Have you ever wondered what Tantra’s really all about? 

Is it seedy, or is it beautiful? Today we get to go deeper into what Tantra really is (and how it’s not all about sex) with relationships expert, Jan Day. 

Jan is one of the most well known and highly regarded Tantra teachers in the UK. 

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In this free podcast interview, you’ll discover:

– Why Tantra isn’t all about sex and how it can deeply support all of our relationships (not just our romantic relationships)

The five core needs we have as children and what happens in our relationships when these aren’t met (heads up, most of us have had at least one of these needs not fully met in childhood, if not more)

How to have a full body orgasm (okay, we do talk a little about sex!)

And Jan will also take us through a gentle, self-love exercise too.

You can listen below…

Important: In this podcast, we will talk about sex (as well as other topics) and while there are no graphic, sexy details, we do talk about the full body orgasm later in the podcast… so if you have children around, you may like to listen through headphones!

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Resources from our Jan Day Podcast

You can find out more about Jan and her work at www.janday.com and here’s a direct link to Jan’s page showing all her workshops.

You can also find the Flow of Being Meditation mentioned in the podcast as a download from Bandcamp or as a physical CD.

And finally a reference to the five core needs in childhood mentioned in the podcast, Jan has passed us the reference to this book: 

Healing Developmental Trauma: How Early Trauma Affects Self-Regulation, Self-Image, and the Capacity for Relationship by Laurence Heller, PhD, and Aline LaPierre, PsyD.

Thank you, Jan ❤️.

I hope you enjoyed this podcast.

Until next time!

Love Emma x 

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