In this episode of the She Finds Joy podcast, Kim speaks with Danielle Savory. She’s a certified sex coach for women who works hard to help women everywhere discover the joys of sex. Danielle and Kim talk about what “sexy” means to us women, and how we can work to embrace our sensuality.
In today’s episode, Kim and Danielle discuss…
How women can step into their inner sexual confidence by honoring themselves and their bodies.
Ways you can embrace your sexuality—maybe you don’t need lace and corsets to feel sexy. Do what makes you feel sexy!
Why your mind-body connection is crucial to your sexuality. It’s important to be in touch with the sensations that turn you on.
“...a lot of women are trying to fit into what we've been fed ‘what sexy looks like.’” - Danielle Savory
Danielle’s top tips for creating a relationship with yourself, first…
Practice self-love. This could be as simple as giving yourself a kiss on your arm or hand everyday.
Spend time focusing on sensations. These don’t need to be sexual in nature—pay attention to how it feels to brush your teeth or wash your hair.
Expand your love for all parts of your body.
Understand that sex itself doesn’t need to be the “main course”. You can enjoy lots of appetizers with your partner as well!
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Danielle Savory is a master certified coach specializing in helping women have a better sex life. She uses her background in neuroscience and mindfulness to help women unpack what is holding them back from pleasure and how to connect more deeply with their bodies. Visit her website at Daniellesavory.com, or follow her on Instagram or add her on Facebook at Danielle Savory.
Kim Strobel is Chief Happiness Officer at Kim Strobel Live Events and Retreats. She is a teacher, consultant, motivational speaker, happiness coach, and mission-minded person whose passion is helping others overcome their fears and discover their joy!
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