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Jamie Thompson is a Sex & Intimacy Expert and founder of Intimate Flow State™. Traditional black and white monogamy not working for you or your partner? Not polyamorous either? She specializes in working with couples and individuals who want to safely explore the ‘grey zone’ within a monogamous relationship structure. She gives conscious couples the tools to navigate sexual desires with open, loving communication. Jamie combines a study of the Quantum Field, communication techniques based in Neuroscience, and Somatic Movement Reprogramming with 10 years of sex coaching to help clients harness their erotic intelligence and create the relationship that most inspires them. In May she is opening registration for an online program to help couples and individuals unlock their hidden potential through having the best sex of their life.
Rich Finaldi is an up and coming mindset and purpose life coach, taking 26 years in corporate America, all the experiences, all the hardships, being a father and husband, leading him to find his LIFE’s purpose at 47 years old.
Now he wants to share this purpose with the world to help people find their purpose through a paradigm-shifting self-discovery. His venture “The Rich Finaldi Paradigm Life Perspective” is geared towards the Law of Attraction, life perspective, gratitude and how the way it impacts society, on a professional and personal level.
“The Rich Finaldi Paradigm Life Coach Perspective” is also focused on personal growth, and seeking your passions, dreams, and goals! Rich just created a Facebook workshop on how to slow down our perception of life and time, and how it ties into embracing our passions, richness in life, and our soul’s purpose. Rich’s main focus is leading people to the discovery of living a life they want to live instead of living a life they feel they “have to live”.