Kai Wu, CSC

Kai Wu is a queer, trauma-informed love, sex and intimacy coachsomatic sex educator, guide, and mentor. This work has been her great love and form of activism for the last decade.

Certified Somatica® Practitioner, Kai trained in the Somatica Method in 2013. She is also certified in Sexological Bodywork.

Her studies within the field of trauma are focused on somatic and neurobiology-oriented approaches and include Somatic Experiencing® and TRE® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises). For years, she taught SkyDancing Tantra as senior faculty at the Ecstatic Living Institute. She also co-founded the Embodiment Arts Collective, a multi-disciplinary healing arts collective with a sex-affirming and inclusive social justice mission.

Kai’s approach is compassionate, holistic, and experiential. Her influences include attachment theory, mindfulness, Taoism, death and grief work, and sacred sexuality. Fluent in English and Spanish and conversant in Mandarin and Cantonese, she is honored to support Asians, particularly of the Chinese diaspora, as they engage in ancestral and intergenerational healing and cultural reclamation work.

One of Kai’s most important quests has been to explore the ways we might find a sense of belonging, ease, joy, and connection in our bodies, within our relationships, our families, and our communities.

Kai is delighted to be part of the faculty at the Somatica Institute. She has witnessed and experienced first-hand the power of the Somatica Method to facilitate better relationships and more satisfying lives. She is excited to support future Somatica coaches so they can share their unique gifts and help create a better and more welcoming world for all.

In addition to her faculty role, Kai sees Somatica clients in her private practice. To schedule a session with her, fill out the form on Kai’s practitioner profile.