This Is Why A Jade Egg Practice Makes Sex Amazing

"People put jade...

that green stone...

that's in the shape of an egg...

where?!"

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In the vagina.

"And you do kegels with it?"

Not just kegels.

Kegels tend to focus only on the vaginal opening and don't address the strength and relaxation of the whole pelvic floor. 

At the same time, a jade egg practice doesn't just affect your body (or your partner's body if you identify as male).

It connects women to their sensuality, their sexuality, to their sensations, and their power.

"Uh, so what can a jade egg bring to my sex life if my partner has a practice?"

I invite you to take a listen to this week's episode of the Epic Couples PodcastJade Egg and Your Relationship.

Shaun and I not only talk about jade eggs and what constitutes a jade egg practice but also about what it brings to our sex life.

From normalizing women’s health and sexuality to providing a deeper connection and greater sensitivity, listen as we talk specifics around a jade egg practice.

Hear Shaun say, “Hold on. Timeout. Can you tell me what the hell is a jade egg? I don't think we talk about this very much.”

Hear me say, “It’s another one of those things around women's health and women's sexuality that is completely ignored. And so the sentiment is don't talk about it, and you have to live with it. It's not going to get better. You get to just sit in shame around it. And hopefully that also shuts you up around it so you don't talk about it.”

Tune in to hear how I explain in greater detail the power of a strong and relaxed pelvic floor for great sex.

Through our conversation consider social-conditioning in long term relationships around your partner’s sexuality being yours and theirs being yours.

OUCH!

Begin to look at how a strong individual connection to your sexuality with something like a jade egg practice can empower the intimacy and sex in your relationship.

Epic sex. Epic connection. Epic life.

They're all yours for the taking!

Sending you love,
Daniela

P.S. If you've got questions or want to share your experience with a jade egg practice, share in the comments below or email me at daniela@danielatanner.com