Intimacy, Safety & Heart Connection for Feminine Arousal
In this heart opening episode, Laura chats with the distinguished Ellie Wilde, Somatic Sex Coach, global ISTA practitioner, shamanic healer and workshop facilitator (just to name a few).
Ellie shares details of her own inner and outer journey into the world of empowered sexuality and self-development.
Together they dive deep into the idea that great sex often isn’t about the actual act of having sex, but in the way we choose to experience life, and the dedication to cultivating emotional intimacy and connection.
Laura and Ellie get serious about lifting the negative perspective hanging around the term “needy” and explore the difference between healthy dependency and unhealthy dependency in a relationship. They also cover topics like “holding space” (what it is and why it’s important), and why using the embodied experience of sexuality can help to ground us.
Ellie shares her knowledge around the anatomy of female arousal, and why it is so important for us both, women and men, to deepen our emotional intimacy in relationships.
She also brings some super practical and powerful intimacy games (which you’re going to LOVE!), tips and tricks to the party for you to try at home and welcome more intimacy into your own bedroom and life.
Ellie’s Website: www.ellie-wilde.com/
Follow Ellie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ellie_wilde_dakini/
The Book “Slow Sex: The Path to Fulfilling and Sustainable Sexuality”: https://amzn.to/2Id3AD8
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