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Ep 61 – Sex and Menopause with Dr Claire Macaulay

I’m joined today by Dr Claire Macaulay.  Claire is an oncology doctor who treats people with breast cancer. She is also a sex science geek who is passionate about supporting people to create the kind of sex life that is right for them. Throwing away ideas of what people “should” be doing,  she concentrate on what is meaningful and nourishing to you as an individual.

Drawing on modalities as widespread as neo-tantra, orgasmic yoga (yes that’s a thing!), somatic sexology, coaching and erotic intelligence alongside practical science and research, Claire brings her own blend of compassion, fun and pragmatism to create sex positive spaces where people feel safe to explore and thrive.

With a particular interest in working with people who are in the perimenopausal or menopausal phase of life, whether naturally occurring or as a consequence of medical treatment.  Claire works with clients 1:1 or in group coaching programmes, delivering training to healthcare professionals on matters of sexuality and loves nothing more than speaking in public about all things sex.

It’s a fascinating conversation and definitely gets me challenging some of my own beliefs and inhibitions around sex, particularly as we head into perimenopause and beyond.

You can find out more about the work Claire does by visiting her website The Pleasure Possibility or follow her amazing work on LinkedIn or join her private Facebook Group The Pleasure Possibility.

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2 thoughts on “Ep 61 – Sex and Menopause with Dr Claire Macaulay”

  1. Thank you for that great podcast.
    I had a surgical menopause last July and haven’t had much support throughout it ( from a professional point of view ). It’s given me some hope , ideas and reassurance that what I’m experiencing is normal. A great message about arousal and desire too.
    Thank you again it’s made a real difference to me.

    1. Hi Kellie, thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I’m so glad it’s given you that reassurance.

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