Welcome to the Club.

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.

How do I join?

We’ve designed two programs for you to join The Luckiest Club and take on your journey to sobriety, wherever you may be.

Community is your starting point to get access to daily sobriety meetings & connect with the community.

Community

Academy is where you go deeper and get access to workshops, group coaching calls, online courses, and other in-depth material.

Academy

Academy

$49

/month
or 

$539

/year
One month free when you choose annual.
Includes 2 monthly workshops, group coaching calls, 10% off courses, and more.
Choose Your Membership

Are you on your journey to sobriety & ready for more?

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!

What’s included in Academy?

Monthly workshops to go deep on powerful topics.

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.

Library of recorded workshops.

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!

A private forum to connect with other Academy members.

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.

Early-bird access to courses + exclusive Academy discount

Academy members get first dibs on seats in our our online courses and a 10% discount on course tuition.

Monthly live group coaching call.

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.

Academy Workshop Calendar

Here’s what we’ve got coming up in the next 12 months. Sound hawt?Join Academy and get access to all of them!

Eric Johnson
January
Instructor TBD
Hosted by Eric Johnson
,

Immunity to Change

Have you ever wanted to change something in your personal or professional life, but found yourself stuck? Based on Robert Kegan’s model of adult development, the Immunity to Change workshop will provide a practical, action-based toolkit to help you move forward with change that will positively impact your life. As a trained facilitator, TLC’s Eric Johnson will lead this workshop where we'll work through a map that will reveal the ways you work against yourself, usually subconsciously when you're trying to enact meaningful change. This is often incorrectly referred to as self-sabotage, and what we'll see in the workshop is that it's actually happening in the name of self-protection. We'll also examine ways to protect what's important to us while also identifying paths to move forward, discuss how to use small experiments, and how to enlist the help of others.

Part 1
January 4, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Part 2
January 18, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Joe McKowen
February
Instructor TBD
Hosted by Joe McKowen
,

Financial Recovery

Many of us find ourselves completely overwhelmed by the thought of addressing our finances once we get sober. It’s something that is hard to look at, but an important part of recovery. The great news is that you can’t do it all at once, and you don’t have to do it alone. Joe McKowen, business coach and financial consultant, has helped hundreds of people transform their money mindset and overhaul their finances. In this two-part workshop, Joe will provide guidance, resources, and helpful tools to help you create a path to financial freedom that aligns with your personal values.

Part 1
February 7, 2022
(5 pm - 6:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Part 2
February 21, 2022
(5 pm - 6:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
March
Instructor TBD
Hosted by
,

Holistic Mind & Body Recovery

Recovery is a mental, physical and emotional process. In this workshop, we’ll help you get a full picture of what’s going on in your mind and body, and help you evaluate if your challenges are neurochemical, hormonal, seasonal, behavioral, situational, or a combination. We’ll also explore how gender differences play a role in our addictions and recovery. Finally, we’ll work together to help you create healthy routines, gain behavioral tools, and implement healthy coping mechanisms.

Part 1
March 8, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Dani Moravek
April
Instructor TBD
Hosted by Dani Moravek
,

Integrating Nutrition in Recovery

I think we all know what we’re like when we’re “hangry”. In this two-part series on mood and food, you’ll learn accessible, practical tips and tricks to help boost your mental health through holistic lifestyle and dietary shifts. You’ll come away with a healthy understanding of how to heal and fuel your body in recovery. Instructor, Dani Moravek (she/they), is a functional nutritionist who carries a deep passion for all things integrative health and wellness – accessibility, nutritional psychiatry, food justice, and wellness for all. Healing through holistic lifestyle interventions, such as making dietary changes and getting sober will change your life in ways you never thought possible.

Part 1
April 11, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Part 2
April 25, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD

$49

/month
or 

$539

/year
One month free when you choose annual.
Includes 2 monthly workshops, group coaching calls, 10% off courses, and more.
Choose Your Membership
Eric Johnson
May
Hosted by Eric Johnson,
Instructor TBD

Sobriety As A Superpower at Work

Through this powerful workshop, you’ll learn a series of frameworks to be used as a guide in understanding and maximizing your impact at work. We’ll explore concepts for improving the way we make meaning in our careers, and develop a path forward that allows us to have more appreciation for the time we spend working. Whether we admit it or not, we are in a relationship with our work. Like all relationships, this one requires constant reflection on what's happening inside of us, and how we're making sense of our professional situations. During this workshop, we'll explore the intersection of our values, identities, interests, and skills and how they factor into how we feel about what we do. Additionally, we'll explore the tension that may exist between ourselves and our responsibilities, supervisors, teammates, and/or career direction. Finally, we'll evaluate options to improve our relationship with work by adjusting our approach or our situation.

