Often, we are not taught how to set boundaries, ask for what we want, feel entitled to healthy pleasure, understand our own anatomy and engage in healthy communication. We may not have learned that we can and should have orgasms and fulfillment in our lives and relationships. Body image issues, potential past traumas or negative experiences and low self-esteem can all stand in the way of feeling sexy and initiating what we want in relationships. Some of the issues that we may explore are: Body Image Healthy Libido Low Libido Expanding Sexual Repertoire Alternative Love/Life-Styles How to Attract Your Soul Mate Communicating Desires Setting Healthy Boundaries Learning about Female Sexual Anatomy & Female Sexual Response Cycle
Culture and society put a lot of pressure on men to succeed, provide, be strong, not show emotion and tolerate huge amounts of stress. This can put a burden on men’s sexuality and can manifest as erectile issues, early ejaculation and feelilng cut off from intimacy and love. We may explore: Body Image Healthy Libido Early Ejaculation Erectile “dysfunction” (differently functioning) Communication Sexual Empowerment Sexual Trauma Issues Self-Pleasuring Orgasm and Multi-Orgasm techniques Kink & Alternative Life/Love-Styles Porn use and/or overuse concerns How to Ask for What you Want Dating & Online Dating Attracting your Soul Mate
Gender non-conforming and transgender people have unique issues related to sexuality and identity. By creating a safe space to explore the complexities of being trans in a world that rarely reflect that or may feel in opposition to one’s true nature, we are able to go deep and unravel fears, anxieties, desires, hope and dreams related to gender and sexuaity. We may explore: Body Image Healthy Libido Low Libido Expanding Sexual Repertoire Alternative Love/Life-Styles How to Attract Your Soul Mate Topics related to navigating surgery both pre and post Communicating Desires Setting Healthy Boundaries Learning about your Sexual Anatomy & Response Cycle
We all go through ups and downs in our intimate relationships and sometimes it feels like there is no end in sight when conflicts or frustrations arise. The good news is that as soon as you commit to working on your relationship and reach out for help the transformation starts to happen. We may explore: Healthy and conscious communication How to have what you want and please your partner too Sexual anatomy and sexual response systems Somatic Awareness techniques to increase intimacy and sensation De-bunking myths of what’s “normal” Exploring Fantasies, Kink, and Role-Play for enhanced pleasure Renewing or defining Agreements Sex Toys and Tips Alternative Life/Love-Styles LGBTQ specific issues/concerns
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom." ~ Anais Nin
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How Much Sex Is Normal?
1. Create a Safe & Comfortable Space It is important for a lot of women to feel safe, comfortable and relaxed (and of course turned on) in order to ejaculate. For each woman this can be different. Some women like dim lights, candles, soft music and incense while other women like a fuzzy blanket on[…]
Wilhelm Reich is an important and controversial figure in the history of psychoanalysis, body-based psychology and sexology. Reich sought to expand knowledge of sexual energy and orgasm, assist people in dissolving muscular armoring and encourage people to tap into their orgiastic potential to unlock their bodies healing potential. As a student, Wilhelm Reich was[…]
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Sex Therapy has a rich history with it’s roots in ancient societies and cultures. While not known as “therapy” in those times, the idea that people and couples needed some kind of assistance with sexual issues including sex positions, sex education, help with having pleasure, intimacy and fulfillment in their relationships was alive in human[…]
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