002: The journey back to sexual wholeness with Morgan Day Cecil

002: The journey back to sexual wholeness with Morgan Day Cecil

Morgan Day Cecil is a fellow sex/love/relationship coaching peer whom I met at a retreat in Mexico in May 2017.

 

Getting to know Morgan was like grace embodying itself. The power of her story and the way she tells it is one of the most captivating I’ve ever heard.

 

In this episode, Morgan shares her deeply vulnerable story of sexual abuse, eating disorder, the shame that came along with both, and her amazing story of redemption and healing back into herself and her body. Morgan shares how becoming a mother was an initiation back into the sacredness of her body and belonging to herself.

 

We discuss how your body and sexuality is for you, and how you don’t need approval from a man or anyone else to deem yourself worthy of delighting in you. We also talk about how yoga, mediation, breathwork, and tantra brought her back to sexual wholeness.

 

More about Morgan:

 

Morgan Day Cecil’s mission is to embody love, live in wholeness and help other women live in freedom, not shame. Through her courses, one on one work, and Sophia Experience Retreats, Morgan gently empowers women to come home to their hidden wholeness and sacred feminine and enjoy their body of bliss. She lives in Portland, OR with her two kids and husband.

 

You can find her at www.morgandaycecil.com and on Instagram @morgandaycecil

 

As a way to say, “Thanks for listening and helping me spread the message that women can embrace the fullness of their sexuality and be amazing mama’s too,” head over to iTunes and leave me a review and a 5 star rating for your chance to win a free jade egg February 5, 2018!

 

 

001: Meet Lacey Broussard – sex, love, and relationship coach for moms

001: Meet Lacey Broussard – sex, love, and relationship coach for moms

The Multiorgasmic Mama Podcast is finally here!

In this very first episode of The Multiorgasmic Mama Podcast, I share with you the story of how and why being born and raised in South Louisiana in a conservative Christian environment led me to become a sex, love, and relationship coach for moms, Tantra and jade egg teacher, and why I named the podcast “The Multiorgasmic Mama.”

In this episode, I talk about my religious upbringing and how it effected how I felt about being born a woman, teenage love and the fear of abandonment, birth stories and how they cracked me wide open, sexual awakening through the jade egg and Tantra with my husband, what’s possible in the realm of relationships as we step into a new paradigm of how we love, relate and communicate with ourselves and our partners, and the taboo around sex and motherhood and how I aim to break it.

Episode mentions:

Julie Hughes soul midwife

Jenn Burton dating coach

Layla Martin tantra teacher

Marie Forleo b-school program

Now, it’s your turn to go grab yourself a cup of tea or coffee and listen by the fire or get outside and go for a run while you listen for a weekly dose of inspiration. You can listen right here from my website or from the Libsyn link here. Due to issues with submitting the podcast to iTunes, you won’t be able to find it in there just yet. Hopefully next week. In the meantime, stay tuned!

I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed creating it!

To your pleasure mama,

Lacey

The Four Phases of Desire Part 2: Slow Down

The Four Phases of Desire Part 2: Slow Down

(Inspired by Kate Northrup’s recent four-part blog series on the phases of creation, I bring you the second part of my four-part blog series on the phases of desire, sexual desire, in particular. (If you missed part one, click here.) We all have desire at some point in our lives, some times more than others. Just like the phases of the moon, and the planting seasons, a woman’s desire is cyclical, like her menstrual cycle. The level of a woman’s sexual desire is often dependent on what phase of the menstrual cycle she’s in.)

 

Are you good at agreeing to a night of love-making and then not following through with it in the end because you’re too tired and exhausted?

 

Sometimes, I give myself a high-five for getting 4 kids through a day without a hospital visit.

 

And that means I’ve put so much energy into my kids that at the end of the day, I just.don’t.feel.like.it. all the time.

 

Know what I mean?

 

But what if there was no goal for love making? What if the pressure was off and you slowed everything down instead? How would that affect your follow through? Would you be more excited about a night of really slow, sensual, relaxing love making?

