Jan. 28, 2021

That Thing About Our Relationship With Pleasure

That Thing About Our Relationship With Pleasure

In this episode we are going to learn that that our relationship to pleasure is directly proportional to our well being and by expanding our window of tolerance for pleasure, we can expand our capacity for just about every aspect of our lives. Nischa Phair, an embodiment researcher and coach specializing in trauma informed pleasure work, will discuss how to get the feel-good life you envision for yourself without having to toil so much, as well as discover that Pleasure Work allows us to better understand how we relate to safety and security, and understand that the repressed shame around sex and pleasure that prevents us from fully stepping into our potential can be released. Find out more at https://www.beforeyougopodcast.com

Nischa Phair

Guest

Nischa Phair is an embodiment researcher and coach specializing in pleasure work. She has worked as a movement, embodiment and contemplative practice educator for 14 years through Yoga (RYT500), Pilates, Hoop Dance and Somatics (Body Mind Centering, Laban Movement Analysis).
Nischa believes that our relationship to pleasure is directly proportional to our well being and by expanding our window of tolerance for pleasure, we can expand our capacity for healthy love, professional success and overall well-being.
Her work is holistic in that it unites the physical, emotional, sexual and spiritual parts of self while staying rooted in modern, evidence-based systems and approaches including movement based Somatics, embodiment philosophy, trauma theory, feminism and social justice. She is also a Certified Advanced Trainer in NeurOptimal Neurofeedback.
Nischa is an MA candidate at York University, Toronto, living and working on the unceded territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, where she is also training as a Somatic Movement Therapist.
Nischa Phair is an embodiment researcher and coach specializing in trauma informed pleasure work to help you feel good and live a more purposeful life.