Embrace your quirkyalone self
Do you want better understanding of your patterns in being single and relationships? Go beyond what you read in Quirkyalone and get personal mentoring to live a truly empowered quirkyalone life. Embrace your quirkyalone self.
Turn on Your Life
Are you ready to take pleasure in your body, feel turned on at work and in life, to express yourself more and have better sex? Turn on your life.
Plot Your Course
Are you at a crossroads, and feel stuck, or you don’t know what to do? Get Sasha’s guidance on how to move through your blocks and make decisions for the life you really want. Plot your course.
Write Your Story
Do you have a story to tell, but you don't know where to start? Get a personalized writing coaching program to send you in the right direction. Write your story
Praise from Readers + Coaching Clients
"It is liberating to bust out of the confines of prescribed roles and be 100% myself.
Quirkyalone coaching is empowering.”—Barbara Berry, 43, Gainesville Florida
"You write what we know (in some deep hidden place) but that needs to be said. in other words, you're developing something fundamental. Quirk might just be a tad left of center, slightly outside our peripheral vision. but a much more comfortable, truer place to stand."--Alexandra Joy Forman, Rio de Janeiro, author of a book of inner quirk,
Tall, Slim and Erect: Portraits of the Presidents
“Sasha's coaching helped me get unstuck to pursue my passions. If you want dedicated support in creating a more fulfilling life, I highly recommend working with Sasha.”—Jennifer Ludders
“In her writing, Sasha Cagen is up to something that could be as important for women (and men) as The Feminine Mystique was years ago: We aren’t just halves of couples; we are distinct individuals—as complete and potentially happy alone as we are with our families and lovers.”— Barbara Ehrenreich, veteran muckraker and author best known for Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America.
"Sasha Cagen is something of a hero for the growing ranks of singletons who are learning to feel secure with their status, and she is often their public face. She appears frequently on popular national television and radio programs to explain that going solo is a viable, legitimate, and not necessarily lonely way to dwell in a city—a point that is surprisingly controversial given how many people are already living alone.”-- Eric Klinenberg, professor of sociology at NYU and author of Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone
"In her classes and coaching, Sasha has a way of making you feel like you are sitting in a coffee house, just chatting and discovering the best parts about you."--Beth, 35, Richmond, Virginia
"Sasha helped me get to a place where I could begin to love myself, flaws, fears, and all."--Valerie Bosselait, 50′s, small business owner, Amherst, Massachusetts
“The very week that I took the quirkytogether online course with you last July, I began to date a man 17 years older, wise, with depth, playful and quirky. We are quirkytogether. I am learning and living love in all my parts of my life–close relationships, work, family, and strangers. Thanks for the course that prepared me!”--Natalie, Massachusetts
"I had a wonderful time in the Quirky Tango Adventure: the tango lessons with Alejandro, massages from Nele, and the group circles and other meaningful conversations with individuals who were part of the experience. In particular I appreciated the sincerity and openness of our conversations. I met a lot of fantastic, beautiful, amazing women who were quirkyalones (or quirkytogethers)."--Amanda, early thirties, Portland, Oregon
"Thank you again for this writing class Writing Your Heroine's Journey , it was wonderful. It provided a safe and creatively fertile environment to take risks in putting my writing out there. The class felt judgment-free and there was fabulous guidance/structure to write from the heart."--Atosa Babaoff, yoga teacher, Bay Area
The Quirkyalone Philosophy
The quirkyalone philosophy was founded by Sasha Cagen. Listen to Miles, an Argentine, explain how being quirkyalone for him means "being happy with myself first."