Andrew Barrett has been on a soul journey and exploration through meditation for many years. This journey led him to Los Angeles where he’s launched a series called Dating + Meditating focusing on a variety of different topics that I’d venture to say interest most of us.
Tune in for this deep, heart opening, real conversation where Andrew and I dive into big questions like, ‘Am I ready for love?,’ gender roles in love and relating, safety and opening up on Episode 83 of Ignite Intimacy!
Courtney Brame was diagnosed with Herpes over 7 years ago. Instead of letting it get him down he chose to create a platform for people living with positive STI results to share their stories as a way to support and empower themselves and others.
Join Courtney and I as we have an open flowing conversation about STI’s, testing, the stigma around Herpes, disclosure and how and how to have and maintain a thriving sex life after a positive diagnosis on Episode 81 of Ignite Intimacy!
Courtney Brame is a podcast host who has coordinated a space of understanding for other humans living with and/or affected by sexually transmitted infections. He hopes that sharing his experiences can help others find a new, positive perspective and flourish despite their diagnoses.
I love cuddling!! It’s one of my favorite things to do with people I dig.. ya dig?! So you are definitely going to want to listen to this episode with professional cuddler Christina Hepburn and I as we dive deep into the world of professional cuddling.
Christina and I discuss our touch-starved culture, seeking sex to fill the void and how to keep it tight and right, safe and sound as we venture into our desires, fulfilling our pleasure and receiving that good good loving on 2 year anniversary Episode #80 of Ignite Intimacy!
Christina Hepburn is a professional cuddler and intentional touch expert. Cuddling is a platonic, physical touch therapy that allows her to work with clients around intimacy and comfort in their bodies. She is also creator and cohost of T&A Talk Sex, a podcast on BlogTalkRadio for 3 years, gabbing about taboo topics around sexuality, relationships, and intimacy in an effort to normalize it. She firmly believes a developed sexuality can center us as humans. Christina is based in Los Angeles and travels to meet her clients.
I met Olivia Richman in a 7 month leadership training program that we’re both in at the moment her in NYC. This woman is a powerhouse. She is so bright, full of light and brings power, strength, confidence and humor to her YouTube channel GlamourPuss, M.D. to share Sex Ed with teens and adults.
Olivia decided to launch GlamourPuss, M.D. when she realized how little factual information was available to her younger cousins about sex, their bodies, and issues for younger girls like how to put in a tampon.
I highly recommend this episode for teens and adults! It is fun, insightful and witty. Enjoy Episode 77 with GlamourPuss, M.D. Olivia Richman!!
Olivia Richman is a 3rd year medical student at American University of Antigua College of Medicine. Olivia started a YouTube channel in August 2017, GlamourPuss, M.D., in which she is educating adolescents on mind, body and sexual health. She releases videos once a week on Saturday mornings and in the future, Olivia will be creating videos about empowered relationships, healthy eating, exercise and inside a teen's life.
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Sheri Winston is a Goddess Powerhouse. Her journey as a midwife led her to develop and teach some of the most powerful and groundbreaking work on the exploration of the female anatomy and female sexual pleasure.
This conversation is a deep dive into the power of setting boundaries. Sheri shares with us her process for discovering what your boundaries are and how to stick to them when your in the midst of erotic encounters and your brain is like mush.
Sheri also shares in depth about the female anatomy and the many layers and levels to our own potentials for pleasure.