Are you looking for some new ways to bring spice into the holidays? Do you want to give your lover a gift that shows how much you truly care? We wanted to find a way to share some inspiration this holiday season. This video is our gift to you. The gift of TOUCH is one of the most precious gifts you can offer to a beloved. Everyone needs more touch. Giving touch is one of the best ways to create emotional bonding, relationship harmony, and feelings of well-being and love.
As this year is rounding up I want to have a heart to heart with you. One of the things I treasure the most in my life is sisterhood. It touches me so deeply to be interacting with communities of women online and in person where we are lifting each other up, where we are supporting each other and stepping forward in desire and power. You are part of this! Now I want to ask you,: What do you want to create in 2020? Would you like to experience more
What makes you say yes when you want to say no in the bedroom? What makes you override your boundaries again and again? I have been practicing and teaching desire and the principle of “YES,” learning to ask for what you want in the bedroom, and learning to receive it. AND your authentic YES is only as strong as your authentic NO. Why do women say yes when we want to say no? I wanted to write about an experience I had to let you know that you are not
A lot of relationship and intimacy coaching has to do with reclaiming your connection to your primal and animalistic self; so you can be raw, so you can be vulnerable, so you can express yourself fully, so you can be honest and authentic with others. So what about actually healing an animal with Somatica® coaching? Here is my story of how I did just that! The Story She was born at an odd time of the year for a kitten. Lucky for us, we needed a buddy for our other
This is a really big topic. I am diving into it because I know I am not alone. And I want to help! My story. You can read about my own #metoo here. I thought I was broken. I thought I was the problem. I moved forward with my life. But this underlying low self-worth hid in the corners of my being. Now I want to stand up for myself and other women. I have something to say. Please do not dismiss any degree of sexual abuse. Molestation. Harassment. Assault. Sex Work.
It was July. We were docking our canoe after a camping trip on the lake. Two burly men were descending a fancy silver motorboat down the ramp preparing to head out. After wandering blissfully and buck-naked on a nature beach for five days, I was now wearing only my pink bikini. I felt my usual shyness creeping in as we approached the two men. I didn’t want to stand out, send the wrong message, or draw attention to myself. To my relief, the two men greeted us warmly, made comfortable small