Join Devi Ward Erickson and her panel of certified sexperts for the final episode of 2021! Devi and her crew answer listener's questions about: Keeping and maintaining an erection with new partners How...
How do you integrate the practice of Tantra without absorbing potentially harmful cis-heteronormative narratives? This episode is for radical anti-assimilationists, those who want to get past the trauma stories of linen pants, and those who...Read More
Kegel's, Semen Retention, and “Spiritual Sex” Join Devi Ward Erickson and her team of ACS Certified Sexologists for another episode of “Ask A Sexologist” as they discuss troubleshooting your tantra practice and embodying spiritual sex....Read More
Have you ever wondered how to get your sexy back and feel good in the process? Between work, the kids and their activities, and taking care of your aging parents, you fall into bed exhausted...Read More
It's time again for another episode of Ask a Sexologist and we have a really juicy one for you TONIGHT! Find out what pegging is and how powerful pegging can be for your total...
How important a role does sexual pleasure play in your life? Should the quality and quantity of your orgasms matter? Join Devi and author Steve Bodansky as they discuss the why and how of cultivating...Read More
Gen X is often referred to as “the forgotten generation”. In spite of being forgotten, WE are the generation that invented the internet and laid the groundwork for the world as we know it. Our...Read More
Join Devi Ward Erickson and the legendary sexual wholeness educator, A’magine (formerly known as Amy Jo Goddard) as they discuss the link between our wholeness as human beings and our sexual pleasure, desire, and expression....Read More
The desire for connection and erotic expression is hardwired into the human design. The process of “rewilding” eros + our sexual relationships allows us to understand and embrace our innate human-primate desire for connection and...Read More
Once upon a time, we were told by an injured human that sex was bad and should be avoided. We were told that sexual pleasure was bad and would lead us away from our “true...Read More
*The Tantra Mastery Training Program does not require approval by the registrar of the private Training Institute Branch (PTIB). As such, the registrar did not review this program.