Eva Clay, an acclaimed sexologist, psychotherapist and professional troublemaker, joins Tatiana Berindei to explore how embodied ecstasy can change your life. For the past 20 years, Eva made it her personal mission to illuminate the ménage-a-trois of soul, sex and science. She’s helped thousands of people unlock their innate potential for pleasure and, as a former professor of neuroscience, she bodaciously reminds us that smart is sexy. In a creative twist, Eva’s work is an elegant marriage of the profound and the playful. She offers sexual intelligence courses and coaching. Listen in as she and Tatiana swap stories about the power of embodying sexual intelligence, intimacy and ecstasy can change your life.
Hello everyone and welcome to the Sex, Love and SuperPowers podcast show. I’m your host Tatiana Berindei and I am so delighted to have this glorious goddess, Eva Clay, with me today. We are going to be talking about how embodied ecstasy can change your life, but before we dive into this super juicy conversation, I wanna tell you a little bit more about Eva.
She is an acclaimed sexologist, psychotherapist and professional troublemaker. For the past 20 years, her mission has been to illuminate the ménage à trois of soul, sex, and science. She’s helped thousands of people unlock their innate potential for pleasure, and as a former professor of neuroscience, she bodaciously reminds us that smart is sexy. Her work is an elegant marriage of the profound and the playful. She offers sexual intelligence courses and coaching, and when she’s not teaching, you’ll find her making mayhem on a dance floor. So, welcome to the show Eva Clay.
Thank you Tatiana. I love the way you read my bio. It’s really sexy. It kinda turned me on. I’m like, “Oh, it’s so good coming from her.” Thank you.
Oh good. Well, I aim to please. So let’s dive right in. I’m gonna ask you to share with our listeners what are your super powers?
You know, I have seemed to carry with me into this lifetime and embodied duality. I have to say that I have two superpowers that work in tandem with each other. One is definitely my brain. I love the brain. I love everything about it. I love the interface of our biology with our consciousness. I love intellectual foreplay. The brain’s definitely one. The other, I would have to say is pleasure.
It’s funny, in the last couple of weeks I’ve had a handful of girlfriends, maybe even like seven or eight of them, tell me that I’m the most pleasureful person they’ve ever known and that pleasure is the sort of genius to me. I’m really glad that that’s what I teach in part, that that’s what I teach, because it’s a reflection that I&