In today’s episode, we speak with trauma-focused Somatic Sex Coach, facilitator, healer, and embodiment leader Kat Nantz. (https://www.katnantz.com/)
We talk about everything from Kat’s work which is really about slowing down and bringing people back into their bodies and inviting more pleasure, about how boundary work is so radical in shifting our culture and getting off the hamster wheel and questioning whether the mindset of the dominant culture is actually serving us.
Our conversation takes a fascinating turn as we explore how our inability to notice and put words to what we’re somatically experiencing in our bodies, can have an adverse impact on how we’re raising our children.
And no conversation would be complete with a sex coach until we explored Disruptions With Purpose After Dark and talk about our capacity to have better sex and more enriched sex lives.
And finally, we dive into the world of trauma and our body’s role in helping us renegotiate that wounding.
Kat’s ability to hold the space for trauma and healing, grief and beauty, pleasure and pain is a miracle and I’m so excited for you to hear the genius and the gift that Kat is sharing with the world.
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Kat Nantz is a somatic pleasure, sex, & relationship coach (https://www.katnantz.com/) who is deeply committed to supporting folks in coming home to their bodies and their capacity to heal & experience a deeper more expansive pleasure.
Kat teaches folks to advocate for their own pleasure and build resilience, and guide them to deepen their relationship to personal power through developing emotional, sexual and embodied intelligence.