Feeling Your Eroticism, Love + Self-Love with Katie Silcox
When Katie Silcox released her book, Healthy, Happy, Sexy – Ayurveda Wisdom for Modern Women – I wondered, who is this gal? I had never heard of her. I was jealous. I feel energy rise up in my second chakra just admitting I was jealous.
Women’s jealousy is an interesting beast to ride. Over the years I’ve come to recognize jealousy as a live-giving shakti that points me in the direction of a true sister. With my jealousy comes my respect. As I witnessed her success, as her book translating Ayurveda for the typical Cosmo reader soared to become a New York Times Bestsellter, my awe grew.
This conversation with Katie arose from both my desire to finally meet and converse with this modern tantric yogini, and also from you, dear tribe, in your desire to hear more about sex and eroticism.
I rap with Katie Silcox about Women, sexuality and spirituality:
- How Love and emotions are the feminine portal for awakening
- What is rasa and it’s tie to enlightenment
- Throwing off the mantle of the yogic patriarchy
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- How to honor your shakti in conversation
- Deep self-care – what does that even mean?
- Evaluate: Is your yoga healing you or building your capacity?
- Katie’s Website
- Healthy Happy Sexy: Ayurveda Wisdom for Modern Women by Katie Silcox
- Body Thrive Book
Katie Silcox is the New York Times Best-Selling author of the book, Healthy, Happy, Sexy – Ayurveda Wisdom for Modern Women. She is also an internationally-recognized yoga teacher, Ayurvedic practitioner, writer and inspirer of hearts and minds. She is renowned for her depth of study, her ability to present the complexities of yoga’s ancient wisdom in a practical, life-affirming manner, as well as her unique capacity to distill the teachings of yoga with southern-belle humor and grace. Her signature teaching style blends classical yoga, vinyasa-based asana and life-changing Tantric/Ayurvedic philosophy.
Katie was named one of San Francisco’s Best Yoga Teachers by Common Ground Magazine in 2009, one of “70 Yogis Changing the World” by Origin Magazine in 2014, and one of “100 Trailblazers in Yoga and Ayurveda” by Spirituality and Health Magazine in 2015. Katie has written extensively on the topics of yoga, Ayurveda, sexuality, herbalism and women’s health in such publications as Yoga Journal, Common Ground Magazine and Origin Magazine. Her best-selling book has been translated into multiple languages around the globe.