Rie Katagiri is the creatrix of Erotic Movement Arts (EMA), a female centered, pleasure guided, sensual movement method that empowers women through awakening their female erotic energy. It integrates sensual female-centered Yoga, Qi Gong, Meditation and Sacred Dance.
At the heart of every experience with Rie you will find a Goddess oriented, nurturing and transformative gathering space for healing through eros.
Rie began her body/mind healing career almost 20 years ago, working exclusively in the movement and wellness industry professionally since 2001.
She currently leads teacher trainings, women’s retreats and choreographs for Film, TV and Musicians.
In this episode we speak about everything from:
~ the intellectualizing of spirit, sex and eros vs. actual embodiment
~ what it means to truly get IN the body
~ erotic love being THE generative love
~ the difference between erotic and sexual
~ the chaos of being alive and the simultaneous grace of it all
~ becoming aware if you are spiritual bypassing
~ why the erotic MUST come with experiencing life fully
~ reclaiming your body
~ and the surprising connection between softening and personal power
Connect with Rie Katagir
Website | https://www.eroticmovementarts.com
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/riekatagiri/
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