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November 2, 2023

Embracing Sexual Wellness from Menstruation to Menopause

with podcast guest

Kiana Reeves

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Kiana Reeves is an AASECT-certified somatic sex educator, certified sexological bodyworker, pelvic health practitioner, certified doula, and Foria’s Chief Education Officer. With a lifelong passion for sexual wellness and plant-based medicine, Kiana has been practicing in the field of sexual wellness and female reproductive health for over ten years. Kiana believes sex is an essential part of wellbeing and offers a holistic perspective – bridging the topics of wellness, sex, birth, intimacy, and the universal experiences that women and people with vulvas go through during their lifespan.

In this episode, we discuss the importance of sexual wellness, its impact on overall wellbeing, Kiana’s unique approach to sexual wellness, practical advice on nurturing personal intimacy and pleasure, how we can prioritize intimacy in our daily lives and relationships, and so much more. Get ready for an enlightening conversation that could change how you view wellbeing.

Highlights

  • Kiana’s background and career journey
  • Why sexual wellness is an essential part of overall wellbeing
  • How stress affects libido
  • The importance of addressing emotions for sexual wellness
  • Obstacles modern women face in prioritizing sexual wellness
  • How you can start to connect more deeply with the sexual part of yourself
  • Understanding the ebbs and flows of sexual desire
  • The lack of adequate sex education and its impact on our understanding and experience of sex
  • Recognizing the ever-changing aspect of sexual desire
  • Challenges that arise in relationships with perceived mismatched libidos
  • The potential impact of porn on real-life sexual experiences and what conscious consumption means
  • Developing a daily pleasure practice
  • How you can create intentional sexual connection
  • How presence, eye contact, and vulnerability help to reestablish connection and intimacy
  • Why a lack of connection throws us back into our childhood patterns
  • Learning to feel the feelings without buying into the thoughts
  • The pleasure gap and the orgasm gap
  • Significant differences between female and male arousal
  • Foria’s holistic approach to female wellness throughout life

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