 

In today’s 3 minute video, you’ll learn:

 

  • How the slowing down phase of desire is akin to autumn/the luteal phase of your cycle/the waning moon
  • What to do when you’re in the slowing down phase of desire
  • The benefits of slowing down
  • How to use the slowing down phase of desire to turn numbness and pain into sensation and pleasure

 

No matter what phase of desire you’re in, it’s important to honor where you are.

 

Don’t know how to ask him to slow down?

 

I’ve got just what you need. Check out my free guided audio practice – 15 minutes to more intimacy and connection in the bedroom here.

 

If you’re ready to update how you love, relate, and communicate so you can spend more time being awesome together, check it out here!

 

With so much love,

 

Lacey

 

p.s. Are you a mom that would love to transform your exhaustion into ecstasy, so you feel sexy and confident in your body and get the intimacy and desire you crave? Sign up here to book a FREE Exhausted to Ecstatic Discovery Session with me. Once you book a day and time, I’ll be in touch via email with next steps. Can’t wait to talk mama!

 

p.s.s. Are you local in Lafayette, LA? Full Moon Women’s Circle at The Yoga Garden Sunday, August 6th, 11:15-12:45. Follow the FB link here for the details!

 

Can you believe the ancient Taoist Jade Egg practice has made it all the way from China to Lafayette, LA? Join me for Lafayette’s first ever Jade Egg workshop at The Yoga Garden August 19th 3-6:00pm. Follow the FB link here for the details!

 

Prenatal yoga at The Yoga Garden Thursday’s 5:45!

 

The Four Phases of Desire Part 1: Receive

The Four Phases of Desire Part 1: Receive

(Inspired by Kate Northrup’s recent four-part blog series on the phases of creation, I bring you the first part of my four-part blog series on the phases of desire, sexual desire, in particular. We all have desire at some point in our lives, some times more than others. Just like the phases of the moon, and the planting seasons, a woman’s desire is cyclical, like her menstrual cycle. The level of a woman’s sexual desire is often dependent on what phase of the menstrual cycle she’s in.)

 

 

You know summer’s here when mom guilt sinks in.

 

Mom guilt for allowing the kids WAY more screen time than should be legal…

 

So you can work on launching your new project or business in as much peace and quiet as possible.

 

Well, last week, summer hit the Broussard house.

 

I was mom-frazzled by Wednesday struggling working from home and giving kids attention simultaneously.

 

One task I did manage to complete was a survey on sex and motherhood.

 

I asked women what their biggest struggles were in sex, love, and relationships after having kids.

 

38 respondents later, I was surprised at the results.

 

Learn what I discovered here !

 

In the 5 minute video you’ll learn:

 

  • The top 3 issues moms face in sex, love, and relationships after having kids
  • The 4 phases of desire and how the receiving phase of desire is akin to summer/the ovulation phase of your cycle/the full moon
  • How your cycle affects your desire
  • What to do when you’re in the receiving phase of desire
  • The benefits of receiving

No matter what phase of desire you’re in, it’s important to honor where you are.

 

Afraid to ask for what you want? Don’t know how to relax into receiving?

 

I’ve got just what you need. Check out my free guided audio practice – 15 minutes to more intimacy and connection in the bedroom here.

 

If you’re ready to update how you love, relate, and communicate so you can spend more time being awesome together, check it out here!

 

With so much love,

 

Lacey

 

p.s. Are you a mom that would love to transform your exhaustion into ecstasy, so you feel sexy and confident in your body and get the intimacy and desire you crave? Sign up here to book a FREE relationship coaching session with me. Once you book a day and time, I’ll be in touch via email with next steps. Can’t wait to talk mama!

 

p.s.s. Are you local in Lafayette, LA? Full Moon Women’s Circle at The Yoga Garden Sunday, August 6th, 11:15-12:45. Follow the FB link here for the details!

 

Prenatal yoga at The Yoga Garden Thursday’s 5:45!

