Many (if not most) people need to feel connected in order to have sex. That means we for a lot of us, we need to build connection and intimacy in ways that don’t involve sex. These practices will help!
In my sex coaching practice, I help people build stronger, more connected partnerships using both cognitive and somatic approaches. In this article I’ll share four of my favorite ways you can use your brain and your body to explore deeper pleasure potential and connect more deeply with your partner.
Connect to your divine nature using the deep Tantric practices of cock worship and pussy worship. Your lover deserves this type of adoration! This practice is one way to devote yourself to your lover, and remind them of their Divine nature.
The ‘Mental Load’ is a very real (and often overlooked) challenge in domestic partnerships. The Mental Load is all the unseen labor that is required to maintain a household and family—and it is exhausting!
There are a lot of myths in our culture about how sex changes over our lifetime, and so many of them are simply untrue. In this article I will tackle three big myths about sex and show you what does research show us about sex and sexuality.
What is sexual energy? How can you cultivate it, hold it, use it for arousal? To me, tapping into your innate, powerful sexual energy is one of the most potent things you can do for your partnered lovemaking
Mindful intimacy is one of my favorite phrases to use in my work. To me, it captures the essence of my work. When we approach intimacy in a conscious way we bring connection and aliveness to our relationship
Do you know your Attachment Style? Two sex & relationship experts share their wisdom about attachment theory and why knowing your style can help you become a better partner and a better lover.