Sexological Bodywork is somatic, erotic education that assists individuals, couples and groups to deepen their experience of embodiment. Certified Sexological Bodyworkers are trained sexologists whose certification is approved by the State of California. We offer experiential learning opportunities that consciously access profound ecstatic and erotic states. Our teaching involves a variety of instructive modalities, including breathwork, touch, erotic massage, pelvic release bodywork, scar tissue remediation, and Orgasmic Yoga coaching.
Ten Common Reasons People Come to Sexological Bodyworkers
- Premature Ejaculation
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Inability to Orgasm
- Relief from Pelvic Pain
- Couples Wanting to Enhance Their Sex Life
- Learning to Give and Receive Pleasure
- Recovering Sexual Functioning And Pleasure after Childbirth; Genital, Pelvic or Breast Surgery; Trauma
- Accepting and Loving One’s Body, Gender and Sexuality
- Understanding Anal Pleasure
- Referred by a Therapist, Doctor, Social Worker, Massage Therapist
Sexological Bodyworkers teach through body experiences designed to nurture, deepen or awaken the sensual self. These experiences can include coaching in breath, movement, body awareness, boundary-setting, communication, anatomy, sensate focus, massage, erotic trance and other body-based teaching about sex. Uniquely in the professions, we are trained to do genital and anal touch for education, healing and pleasure. We touch in ways that assist students in developing presence within the body, opening interior awareness, and learning how the body can feel more and more alive.
Sexological Bodywork is a wonderful way to address all kinds of sexual challenges, ranging from premature ejaculation to not being able to orgasm readily. Couples can learn to navigate sexual differences and explore new erotic possibilities with body-based learning and guided practice.
The experiential learning opportunities available through Sexological Bodywork can help you engage in a respectful dialogue with your autonomic nervous system, so that physical and emotional processes that usually happen to us can be held in mindful awareness, and transformed. Love and fear, excitement and relaxation, arousal and happiness, reverence and bliss all have biochemical and physiological components that can be regulated, with training and conscious practice over time.
We all set limits on the quantity and quality of pleasure we can embody. Limits to pleasure are ubiquitous in a culture that shames sexuality and fails to teach us how to honor and celebrate erotic energy. Sexual wounding becomes embedded in the body’s tissues and responses. Sexological Bodywork can assist you in expanding the pleasure that is possible. This expansion has physical, emotional, mental and spiritual components.