Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt inspires open hearted courageous living, with delicious sass. Featured on CBS, TLC, FOX and weekly on the Good Men Project, this cum laude graduate of Columbia University is the author of 3 books, with one in the oven. She’s a coach to celebrities and the Host of the sexy empowering show

Allana’s passionate devotion to helping men and women reclaim their joy, freedom and personal power dating and in relationships is rooted in her own experience. Allana endured a brutal custody battle that threatened to compromise her joy, softness and feminine power. Yet Allana sat in the fire, embracing the experience as a spiritual teacher, emerging more courageously vulnerable and radiantly loving than ever before.

Now she inspires women to embrace their sacred erotic nature and find strength in their softness to attract all the love and attention they desire. She heals men’s emasculated hearts, cures their ‘nice guy’, and awakens their ‘noble badass’ to create hot, healthy intimate relationships. She pole dances for pleasure, has ridiculous amounts of joy as a mother and inspires reverence for our exquisite sexual nature.

With two failed marriages and a lifetime riddled with insecurities, no one person would think today’s guest, Allana Pratt, would rise to where she is now – an intimacy expert who helps both men and women become “radiant sexy women” or “noble badasses. Listen as Allana, with authentic vulnerability, lets us into her life and story. She shares candidly about all of her life’s twists and turns and discusses what it takes to live openly and honestly. Tune-in the learn the value of vulnerability, humility and why others cannot love us right UNTIL we learn how to love ourselves.

  • Today’s episode guest is Allana Pratt
  • Allana is from Canada
    • She hopped into her uncle’s 18-wheeler truck to go to Hollywood
    • She was good enough to dance, but she didn’t have the visa so she took a dancing job in Japan instead
    • That job helped her understand the sacredness and sensual divinity within her body
    • After 4 years of dancing, she met a guy who became her first husband
    • They moved to New York City and Allana went to Columbia University where she graduated Cum Laude
    • Everyone she spoke to in America was skeptical about the dancing career she had in Japan; Allana was so ashamed about it that she had to lie at times
    • They moved to Los Angeles where she didn’t feel out-of-place
  • Her marriage didn’t work out, even after counselling
    • She married her second husband when her mom was passing away
    • To fill the void of her mother, she rushed the process of getting married again
    • Unfortunately, she and her second husband divorced within the year; there was a 12-year custody battle for their son
  • The custody battle opened up a feminine power Allana never thought she had
    • She found her centered place of truth
  • Her ex-husband won 70% custody, but his son didn’t want to live with him
    • Her son spent 3 months with her and said he wanted to stay with her primarily
    • Allana wanted her son to make up with his father; since then, there have been issues with the father that have caused her son to block communication with Allana
  • Allan met a guy a month ago that she is now seeing; she deems him a ‘noble badass’
  • Allana’s clients hire her because she’s real and she does not judge
  • Vulnerability is one of Giovanna’s issues that she deals with
    • Giovanna is in a place now where she is considering getting into a relationship again
    • If you derive your worth from the outside-in, you’re screwed
    • Derive 100% of your worth from the inside-out
    • People tend to be cruel to themselves
    • Allowance is the first step to vulnerability
    • You can resist to a point where you break
  • When people get into relationships with little parts of themselves, they accept themselves as a whole and they accept themselves unconditionally
    • Because we judge ourselves, we lock parts of our real self down
    • Nobody is going to love the real you if you don’t love yourself
    • You attract people like yourself – if you’re emotionally unavailable, you attract the same kind of person
  • The safest is being open ALL the way
  • Courage and humility are two things you need to find your way back home
  • Allana understands how it’s like to disconnect from ourselves
    • Either you learn to let go or it’s going to be done for you
    • Pole dancing taught Allana to not grip too loose or too tight in almost everything
    • Vulnerability is the way to the limitlessness embodiment of who we are
    • Vulnerability is what makes you sexy and irresistible
    • It’s what helps you trust yourself more
  • One gift of vulnerability is self-trust and trust in the universe—the path to that is through courage and humility
    • It takes great humility to admit that you need to heal something
    • Everything goes back to loving yourself completely with all those imperfections
    • After some heartbreak, Giovanna realized that she was OKAY and others need to realize they will be OKAY, too
    • When you go through the stages of vulnerability and get to a place of readiness, you’re going to be okay
  • Don’t forget to discern who you’re going to open up to
  • “A person has to earn the right to your vulnerability”
  • People have been taught that it’s safer to be in their head and that their body is a place of shame
  • “If you have been inappropriately touched in any way, the body remembers that”
  • “Be vulnerable to yourself”
  • Love yourself and allow the person who comes into your life, to love you in the SAME way
  • Check out the She Rises website for show notes

3 Key Points:

  1. Don’t be afraid to be the REAL you and try not to judge others.
  2. Understand that all people wrestle with vulnerability.
  3. Don’t let any external source define who you are – love yourself from the inside-out.

Resources Mentioned:

She Rises Podcast by Giovanna Capozza Allana Pratt
The Risk of Vulnerability
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