Part 1
May 3, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Part 2
May 17, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
June
Hosted by ,
Instructor TBD

The Power of Boundaries

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”.

Part 1
June 7, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Dr. Stevie Stanford
July
Hosted by Dr. Stevie Stanford,
Instructor TBD

Intimacy & Sexuality in Sobriety

For many people, an important goal in recovery is to find ways to connect with and love others in a healthy and fulfilling way. In this workshop, we will discuss and explore how sexual trauma, betrayal, attachment styles, co-dependency, and shame impact both our relationships, our path to recovery, and our ability to thrive in a sober life. We’ll also look deeply at our historic wounds related to intimacy and relationships so that we can develop resiliency in our journey forward.

Part 1
July 5, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Jodi White, LPC
August
Hosted by Jodi White, LPC,
Instructor TBD

Overcoming Burnout in Recovery

When we feel overwhelmed, completely drained, and like we just can't keep up with everything, we're likely experiencing burnout. Prolonged periods of stress and exhaustion can leave us feeling detached and defeated, but we can actually prevent burnout by knowing the warning signs and learning how to manage our stressors more effectively. In this workshop, we'll talk about the science behind it, the signs to watch for, and what to do if you find yourself experiencing burnout in recovery.

Part 1
August 9, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Joe McKowen
September
Hosted by Joe McKowen,
Instructor TBD

Financial Recovery

Many of us find ourselves completely overwhelmed by the thought of addressing our finances once we get sober. It’s something that is hard to look at, but an important part of recovery. The great news is that you can’t do it all at once, and you don’t have to do it alone. Joe McKowen, business coach and financial consultant, has helped hundreds of people transform their money mindset and overhaul their finances. In this two-part workshop, Joe will provide guidance, resources, and helpful tools to help you create a path to financial freedom that aligns with your personal values.

Part 1
September 13, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
October
Hosted by ,
Instructor TBD

Assertiveness & Presence

One of the most common questions we hear in our group coaching sessions is, “how do I find and use my voice more assertively at work and at home now that I’m sober?” In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to better advocate for ourselves, improve our communication skills, say “no” with more confidence, develop our executive presence, build communication resilience, and handle rejection more gracefully. We will learn AND we will practice, so we can both strengthen our skills and our connection to each other.

Part 1
October 4, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Tammi Salas
November
Hosted by Tammi Salas,
Instructor TBD

Gratitude, Creativity, & Getting Through the Holidays

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.

Part 1
November 1, 2022
()
Time TBD
Part 2
()
Time TBD
Eric Johnson
December
Hosted by Eric Johnson,
Instructor TBD

Immunity to Change

Have you ever wanted to change something in your personal or professional life, but found yourself stuck? Based on Robert Kegan’s model of adult development, the Immunity to Change workshop will provide a practical, action-based toolkit to help you move forward with change that will positively impact your life. As a trained facilitator, TLC’s Eric Johnson will lead this workshop where we'll work through a map that will reveal the ways you work against yourself, usually subconsciously when you're trying to enact meaningful change. This is often incorrectly referred to as self-sabotage, and what we'll see in the workshop is that it's actually happening in the name of self-protection. We'll also examine ways to protect what's important to us while also identifying paths to move forward, discuss how to use small experiments, and how to enlist the help of others.

Part 1
December 6, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD
Part 2
December 20, 2022
(4 pm - 5:15 pm ET)
Time TBD

Join The Luckiest Club Academy

$49

/month
or 

$539

/year
One month free when you choose annual.
Includes 2 monthly workshops, group coaching calls, 10% off courses, and more.
Choose Your Membership

Frequently answered questions

What is the support meeting format?

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).

Do I have to speak or show my face in meetings?

Never! Sharing is always optional, as is showing your face.


What kind of sobriety are you talking about?

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.


Are these AA meetings?

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.


What does the membership cost?

TLC Membership is $14/month or $154/year. TLC Members can also sign up for TLC Academy for an additional $49 a month.

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