Published July 12, 2016
Epiphany Jordan knows firsthand how skin hunger keeps us feeling alone, ashamed and isolated in our bodies. Over the past three years she has been studying both the biological mechanics of touch and oxytocin, and the cultural/social environment around it. Her Austin, Texas-based Karuna Sessions allows her to embody compassion, providing other humans with tangible emotional support and deep physical stress relief via platonic touch. Epiphany takes a radical approach to whole body-health with immersive touch therapy, a protocol that allows clients to re-experience the feeling of being held as infants by their mothers. She can think of no greater service than providing her fellow humans an opportunity to feel nurtured, safe, and accepted in the arms of other people. Epiphany first visited with us on Episode 285 - Touched! (published 7/12/2016).