Are you are ready to embrace and embody your  pleasure?

At least 43 percent of women and 31 percent of men experience some sort of sexual dysfunction or lack of sexual wellness during their lifetime.

Having fulfilling sex is often difficult when sexual dysfunction occurs. Alcohol can indeed influence areas of dysfunction. For some clients, having good sex is synonymous with the use of alcohol and drugs meaning they need to use one or both as an aphrodisiac to pleasure.

My work focuses on the role alcohol plays in depleting pleasure and what really happens to your desire as you over drink. Alcohol greatly decreases your libido over time and diminishes your ability to be fully present to enjoy sex.

By unlocking those thoughts and beliefs which keep you from reaching the pleasure you desire. You learn to give yourself permission to experience and embody your pleasure. This is an essential part of wellness, in fact your mental health, and sexual wellness are surprisingly deeply connected, they go hand in hand.

Using a blended therapeutic approach, my aim is to educate, and prepare you to encounter the disappointment, frustration and fear that stops you from embodying your desires.

The practice of sexual self care preserves and improves your sexual wellbeing. Like everything in life, our sexual wellness changes and transitions throughout our life. The key too enjoying fulfilling sex often requires education, imagination and the desire to identify what is needed to create, embrace, and feel pleasure during your sexual lifespan.

  •         Anorgasmia
  •         Vaginismus
  •         Shame
  •         Low Libido
  •         Lack of Desire
  •         Menopause Anxiety

If you're feeling disconnected from your desires and your ability to feel pleasure, let’s talk about your sexual wellness and ways for you to experience more pleasure.

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*All clients are encouraged to see a doctor to rule out physical and medical issues. Changes in libido, vaginal lubrication, pain during sex should be discussed with your GP in order to rule out any medical or physical causes. Major illness and disease can have an impact  on your libido and create sexual dysfunction. If you suffer from diabetes , thyroid issues high blood pressure or autoimmune diseases I suggest you might want to have a conversation with your doctor.