As a Certified Sexological Bodyworker  I am a somatic sex educator.  This means rather than talking and working with the mind we work with the body, feeling from the inside out.  I work with individuals, couples and groups enabling them to learn about their bodies, sex and sexuality, and work through body or sexual issues/concerns.  I believe that discovering our pleasure capacity and its benefits are the sexual education we've never had and it's life changing knowledge that everyone should have access to.  The primary focus is on educating students about their own bodies so that this knowledge can enhance your pleasure, your emotional wellbeing and your physical health.   Areas where my work can be of benefit:   confidence, difficulty achieving orgasm, low or no desire, absence of sensation, limited sensation, pain connected to sex, working through guilt or shame, early ejaculation, erectile difficulty.   Some of the learning objectives people work on include:  communicating about sex, learning more about touch-enhancing intimacy, discovering anatomy and physiology, using breath, sound, movement and awareness to enhance sensation & intimacy; experiencing a wider range of orgasmic sensations and exploring sexuality.

As a Certified Sexological Bodyworker I am a somatic sex educator.  This means rather than talking and working with the mind we work with the body, feeling from the inside out.

I work with individuals, couples and groups enabling them to learn about their bodies, sex and sexuality, and work through body or sexual issues/concerns.

I believe that discovering our pleasure capacity and its benefits are the sexual education we've never had and it's life changing knowledge that everyone should have access to.

The primary focus is on educating students about their own bodies so that this knowledge can enhance your pleasure, your emotional wellbeing and your physical health.

Areas where my work can be of benefit:  confidence, difficulty achieving orgasm, low or no desire, absence of sensation, limited sensation, pain connected to sex, working through guilt or shame, early ejaculation, erectile difficulty.

Some of the learning objectives people work on include: communicating about sex, learning more about touch-enhancing intimacy, discovering anatomy and physiology, using breath, sound, movement and awareness to enhance sensation & intimacy; experiencing a wider range of orgasmic sensations and exploring sexuality.