We all set limits on the quantity and quality of pleasure we can embody. Limits to pleasure are ubiquitous in a culture that shames sexuality and fails to teach us how to honour and celebrate our erotic selves. Sexual wounding becomes embedded in the body’s tissues and responses. Somatic Sex Education and Bodywork can assist clients in expanding the pleasure that is possible. This expansion has physical, mental, emotional, and relational benefits.
In 2019, I graduated from the esteemed Institute of Somatic Sexology in Australia to become a Certified Sexological Bodyworker. I warmly welcome people of all genders, races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations and relationship choices to work with me.
Sexological Bodyworkers teach embodied sex education and offer bodywork. We teach through body experiences designed to nurture, deepen or awaken the sensual self. Our teaching can include coaching in breathwork, body awareness, movement, boundary-setting (consent), communication, anatomy, massage, mindful masturbation, scar tissue remediation and other body-based practices.
Not all teachings include touch, but when requested touch is one-way (from practitioner to client) and is client-led. We touch in ways that assist clients in developing presence within the body, opening interior awareness, empowering choice and voice, and learning how the body can feel safer and more alive. Uniquely in the profession, we are trained to offer client-led genital or anal touch for the purposes of education, healing and pleasure. Sexological Bodyworkers are trauma-informed and remain clothed during sessions.
Prices are in Canadian dollars and include taxes:
First session (*promotional offer*) (90 min):
1 session (90 min):
3 sessions (90 min each):
I can accommodate couples/triads, shorter sessions, financial difficulty, etc. Write to tell me about your situation!
Questions? Want to book an in-person or online session? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: For in-person sessions, I follow the Government of Québec’s public health guidelines to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 (ie. wearing masks, hand-washing, sanitizing surfaces, etc.)
Thank you to Sexological Bodyworker Caffyn Jesse for their contribution to this description.
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