Transforming How We Speak About and Experience Sex

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My podcast guest, Ian Ferguson is transforming how we speak about and experience sex. He is a Master Trainer of the Erotic Blueprint™ Methodology, and cofounder of Jaiya, Inc., a company dedicated to radically transforming how society discusses and experiences sex. His mission, along with over 100 Certified Erotic Blueprint Coaches™, is to release shame around sex, helping people empower themselves to reclaim the pleasure and true erotic expression that is their birthright.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio, you’ll hear:

  • What is an Erotic Blueprint, and why do we need to know
  • What are the 5 Erotic Blueprints, and what do they mean
  • What to do if you’re sexually ‘incompatible’ with your partner
  • How to connect deeply during the coronavirus pandemic of physical separation
  • And much more

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How to Heal Trauma

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My podcast guest, Lisa Erickson, shares how to heal trauma through chakras. She also speaks about empowerment, mindfulness, and more.

Lisa Erickson is an energy worker specializing in women’s energetics and sexual trauma healing. She’s the author of Chakra Empowerment for Women. Lisa helps women maximize and balance their energy during key life transits such as pregnancy, post-partum, perimenopause and menopause.

She also works with women to heal from abuse and assault. Lisa is certified in a variety of energy healing modalities and is a practitioner with The Breathe Network, a non-profit dedicated to supporting holistic healing for sexual trauma survivors. Lisa is passionate about helping women connect with their feminine energy.

In episode 393: How to Heal Trauma and Own Your Power, you’ll hear about:

  • Women’s energetics and how they’re different from men’s
  • How women’s energy bodies change during peri-menopause and menopause
  • Why women need to have clear boundaries
  • Simple exercises to help you protect your energy

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How to Create Intimacy After Sexual Trauma

If you’ve been affected by any form of sexual trauma, it can be difficult to feel safe in a relationship. Here’s how to create intimacy and safety. 

Are you afraid of intimacy in a relationship? Sexual trauma—whether it’s rape, molestation, or even being shamed about your body, can deeply affect your ability to be intimate and vulnerable with your partners. This important topic was discussed on Last First Date Radio with my guests Neil Sattin, and his partner Chloe Urban.

Neil is a relationship coach, and host of the award-winning podcast Relationship Alive. He has interviewed many of the top hearts and minds in the relationship world, and synthesizes their wisdom to help you have amazing relationships. He and his partner, Chloe Urban, combine coaching, psychology, and healing work to help you overcome obstacles to connection and deep intimacy in your relationship. Their forthcoming book helps couples who have been affected by sexual trauma deepen intimacy, and their course, Thriving Intimacy, is a 7-week course designed to teach you the relationship skills that you never learned in school.

Highlights below for episode #239: How to Create Deep Intimacy, Especially if You’re Affected by Trauma.





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