What’s the difference between touch and sex? In a hyper-sexualised world where touch is taboo, it’s not hard to see why so many people believe the two are inextricably linked.
Where do you get your information from when it comes to healthy sex? And are you getting sex-fiction or science-fact?
Once we get beyond the inhibitors of shame and body image there are good reasons why spending time to allow our bodies to be naked actually makes us feel better.
Just three weeks after you were conceived you began to develop the first of your five senses – touch. So how come so many adults seem to have lost touch with touch?
I’m excited to be coming to London to run a workshop exploring nakedness, and I’ll be available for personal appointments too.
Most of us know that deep breathing can be a good way to relax. But did you know there’s a way to turbo-charge that relaxation process?
Gabrielle Roth, founder of 5Rhythms, had the right idea when she observed that “the fastest way to still the mind is move the body”.
Trust is a crucial part of becoming more conscious with intimacy. And I’m about to embark on an experiment in trust, value, reciprocation and authenticity which feels exciting.
This spring Buried Pleasure features in the latest issue of ‘Undividing Lines’ magazine! Read my article about what Sexological Bodywork is and why it’s so important, as well as an in-depth interview with me!
Good sex is supposedly all about the ‘language of love’. But when you get to the bedroom are you and your partner actually speaking the same language?
Mapping is a great way of re-connecting the body with sensate touch, and starting to find what is really there – or sometimes what isn’t there, which can be just as illuminating.
Finding pleasure in the self is a conscious practice – in a similar way to the practice of mindful meditation, or yoga – an opportunity to really spend time focusing on your body, without judgement.