HEALING, INTEGRATING TRAUMA, AND LIBERATING SEXUAL EXPRESSION
WITH HEATHER REBECCA WILSON
The Jade Egg is a carved and polished egg-shaped piece of jade and is worn inside the vagina/yoni to strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor. This practice has ancient Taoist roots going back to 100 B.C. Considered a practice for priestesses to cultivate high levels of spiritual energy, it was also taught to courtesans to maintain youth, beauty, and vitality.
This beautiful, holistic practice gives women a tangible method for shifting their emotional reality with their bodies, healing and integrating trauma, and liberating sexual expression in a life-affirming and celebratory way.
A regular Jade Egg practice can help you to:
Enjoy sex more
Feel like a living goddess on earth
Alleviate anxiety & depression
Reconnect with your long-term partner
Release religious/cultural/family guilt & shame
Begin healing & integrating sexual, racialized, intergenerational, and ancestral trauma
Access your innate divine power & creative potential
Develop a strong yet relaxed yoni
HEATHER REBECCA WILSON
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION CONSULTANT
Heather is a Transformational Coach and Sacred Space Holder for Women. Inspired by her own holistic, healing journey to dismantle her internalized oppression, she is absolutely passionate about helping women to reclaim their lives, bodies, energy, and spirits from the intergenerational impact of colonization, slavery, racism, sexism, and misogyny. Infused with deep love, intuitive presence, acceptance, and compassion, her methodology combines the best of modern psychology with ancient Tantric and Taoist practices, skills as a Diversity and Inclusion practitioner, and the wisdom of her lived experience as a multiracial woman of color.
Heather has an A.B. in Theatre Arts from Brown University, is a graduate of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Diversity Leadership Institute , National Diversity Practitioners Institute, and The Tantric Institute of Integrated Sexuality. She has presented at the People of Color Conference (NAIS) and The Potomac School in McLean, VA. Learn more about Heather at www.heatherrebeccawilson.com