What is Yoni Steaming and Can It Help Heal Sexual Trauma?

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Discover how womb health and Yoni consciousness through vaginal steaming can help release emotional and sexual trauma, and revitalize sensuality for happiness, joy, love and sexual pleasure.

Yoni Steaming is an ancient practice which uses herbal medicine to heal the vagina and womb, improve sexual function, and enrich reproductive health.

Devi Ward speaks with Sensual Empowerment Coach, Tracey Bryant about this ancient art, and how it can help women heal from sexual trauma and revitalize sensuality for happiness, joy, love and sexual pleasure.
Find out:

  • What Yoni Steaming is really all about
  • Should you DIY or do you need a “coach”
  • The many healing benefits of Yoni Steaming
  • How it can increase sexual pleasure
  • How it helps with fertility
  • Natural Birth Control suggestions
  • Working Through Trauma for healthier relationships

 

 

About Tracey Bryant:

Tracey R. Bryant is a Sensual Empowerment Coach, certified Yoni Steam Practitioner, Feminine Health and Wellness Educator, and Womb Advocate. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from McNeese State University in Sociology and Human Sexuality, and I have a license in Social Work. She is a certified Natural Health and Wellness Consultant. She is a Rape Crisis, and Domestic Violence Volunteer, Counselor and Advocate, and AIDS/HIV Pre Test – Post Test Counselor and Outreach Educator.

Find out more about Tracey at:
http://www.sensualhoneywellness.com/

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