Jacqui Lalita is a mythical storyteller, dancer, writer and teacher who has made it her life’s work to help people reconnect to the beauty of their souls and their embodied sensuality. Her healing dance and wellness retreats and workshops illuminate the path of the divine feminine and the wisdom of the living Earth.
Her writing has been featured in The Huffington Post and Elephant Journal and she is the author of two books of poetry, Romancing the Divine and Rebirth of Venus, as well as the star of the Element Belly Dance DVD
This month on Intimate Conversations LIVE, I talk with Jacqui Lalita. Jacqui is an exquisite and beautiful woman she is a belly dancer, she is the embodiment of a goddess. There is another level of movement watching her talk and just so exciting to know there is more. We dive into challenges and what it takes to look inside. Join us this month as Intimate Conversations is on VIDEO! Intimate Conversation Live, September 21st at 4pm PT Read More →
This month on Intimate Conversations LIVE, I talk with Elisabeth Scheffer. Elisabeth is living her dream, in love and following her truth. She will tell us what it took to move to Europe (as an American) and follow love. It is important to hear stories similar to you and I…and hear that it is possible, because they are living it. It warms the heart and lifts us to the possibility vibration. When something ouchy happens, do you close your heart…or are you willing to stay open…listen to this month’s Intimate Conversation Live, August 24th at 4pm PT Read More →
Q: My girlfriend and I have been together for a couple of years now and she seems less interested in having sex lately. What can I do to spark her interest without seeming like I am always begging for more sex?
Seriously? I felt this wave of embarrassment wash over me when you asked that. Back when I was in dance class in my teens, I had horrible acne on my shoulder and all the acne drugs didn’t work. My Dad was a pharmacist and got me on this simple Sulfa drug and for some reason, it cleaned it all up by graduation, Thank God! Yet I remember not being able to wear a T-shirt in ballet class and KNOWING the girl behind me was grossed out. So humiliating. Read More →