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I help folks of all genders and couples of all configurations find the relaxed, confident, joyful sensuality that is their nature.
It’s no wonder it may not have been easy so far. Our culture is highly confused about pleasure, sexuality, affection and touch. It’s hard to find anything about which we have so many mixed feelings.
There are a few keys, however, that open the door for you to find what is authentically you, what expresses who you are and how you love. They are fairly simple and are based on tuned-in self awareness and knowing how to choose, communicate, receive and give.
These sound like basics, and they are, but they are rarely taught well and hide behind a mountain of misconceptions and fallacies.
Because they are fundamental, they are profound in their effect on your sense of ease, freedom, sensuality, joy and connection. Without you knowing how to choose and communicate, your body cannot relax into pleasure, no matter how hard ‘you’ try. It’s as simple, and as challenging, as that.
You are the well-spring of your own eroticism. It arises from the deep well of your human heart/soul/body. When you tap into your sensuality, sexuality and desire and know how to choose and communicate, life changes. Not only your sex life, but the rest of your life as well.
So my work is about sexuality, and it is about very much more. I help you find the source of your own vitality, confidence and authenticity – and – your sex life becomes truly rich and satisfying, for both of you.
My approach is practical, lighthearted, gentle and deep. I accept you right where you are and take you as deep into the tender heart your erotic discovery as you care to go.
What doesn’t work – and what does:
There are many approaches to learning about sex and sexuality. Most of them focus on what to do – how to touch this body part or that, as if there is a recipe that, if we only knew, we could follow to success (whatever that is).
However, no recipe is flexible enough to fit everyone. What satisfies in sex is not technique – it is the degree to which you are authentic in your expression of who you are, as a person, as a couple, and in the moment.
Finding this is not difficult – unless no one has showed you the key. Once you have it, you relax into play and a deep, rich, heart-filled passion and generosity. This is the way it was meant to be.
Once you have it, you don’t need a recipe. You leave the recipe in the dust and find the real thing, the heart of Eros.