the Mother Hunger book before the session.
All meetings are an hour long. They start with a statement of purpose, an opening reading, a speaker, time for participant shares, and a closing reading.
Newcomer meetings are welcome to anyone, but the topics, speakers, and share time are focused on newcomers (those in their first year of sobriety).
Never! Sharing is always optional, as is showing your face.
TLC is focused on alcohol addiction/sobriety. We welcome folks who are recovering from other addictions, however, our content and meetings are focused on alcohol addiction/sobriety.
No, they are not, though AA and any other recovery modality or practice is welcome. The TLC team consists of buddhists, yoga teachers, AA members, atheists, Refuge Recovery members, mindfulness and meditation teachers, and more. We are open and inclusive.
TLC Membership is $22/month or $242/year. TLC Members can also sign up for TLC Academy for an additional $49 a month.
We’ve all had our beginning. Our day we decided we’d had enough. Or maybe we’re needing more connection than we’re getting in other meetings. Whatever your reason, we’re so glad you’re here. We can’t wait to meet you. Welcome to the club.