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The Female Arousal Cycle : Online


Female Arousal Cycle
SYC x Carolyn Cowan

25.09.21 - 26.09.21

What is the Female Arousal Cycle?

Do you feel shame or fear around sex?

Do you find yourself “watching” yourself when you are sexual?

Do you find it difficult to orgasm?

Do you find the act of touching yourself challenging? Do you wish your orgasms were stronger?

Have you never learned how to orgasm?

Has a good orgasm eluded you?

How does an orgasm happen?

How do I make it happen to me?

How do I know what I like?


We’ve very excited to welcome back Kundalini yoga teacher and sex therapist Carolyn Cowan for our third ‘Exploration of the Female Arousal Cycle’ retreat.

During this weekend online retreat, the mysteries of the Female Arousal Cycle will be opened up. Guided by Carolyn Cowan, we will explore (on paper and with discussion) shame, anxiety around the body and one’s history, the female sexual nervous system, the blood flow, arousal paths, brain receptors and physical responses that allow the female body to orgasm.

We will also understand what stops orgasm happening, the negative self talk, cultural messages and life-experiences that can interrupt the divine pleasures of the female orgasm.


We will look at fantasy, permissions, religious messages, ritual and ceremony, the G Spot and Female Ejaculation.

This weekend retreat is open to all who have, or had a womb.

Please note that this retreat is not “hands-on”. Those willing to go one step further will be invited to experience their sexual response hands-on, in homework.

This particular workshop with Carolyn is for cisgender women only, though we do try and ensure that we have a number of different events so that all of our friends have offerings that sing to their bodies. 

If you have any questions about inclusivity please contact us. 

You will be asked to sign a non disclosure agreement prior to joining the weekend. This is to honour the privacy of each of the women on this course and to create a safe environment for all attending, to share their stories with trust and privacy.



About Carolyn

Carolyn Cowan is an elevating and charismatic Kundalini yoga teacher with 20 years experience. Her teaching style is fun, and at the same time a profound exploration of the ability to experience the bliss of the present moment. She is an expert in posture, breath-work and the physical systems of the body and how they relate to thought, feelings and held history.

She teaches extensively in Europe and South America. Her training programmes include Mastering the Addictive Personality, The Mothers Journey, Anxiety & Stress or Pranayama, The Female Arousal Cycle, and Shame. She has a range of 11 DVDs all available on Amazon and a dynamic teaching presence on YouTube.

Carolyn is also a psycho-sexual and relationship therapist with specialisations in trauma, addiction, couples work and pregnancy issues. She runs a private therapy practice and one to one yoga teaching in Flood Street, Chelsea.


Kundalini Global Love: “Before this training, I had no clue what the Divine Feminine meant, so this work has been a wonderful springboard for researching and learning.”

“I can’t imagine wanting to be on screen with anyone else for a weekend at a time, but you really do transport us. Every day is a rich and epic journey! I relish your teachings, and feel incredibly grateful and blessed to be here with you. The wisdom you emanate, your breadth of knowledge, and the space you have given us to open into ourselves – to grow as individuals and as a group – is awe-inspiring. Thank you for bringing yourself so wholly to birthing this course and for saying yes to ‘being responsible for a group of maniacs’. My gratitude abounds.”

I can quite honestly say that Carolyn Cowan’s teachings are extraordinary life changing and I highly recommend this once in a lifetime inspirational teacher. Total love and respect

Carolyn’s teachings are a unique experience not easily forgotten. She draws courageously on the hinterland of her own life experience, -pain, victories, warts and all, and brings these forward into an ever deepening enquiry about the nature of live and of being fully alive for all those she has taken into her care, clients, supervisees, students and all. Carolyn, like all teachers of live draws on her own being much more than on conventional teaching methods and working with her is  therefore not for the faint hearted.

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