Sex Is Medicine is your #1 online resource for Holistic Sex Education.

Sex Is Medicine is a one hour Tantra podcast that explores the connection between sexuality and spirituality, pleasure and personal growth- and the impact those have on the health and wellness of your body, mind, and spirit!

Get answers to your questions about all things sexual and spiritual and learn the most practical and effective tools for healing body, mind, and sex.

Join over 300,000 listeners and tune in to the #1 resource for holistic sex education.

Sex as Medicine Tantra Podcast airs LIVE the first Thursday of every month.


Upcoming Live Shows

Date: Thursday, Sept. 24th 2020

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: Ask a sexologist ~ The #WAP vs #Cuties Controversy!

This episode of Sex Is Medicine explores the recent controversy over #WAP vs. #Cuties and the connection between adult sexual expression and the impact that may have on our youth.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 17th 2020

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: What Does It Mean to be Trauma-Informed?

As the concept of being “trauma-informed” gains more traction in the field of sexology, it’s important to understand what it means for a practitioner or modality to legitimately be trauma-informed AND, what the difference is between being a trauma-informed practitioner and being a trauma therapist.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 10th 2020

Time: 7-8 pm PST

Listen Live at: CTR Network

Topic: Healing From A Miscarriage

As many as 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. 85% of this happen in the 1st trimester. For an experience that is relatively common, there isn’t a lot of discussion around it. The experience of miscarrying a wanted child can be devastating for mothers and their partners. Having the ability to talk about the experience can be vital to healing.

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Devi Ward is an internationally recognized Tantra Expert and Female Sexuality Expert, Certified Tantric Healer, Certified Reiki Practitioner, and one of the first Westerners sanctioned to teach the Tibetan Five Element practices, which stem from a 2,600 year old lineage of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism.

Devi is the Host of “Sex is Medicine”, a Tantra Podcast with over 300,00 listeners returning live Feb 1st 2018!

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Listener Reviews

Devi is amazing!!! by Erin and Jason

She is awakening the mass consciousness around Spiritual Sex! Every episode she interviews a sexual expert, and combined with her sexual expertise, this is one of the only radio shows that can expand your consciousness around sacred sex, love, enlightenment and power! She is so fun to listen to and we love her.

Ms by Lexie W.

I LOVE this show! I never knew there was a connection between sexuality and spirituality, and between sexuality and healing our bodies and minds. This is a very informative show whose time is long overdue. Each show is interesting, informative and often entertaining.

Bisexuality Explored on Better Love & Sex by Asha Love

This show is so varied and diverse! As a sensual woman and creative writer, this podcast was incredibly refreshing and exciting for me. Devi is a candid, down-to-earth, charismatic host with a great wealth of knowledge to offer! CHECK IT OUT! There is something here for EVERYONE!

Hello, Devi –

I know I’ve written this before, but I just have to repeat that your knowledge and articulation of these topics is unsurpassed!  I always tune in to your podcasts on men and always get something out of them.  I can’t state enough how impressed I am with your work.

My kudos, too, to Chris and Brion.  All of you work so well together to teach ‘sex (as) medicine.’  Thank you, thank you, thank you!


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