Self Care Tips from Emily Kuser

Spiritual traditions have in many ways been influenced by masculine structures and principles, whilst the female voice has been missing. Especially in the yoga world, claims Emily Kuser. The uterus is barely mentioned even though it is the very place for the birth of humanity. The menstrual cycle is also very much a topic that is not commonly brought up within spiritual conversations. In this video, the women’s self care teacher Emily Kuser offers a few tips on how to connect deeper with ourselves and our bodies.

About Emily Kuser

Emily has spent a decade and over 10,000 hours on teaching, research and personal experience to create the highest-level training possible. She has a sincere curiosity about healing methodologies and spiritual systems and wholeheartedly investigates their practicality for everyday people with everyday lives. Emily has studied with masters around the world in Asia, Europe and Central America. Her work is deeply influenced by Somatics, Tantra and teachers Sally Kempton, Tara Judelle & Mark Whitwell. Emily teaches at the renowned Yoga Barn in Ubud, Bali and offers Hatha Yoga, Meditation & Women’s Circles. She also specializes in holistic sexuality as a Love, Sex & Relationship Coach and offers a popular course she calls Understanding Sex. Her 200 Hour High Vibe Yoga Teacher Trainings are held twice a year as well as her 50 Hour Self-Care Trainings. Emily’s vision for the High Vibe Yoga project is clear. She wants to ‘shake things up’. https://highvibeyoga.com/

Get access Emily’s full Masterclass in The Membership

In Emily Kuser’s full class on Wisdom From North Membership she will help you as a woman reconnect to your body and open up to your natural sensuality and sexuality. By creating awareness around the language we use around our body, so that you can reclaim the words, mapping out the female sexual anatomy as well as give you exercises to dive into your sexual being, you will be able to bring yourself back to more wholeness.


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