19 :: Living Orgasmic with Elise Carr

Episode Description:

In this episode, I am joined by Elise Carr, M.A., the Trailblazing Woman behind StellaMuse. Elise is on a mission to ignite women and men everywhere to live a more powerful and orgasmic life. She is a brilliant, well educated woman who was immersed in the world of fashion as a professional model as well as a journalist and budding author, living between Australia and Europe.

When her body began to deteriorate physically, and her relationship with her partner was draining her, she knew something had to change.

Join us as we explore Tantra, Trauma, the Heroine’s Journey and Living Orgasmic on Episode 19 of Ignite Intimacy!

Elise Carr – BIO

Known as the ‘Pioneer of Yoni Power’, Elise Carr, M.A. is a Sacred Spirituality and Sexuality Director, Life Empowerment Mentor and Certified Holistic Health Coach, Writer, Speaker,Tantra practitioner, Reiki Master, Model, Artist, and Divine Feminine Trailblazer!

With unwavering enthusiasm, fierce dedication and spirited insight, she guides inspirational souls on a purpose driven passion filled mission, away from fear and dissatisfaction, and into courageous love and divine power; living life as their most authentic, nourished, empowered selves.

 

Connect with Elise:

Website: http://www.stellamuse.com/

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stella.muse/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stellamuseme/

Twitter https://twitter.com/stellamuse_com

Get Up, Get Up Right NOW!

My evolution into becoming an embodied and empowered singer has been exciting, scary at times, thrilling, and enlightening. I trust my story will inspire you to take those steps to make your dreams a full-blown reality. My journey just keeps going, and just keeps getting better. and better!! When I was 30, I began working with my first life coach and regularly sang as I walked into her office for a session. She used to tell me, ‘Laura, I could listen to you sing alllllll day long! Your voice is like buttah!’ Hearing her words and feeling the love that she shared them with gave me courage to begin opening up. Eventually I chose to listen to the small voice within which kept telling me to go to Karaoke to get over my fear of singing in front of others. Within 1 month I was bored with Karaoke and decided that I wanted to start a reggae band. I found two young guys on craigslist with a similar vision and together, over the next 6 months, we built a 10 piece band called Mosaic Foundation! I was the lead singer, co~wrote our songs, managed and booked the band all while … Continue reading