Fridays 10:00 – 11:00

Jonti Searll & Tamar


Jonti Searll has been practicing and teaching in the healing world for over 25 years. He has always been drawn to the connection between the mind and body, the body, heart and spirit and began his journey with the study of psychology, moving into Kinesiology, Shiatsu, Sports Therapy, Energy Healing and Personal Growth. His work has always been an expression of a personal inner journey of healing and growth, exploring a vast range of modalities and ideas.

Tamar is part of the team of ErosLife and SexTalk. She brings a wonderful sense of humour and lightness to the fields of sexual healing and teaching. Her background in the fields of natural health and touch gives her a unique understanding of human nature and the place of pleasure in our lives.

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The Dirty Dictionary

We all have questions about sex, and often wonder if it’s just us who want to know about, who think about, want advice on, want to find out about, want to explore… whatever. Each week we’ll answer a question from you right here. Submit your question via email to (you can remain anonymous).


Q: After listening to your show last week I have to ask, how do I know if I’m bi?

A: There might be a simple answer to your question… if you’re asking the question, fair chance it’s waking up within you. Listen to the show for the resources of people you can talk to.


Article of the Week:


Many couples come to see me in my practice complaining that they’re not having enough sex.

We talk, they tell their story, and more times than not what emerges is that it’s not sex that they’re looking for, it’s touch, sensuality, intimacy and connection.

Sex is often not the problem. And it’s often not difficult to have sex. It might not be fulfilling, it might be just about orgasm, at least for one partner. It might be late at night, it might be quick. It might be early in the morning. Whenever, however, sex is often not the issue.

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