At Electric Woman, we like to honour the natural winter cycle of slowing down, reflection and releasing the old before the focus and new beginnings of January arrive.One of our favourite ways to do this is through a Soul Session to help us tap into our inner wisdom for the answers.Read More
What I am hungry forRead More
We all have inner-critics – ‘the Miss Guideds’ that are not aligned with who we really are or the true vision we have for our lives. Becoming aware of how we hold ourselves back is the first step.Read More
The first step in becoming your Electric Woman is through a powerful visualisation – an effective technique that quietens the busy mind and turns up the voice of your intuition, the voice in you that knows.Read More
We are inviting women from around the world to form the next Electric Woman tribe. If this resonates with you, we would love for you to be a part of this.Read More
The journey of an Electric Woman is to own her feminine side - to feel empowered and led by it. By feminine I mean the wise, intuitive, receptive, nurturing and expansive side of ourselves, not the 'be nice, quiet, pretty, passive, needy' feminine we were taught.Read More
Most women I meet today want the courage to be who they are; to be clear in their direction, to reclaim their feminine side. They want to learn how to tap into their own inner wisdom for the answers and trust themselves on a deeper level. Often we need a boost to do this when we feel off-centre, disconnected and foggy about what's next. Introducing: Electric Woman Soul SessionsRead More
The journey of an Electric Woman is a journey of softening. To soften is to challenge the armour we've adopted that keeps us protected, invulnerable, inaccessible – the 'I'm fine' mask. Softening is when we begin to quiet the relenting, anxious voice inside that tells us we are not ok. When a woman softens she stops fighting herself and releases the need to control. She sinks into a deeper level of listening, into presence. She drops her mask, she lets others in and she expresses her desires.Read More
"We have to build a bridge and repair the relationship with our body, to listen to and be sensitive to it. To stop blaming it and rejecting it, and stop equating our value with the shape and size of our body. This does not determine our true worth as a woman."Read More
At Electric Woman we create journeys for women to connect to their feminine power and inner knowing. Not enough women realise that sexual pleasure is a direct path to our inner power. I learned this after years of feeling closed off from my own sexual pleasure and it was a powerful realisation.
"The way through sadness and grief that comes from great loss is to use it as motivation and to generate a deeper sense of purpose".
The Book of Joy
A woman becomes Electric the moment she shows up in her Raw Truth. Every day, she is out there, achieving, creating, managing, mothering, partnering, caring, marching on. She is doing it all. But inside? Inside lives her hidden insecurity, self-doubt, the worry that she isn't doing it right, her fear.Read More
Don't ignore your power. Many of us know and feel a power that resides within, an instinctive confidence, an ageless knowing, a voice that's wise and has the answers. nd we turn our back on this voice. Time and time again we succumb to our fear, our perfectionism, our need to control.Read More
Nikki speaks to HuffPost Women about sex, Orgasmic Meditation and "pleasure projects" as part of their "Meet the Women Who Want to Help Other Women Orgasm" panel exploring "the orgasm gap", why women have fewer orgasms than men.Read More
My god, you powerful woman
You take my breath away
With each fall, you push on
Each blow, you expand
Shine that bright light
Let me be seen
I see you, woman
Four years ago I launched Electric Woman in London. I stood in front of 150 people and talked about my vision for more women to feel empowered, be true to themselves and overcome their fears. Yet despite believing passionately in the content, I wasn't living true to this. In the lead up to the event I was run down, working long hours, worried about what everyone else thought of me.