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Kaleidoscope Radio

A show about sex, love & relationships

Sex advice, sex in the news, random facts about sex and sexuality along with surprise expert guests

Oct 5, 2017

Laurie Handlers is a film producer, sex educator, author, and intimacy coach. You could call her a Sex and Happiness Coach! If you want to get sexier and happier, call her!

She holds a Masters degree in Education and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology. Her career includes over thirty years as a corporate change consultant, individual empowerment coach and international seminar leader.

She is a dynamic speaker, facilitator and has taught transformational workshops for women, men, couples, singles, parents and teens since 1978 on techniques and secrets that are the basis of healing the body, releasing past emotional trauma, stopping the aging process, and reducing stress.

Referred to as The Queen of Emotional Release in the Tantra world. She has been the host of the radio show Sex and Happiness for 11 years.

Laurie talks about emotional release, and why it's crucial to have emotional release in order to get clear, before setting clear intention. She explains what the absence of emotional release can cause, and how to avoid those issues.

She describes a solo activity for sexual manifestation, as well as a couples activity she calls an adoration ritual. She explains how to set it up, what to do, and what the purpose is. She also explains a ritual that can be done during sex.

Laurie tells Alexa about her experience with kink, and that she wasn't really interested in it until a certain experience. She also tells the kaleidoscope about the various courses, classes and programs that she's been teaching and facilitating, and the purpose of them.


"Sexual energy is the most creative, is the most powerful energy you have"

"It's good to let things go, and not suffer"

"The body becomes the altar at which the other person prays"

"What are your fears, your intentions and your boundaries?"

"I'm not terribly woo"