Making Your Sexual Self A Priority with Cori Watson

core connections wellness May 26, 2020

Are you ready for things to get a bit awkward? This episode is going to touch on something that isn't talked about enough *are we even surprised?*

I’m usually the one encouraging you to be open-minded as we dive into one of my episodes but the tables have turned, my friend. Because sex, love and relationship coach Cori Watson is going to teach you how to find balance with the energies in you.

To be honest, navigating your sexual self after having kids can be hard! I mean, your body, mind and perspective have changed since only being in a relationship with your partner.

In this interview with Cori Watson, we talk about why women need to be open to learning how to surrender, when is a good time to use a breathing practice and even why it's important to find what lights you up without relying on your kids or your partner.

You’re going to hear Cori share: 

  • How to change your mindset 
  • How to set your priorities
  • How to transition between your energies
  • How to find balance

Ladies I’m telling you, we need to start talking about this more no matter how awkward it may seem. I seriously took it to heart and I hope you can walk away knowing a little more insight about your sexual self. I can’t wait for you to tune in >>HERE<<!

Many many thanks to Cori Watson for shedding her professional insight to this topic. To check out Cori's new program and show her some love, click >>HERE<<. 

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Bio: With over a decade in practice as a John F. Barnes-trained myofascial release massage therapist, training through the Tantric Institute under Layla Martin’s Integrated Sex, Love, & Relationship Coaching program, and over two decades of studying energy and the body/mind complex, Cori Watson is uniquely qualified to coach and support growth-oriented, resilient mothers to learn to embrace the chaos so they can thrive in the unknown of whatever life throws at them while still igniting and strengthening passion in their relationships and in their bodies.

The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).

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