Reclaiming The Feminine

Embodied Sexuality as Spiritual Practice

A Sounds True audio program

When your spirituality includes your sexuality, you access a power that can change the world.

“Feminine sexuality is the antidote to a profit-driven, shame-based patriarchy that robs us all of our basic humanity,” explains author and teacher Kimberly Ann Johnson.

In Reclaiming the Feminine, Johnson draws from a wealth of disciplines to help women claim their inner authority and become more effective at addressing these harmful and outdated power dynamics in the world.

In this six-session audio program, Johnson shares her experience as a yoga teacher, doula, and self-described “vaginapractor” to expose the layers of separation—from misogyny and trauma to mass marketing and impossible standards of beauty—that have put women at odds with the inherent wisdom of their bodies

A Sounds True Audio Program

Reclaiming the Feminine uncovers the connections between cultural oppression and repressed sensuality and shows us how to radically redraw the boundaries of sex to serve our whole selves.

Sexuality and spiritual practice have been at odds for centuries. Kimberly Ann Johnson teaches us how to reconcile the two.

“Now is the time to embrace a new vision of sexuality in all its forms. Now is the time to get back to our essential natures.” - Kimberly Ann Johnson


Kimberly Ann Johnson

Author, Sexological Bodyworker, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, Structural Integration practitioner, postpartum advocate, retired yoga teacher and single mom. 

She is the author of Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, And Use It For Good (HarperWave, 2021) and the early mothering classic The Fourth Trimester: Healing Your Body, Balancing Your Emotions and Restoring Your Vitality (Shambhala, 2017) published in seven languages around the world.

For the past 12 years, she has been helping women recover from birth, gynecological surgeries and sexual boundary ruptures.

Her work has been featured on the Goop! podcast, The New York TimesForbesVogue, New York Magazine’s The CutHarper’s Bazaar, and many more. She is the host of the Sex Birth Trauma podcast with 750,000 unique downloads.

“Our work here is to reclaim parts of ourselves that may have been left behind when we attempted to fit into rigid boxes of what ‘spiritual’ looks like or ‘good’ looks like. It takes real magic and power to be a woman who owns her body and mind.” -Kimberly Ann Johnson

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