Tune in to the Wellness in San Diego podcast for weekly conversations with local biz owners + changemakers across food, health, movement, wellbeing + spirituality. This week sexologist, coach + pelvic physical therapist helps us rekindle our sexual desire tips by taking small steps towards a healthier connection with our feelings + desires.
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Season 2, Episode 8: Rekindling Your Sexual Desire
Reclaim your flame + have more pleasure in your life!
Dr. Rose Schlaff, a sexologist, coach + pelvic physical therapist, joins us on the pod to help us unpack the emotional, societal, mental + physical barriers that might have us less than satisfied with our sex life.
Dr. Rose is SUCH a great teacher and she talks us through:
- how societal conditioning has a big impact on how we view our bodies + relationship to sex
- understanding your own desires + needs
- helpful exercises to help you ease back into physical intimacy, improve communication + express your desires
- how important pelvic floor health + awareness is for pleasureable sex (and better overall bodily health, including less lower back pain!)
- breath work tips to activate your pelvic floor
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