6.17.16 RadioWrapUp: The Dominatrix Show

905844_10201841929004454_189263515660593613_oI’ve been amazed by how many of us want to know about this particular midlife life reinvention. Sandra LaMorgese, Ph.D, went from holistic health care practitioner to Miss Vivian the dominatrix – at 55 years old!
I don’t think we’re fascinated because we want to be a dominatrix, but because – and especially if we’ve lived a lot of our lives as good girls – we want to know how what it’s like to walk on the dark side.
Sandra LaMorgese Ph.D. is an expert in bridging the gap between sexuality and a lifestyle that focuses on holistic health of the mind, body and spirit. She is the author of Switch: Time for a Change, a memoir of her journey from holistic practitioner to professional dominatrix at 55-years-old, and her passion and purpose is to empower others towards healthy authentic living.
You can learn more about Sandra on her website: Sandra LaMorgese
If you’re interested in Sandra’s FREE 15 Skype or phone consultation “Life Transformation, Sexual Intimacy, Communication, How to let go of fear, you can reach her at info@sndralamorgese.com
When I asked Sandra to share her holistic beauty tips (doesn’t she look great for being almost 60!), she said this:
It’s true what they say “Beauty is from the inside out. However, along with the inner beauty there are daily habits or  routines we can practice to preserve a healthy youthful appearance.When I was 20 years old, I kept hearing from beauty experts “stay out of the sun, it’s the number one cause of aging”, and I decided to listen to them. I haven’t had a deliberate suntan on my face in 40 years. And what I mean by deliberate is I didn’t go to the beach and the lay out in the sun to get my face to tan. In a sense, beauty needs to be nurtured and cultivated as in other areas of our life, such as our health, relationships, or careers. It’s easier to do a little bit every day, then to wake up one day and realize things took a turn for the worse. For example; serious illness, broken relationships,  a dead-end job, or looking 70 when you’re 50.
It’s very healthy and natural for a woman to want to look her best and be beautiful. It’s feminine energy. Here are few simple beauty tips I do every day:

  • Use only pure products on the skin. For example: Shea butter, coconut oil, avocado oil, jojoba oil. The skin is a living organ, and does not like chemicals.
  • At least once a month do a home facial using an appropriate mask and exfoliant for your skin type.
  • Only sleep on your back. The pillow creates 50% of our lines and wrinkles.
  • Do not use unnecessary facial expressions. Keep smiling 🙂
  • Sweat every day. Our skin is directly linked to our liver, and sweating is a great detoxifier.
  • Stay hydrated.
  • Drink green drinks every day.
  • Meditation and deep breathing exercises.
  • Stop worrying. Like Walt Disney said “If you did all you can do, worrying is not going to help.”

Here’s a link to that JK Rowling Ted Talk
Today’s quote comes from (who else but) the fabulous Mae West, who was probably never a good girl but explored and exploited her sexual self to her advantage. Mae West would be like today’s Kim Kardasian but with class…She said,

“Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.”
and
“There are no good girls gone wrong – just bad girls found out.”

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