Women’s Circles: Then and Now

Women’s Circles: Then and Now

Not gonna lie, I used to think that a New Moon/Full Moon Women’s circle was conducted by crazy hippie ladies.

 

In my head I saw a circle of women holding up their magic crystals and howling at the moon by light of a bonfire.

 

I’d never been to one, so I had no idea.

 

I also grew up Southern Baptist in a small town in Louisiana.

 

So, I lived a very naïve and sheltered life until I got a job at a local coffee shop at 16 and told them that I “had” to work Sunday’s so I could get out of going to church with my parents.

 

Motivated to leave small town Louisiana, I saved nearly every penny I made to move to Denver, CO.

 

So, the morning after I graduated high-school, that’s what I did.

 

And I spent the next 10 years moving from place to place, stumbling through life with no real friends, and no support system.

 

Even to this day, I get jealous of many of my doula clients who’re having their babies in much more stable conditions – an established career, a tribe of friends, family around.

 

I even fantasize about what it would be like to have started my family now at 33 with my current man in our current situation now that our lives are more stable and established.

 

Anyway, it wasn’t until the end of last year, when I started tantra school to become a sex/love/relationship coach that I realized what true sisterhood – having a tribe of women who support and believe in you – is all about.

 

The only time I’d ever felt I belonged to something was my church family growing up – even though by the time I was 13/14, I knew that I didn’t believe the same things as them.

 

And as soon as I didn’t believe the same things, I got rejected…yep! I got in a fight with the youth minister when I was 16 – hence, I told the coffee shop I HAD to work Sunday’s 😉

 

And not until recently have I ever felt a “part” of anything or like I belonged.

 

I didn’t know what it would be like to have a group of women who truly believed in my power, whom I could call on to be heard, seen, and held in a truly supportive way and to offer the same for them.

 

Not in the kind of way where you bitch and complain and they agree that you’re a victim. No! Screw that shit.

 

I needed women who’d hold space for me and offer non-judgmental reflection and support.

 

So when I started my 600-hour, year long sex/love/relationship coaching certification program, I immediately became a part of a tribe of 165 of the most sexually liberated, leading-edge woman on the planet.

 

And with the snap of a finger, I found sisterhood for the first time in my life.

 

A safe container to connect, share, support, heal & transform was given to me right away and there was a feeling of “coming home” right then and there.

 

5 months later, I had the opportunity to meet 50 of them in Mexico for our live training portion of the program.

 

Starstruck as I was, it was like meeting a bunch of celebrities for the first time – all 50 of them at once.

 

Women whom I’d connected so deeply with via video and live calls and bore my soul to online, finally meeting in one place. It was surreal.

 

When I came home from Mexico, I realized that no longer having a sisterhood within my own community was an option.

 

I knew that if it were vital for my own well-being, then it must be for other woman in our community too who feel like they don’t belong or have a sisterhood they feel connected with.

 

That’s why I’ve created a safe container for woman of all ages, paths, and sexual orientations to come together as one:

 

  • To share our journey, insights and stories.

 

  • To be a safe space for women to be heard, seen and to transform.

 

  • To inspire self-forgiveness, empowerment and healthy relationships with other women.

 

  • To embrace the feminine essence by embracing ourselves, our rhythms and intuition.

 

So if sisterhood is something you’re yearning for too, I welcome you to join me for our first New Moon Women’s Circle at The Yoga Garden, this Sunday, July 23rd at 11:15-12:45.

 

The July 23rd New Moon Women’s Circle will involve a welcoming with introductions and agreements for engaging the group.

 

We’ll do a Unify heart meditation and visualization with this month’s theme followed by a sharing exercise.

 

After that will be a short break, and we’ll end the circle with a new moon intention-setting exercise and a closing.

 

Come experience being seen, heard, and held and to see, hear, and hold one another as we redefine and rebuild sisterhood. While each of us has our own path, we also cannot walk alone!

 

Check out the Facebook event with all the details here!

 

I hope to see you there!

 

Unify in sisterhood,

 

Lacey