Jim and Dee Elle in 2023 were always having juicy private conversations about intimacy topics. They might as well be public! Be a fly on the wall and see what they shared about anything from sexuality to communication and consent.
Intimacy Cadre is both a podcast and a community of practice (https://intimacycadre.org). As a podcast, it is a low tech way for us your podcast hosts Jim and Dee Elle to share some of the juicy conversations that we’re always having with each other. It’s intended for those who care about us and anyone else interested in intimacy topics (which range on basic connection and communication to much more in-depth discussions on sexuality and sexual experience). Our conversations are part of our personal daily intimacy practice, and so be a fly on the wall and listen in. Intimacy Cadre is also what we call our new in-person community in Bozeman, Montana, where we are facilitating workshops regularly. We’d like you to know that we are not “sexperts” or “intimacy gurus”; we are simply people who desire a community of intimacy practitioners (and no, this does not mean “sex group” or “orgy”) within a supportive community. To connect with us, please write us at email@example.com.
Heyyyyy listeners!! Are you ready for a poop-filled episode of cleanse talk? Yea, we did a liver cleanse AND we decided to talk about how it affected our intimacy. HA! Who actually podcasts about cleansing and intimacy?! We do!! Enjoy and thanks for listening! WARNING- this episode talks about all kinds of body functions- pee. poop. cum and beyond!
It is always great when intimacy happens organically, but it is clear in our society that intimacy skills are greatly lacking. While we all want some degree of closeness and depth of connection, we often don't know how. In the Intimacy Toolbox, we provide some of the things we've learned along the way that we find helpful.
Among them is this beautiful sacred space communication ritual taught originally to Jim by people who practice SkyDancing Tantra. Sacred Space is a foundational element of the practices in our cadre.