Notice: get_product is deprecated since version 3.0! Use wc_get_product instead. in /home/relati96/public_html/fcsdtv/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4329
FCSD TV | Ep. 4.8 With Eva & Christoff Ep. 4.8 With Eva & Christoff – FCSD TV

How to Keep the Fights Clean & the Sex Dirty

Get Your Free Guidebook, Mini Email Course and Weekly TV Show

Ep. 4.8: What a Waste: How to Steer Clear of Ruining the Post-Orgasmic Chill

Let’s talk about sex, baby! As Salt N Peppa said…“Let’s tell it how it is, and how it could be, how it was, and of course, how it should be.” Don’t leave all that extra pleasure and joy on the table. There’s so much more available than what’s on the surface.

You might think the “deed is done,” but is it, really? It’s time to take a closer look and discover new ways to scoop up all that yummy post orgasmic energy, good times and goodwill. This will ensure that you just keep getting closer and closer, and that the sexy-time just keeps getting better and better.

Join Raj & me along with our special guests Eva Clay & Christof Jantzen as we explore How to Keep the Sex Dirty – AFTER, “What a Waste: How to Steer Clear of Ruining the Post-Orgasmic Chill.”

Special Guest Bio: An acclaimed somatic psychotherapist, academic, and sacred sexuality expert, for 20 years Eva’s mission has been to empower women and illuminate the ménage-a-trois of body, mind, and spirit.  Eva believes that self-love is the foundation for healthy relationships, and has helped thousands of women to attract hot, wholesome, holistic love.

Eva has trained extensively in mind-body therapies and as professor of neuroscience, she bodaciously reminds us that knowledge is power.  Eva’s courses are an elegant marriage of the profound and the playful, and she’s been privileged to study with some of the great teachers of our time, including David Deida, Esther Perel, and Harville Hendrix. After surviving a painful divorce and struggling with being single over 40, Eva reinvented dating for herself and met the love of her life.

Eva teaches around the world and offers elite coaching and courses on self-love, pleasure, and erotic intelligence. To find out more about Eva please visit her website:

Eva’s beloved, Christof Jantzen has over 17 years experience as an architect creating beautiful and sustainable buildings. He designed and oversaw the construction of some of the world’s most distinctive, ecologically sensitive buildings, including the Genzyme Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which achieved LEED Platinum. Christof has collaborated with prestigious technical universities, including Harvard University, the Illinois Institute of Technology, the Delft University of Technology, and Yale University. When he’s not designing gorgeous sustainable buildings, he’s designing a gorgeous, sustainable relationship and life with Eva.

Eva & Christof have been together 2 years and love exploring the wonders of intimacy, sexuality, and the world at large.  Their shared devotion to personal growth and creativity brought them together, and their relationship is rooted in the study and practice of sexual Tantra.  Both divorced, they feel they represent the wild and transcendent love that’s possible for people in the second half of life.  They live in Venice Beach, and love dancing, traveling, and deep conversations.

5 replies
  1. Gaby Sundra
    Gaby Sundra says:

    Your Action Option, Should you choose to accept it, is to…

    STEP 1: Within 24 hours after the next time you and your beloved have some “sexy-time” review the highlights with your partner and have some fun doing it.

    STEP 2: Be sure to write down what was blissful? What would make it even better? Was there an MVP? What move made it so? Set your sights on “Even-Better-If” ideas and declare what you will do differently next time around.

  2. Gaby Sundra
    Gaby Sundra says:

    For women: Resist the urge to chat, and breathe into your body after a sexual encounter. The chatting can sometimes create a separation between you & your man because the man is busy trying to change his consciousness from “something-ness” to “nothing-ness”


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Let’s Talk Love!

Get Our FCSD eBook

Try Our eBook Now


Learn How To:

Lighten up and Laugh a lot End fights before they begin. Save being "nasty" for your sex life.

Regular Price : $27.00

Your Price : $9.99


Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in /home/relati96/public_html/fcsdtv/wp-content/plugins/woozone/aa-framework/framework.class.php on line 4441