Connecting to your Body and Sexuality After Emotional or Sexual Trauma
When you have complex, painful experiences that seem impossible to escape, is there a way forward without re-experiencing the pain?
The answers might be in your own inner world of symbols and metaphor.
Sexological Bodywork entered public awareness through Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix show Sex, Love and Goop. So what is this touch-based approach to embodiment and sex?
Bodywork is a powerful way to resolve emotional and sexual trauma in your body. But having someone touch you can be daunting, if not impossible, for some people. Fortunately, there’s a range of approaches to working with the body, starting online, fully clothed and with no touch involved. Let’s find out what’s possible…
Both Tantric spiritual practice and Sexological Bodywork teach that sensation and pleasure can be a route to healing and, ultimately, freedom and enlightenment. So how does that work in practice?