Lingerie & The Nervous System
A FREE CLASS WITH KIMBERLY ANN JOHNSON
Friday, February 18th at 12 pm pst | 3 pm EST
Are You Intrigued, Disgusted or Mystified By lingerie?
Women have all kinds of reactions to lingerie.
Some find it a waste of money because it’s going to come off anyway.
Others thinks it’s totally hot but don’t know where to start.
Still others don’t want to be objectified or made to feel like they need to wear something special to look or feel more desirable.
No doubt you have your own stories about lingerie- what it means and who it’s for.
All kind of things can get wrapped up in our strong feelings– including your feminism, your body image, your politics, your sexual availability, your bank account, + your relationship status or dynamics.
Let’s untangle this a bit so that we can open up space for more fun, adventure, and playfulness not just in this season of love and Valentine’s, but from now on.
IN THIS CLASS, WE WILL COVER:
- The do’s and don’ts of lingerie
- Some of the common over and uncoupling with lingerie and a chance to unravel some of your own feelings about it
- A walkthrough of my favorite lingerie pieces, stores/brands and what I love about them
- How to wear lingerie and when to put it on
THIS CLASS IS FOR YOU IF:
- You cringe at lingerie
- You want to find new ways to connect to your sensuality and a sense of play
- You feel confused about what to buy or when you would wear it
- You resist lingerie because you know your partner would want it
- Your partner says they don’t like lingerie, but you are curious about it
Kimberly Ann Johnson
Mother, Sexological Bodyworker, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
Kimberly Ann Johnson is a single mom who had to figure out how to maintain an erotic identity while parenting and breadwinning alone.
She is the bestselling author of 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, as well as the groundbreaking Call of The Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken Our Own Power, And Use It For Good (HarperWave, 2021).
She specializes in helping women prepare for birth, recover from birth injuries, gynecological trauma and sexual boundary ruptures.
Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Vogue, New York Magazine’s The Cut, Harper’s Bazaar, Today.com and many more. She is the host of the Sex, Birth and Trauma podcast with over 750K unique downloads.