We are turning the tables for this episode of Sex Is Medicine! Devi Ward Erickson is interviewed by Kriste Peoples, Founder of Black Woman’s Alliance of Denver, Colorado. They discuss how sexual and non-sexual Tantra practices can be used to heal and release trauma from the nervous system, transform suffering, and cultivate balance of body, mind, spirit and sex. Tune in for this delicious and enriching conversation specifically designed for Black Women on Tantra for Holistic Healing…
- How to release trauma & transform suffering
- What tantra for holistic healing is all about
- How to transform your relationships and experience more growth and intimacy
- Plus so much more!
Watch the interview below:
ABOUT KRISTE PEOPLES
Kriste Peoples is a Denver-based writer, producer, women’s trail running coach, and outdoorist. Her work in the field of equity and inclusion in nature combines speaking and facilitating transformational experiences for others. As founder of Black Women’s Alliance of Denver she extends her passion for connecting underrepresented communities to new, empowering narratives of wellness.
Connect with Kriste on her website HERE
Learn more about the Black Women’s Alliance of Denver HERE