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!
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
Consent is much more than a simple yes/no, and yet this is the simplistic version most of us learn. Consent is so nuanced, and in this article we’ll talk about new ways to think about consent, and how to get better at touching.
If you wish to create a deep love and make space for erotic energy in your relationship, these four non-sexual intimacy building practices are the place to start. I invite you to set aside a few hours this week, and commit to reconnection with your sweetheart to tend to the garden of your love.
I’m delighted to share my very first case study to showcase the deep healing and transformative nature of this work. This case study is meant to highlight the possibilities of diving deep into mindful intimacy and conscious sexuality work, and is not meant to be a guarantee of any future services or outcomes.