Z Griss, a self-proclaimed queer, gender transcendent, kinky, poly, dancer, joins Tatiana Berindei to explore the nuances and complexity of sexual power dynamics. Z provides performance ritual, embodied coaching, and leadership trainings for dance and sexuality facilitators. She brings 35 years of dance training with numerous certifications to her work helping people find states of ecstasy and clarity. She directed Spiritual Nourishment for Conscious Activism in collaboration with Deepak Chopra and has been listening to, speaking in, and facilitating spaces to acknowledge and transform white privilege since 1999. Listen in as she and Tatiana tackle the widely debated and highly controversial conversation of sexual power dynamics.
Hello everybody, welcome back to the Sex, Love and SuperPowers podcast show. I am your host, Tatiana Berindei and today I have with me Z Griss, and oh, I am so excited about this juicy topic. We are going to be discussing exploring sexual power dynamics. Oh yeah it’s gonna be a good one.
Z Griss is the founder of Embody More Love, providing performance ritual, embodied coaching and leadership trainings for dance and sexuality facilitators. Z helps people find states of ecstasy and clarity so they can live a life of self love, liberation and intimacy. Z comes from 35 years of dance training with certifications in Yoga For Birth, Esalen Massage, Deep Body Work, Urban Tantra, Pilates and Health Coaching. Z is a currently touring a performance ritual, Waters of the Soul; Exploring the Power of Grief and Orgasm, which is so perfect I just had an awesome interview.
Z is a Queer Gender Transcendent Kinky poly-dancer who directed Spiritual Nourishment for Consciousness Activism in collaboration with Deepak Chopra. Z has been listening to, speaking in and facilitating spaces to acknowledge and transform White Privilege since 1999. Thank you for that work and welcome to the show, Z. I’m really happy to have you here.
Yay, thank you so much. Yeah, grateful to be here.
So I’m gonna start off with our infamous question at this point but I don’t know how infamous it is but it hasn’t done anything terrible.
We will see. We will see.
We will see. It’s true. I guess I can’t really say that with full knowing, but I want to know what are your superpowers?
Fun. Play. I connect people with the play, the joy, the love in their own bodies. And I connect to people deeply in their own self-love.
That is so beautiful. That is quite a superpower.
Yeah, it delights me.
And how did you come to this work? I’m often curious whenever I interview people who are in the world of sexuality because it’s not one of those career choices that you can pick at the guidance counselor office. So I’m just always really curious like how people come into that space.