Energy healing and a sex coaching is someone who helps you with your sexual and relationship life so that you can heal your sexuality, fill in gaps in your sexual education and be more powerful as a sexual being. Sex coaching is no different than any other life coaching but is more specialized in one specific area. Sex therapy coaches deal with sex head-on without any blame, shame, or negative judgment so that clients can talk about the things that are hard to talk about and get out of shame and into pleasure and fulfilment with addressing anything that concerns you such as gender issue concerns, perceived limitation, expectation, goals or any other topic such as porn addiction, BDSM advice and guidance or to learning how to have a better sexual relationship with your partner. Sex coach therapy has been known and proven to help bring many people into alignment by helping you to live out your deepest desires through the guidance of someone who has many years of vast knowledge on the topic of sexuality. I work with people who are single as well as people who are in relationships.
When you expand your capacity for sensual and sexual pleasure, you then expand your capacity for abundance, love and joy in all areas of your life!
Simply put, sex therapy helps you have a healthy and happy sex life! Sex has the potential to be one of the most pleasurable, intimate,
empowering, and joyful experiences we get to have as human beings.
As a life sex therapy coach, my goal is to help you acknowledge and understand the particular blockages that are currently in your way,
and to help you learn to have more fun in the bedroom.
Whether you’re looking to improve your confidence, rekindle the spark with your partner, work through any other sexuality concerns
you have or learning how to have explosive orgasms, I’m here to help!
Before our first session, I’ll send you a questionnaire form to fill out. You’ll answer questions about your history, your day-to-day-life, and your
goals for our time together.
I’ll read your answers and will tailor a coaching session to address all of your specific questions and goals. We’ll do our session over audio
or video Skype chat. FaceTime or phone sessions are also an option.
During the session, I’ll ask some follow-up questions, give you my guidance, feedback, suggest exercises and techniques for you to
explore and a game plan for implementing my suggestions.
Sex therapy is an investment, both financially and emotionally but there’s something exciting that happens when you commit to doing this work. Can you really think of anything better to spend your hard-earned money on than amazing sex and better quality of life?
If you give it some thought the way we approach sex is the way we approach life. Being able to dive deep into our own sexual self-expression helps to deepen our intimate relationships therefore we are able to open ourselves more fully to self-knowledge, which leads to self-growth and an overall enriched life that extends in our family life, friends and co-worker relationships. To be able to consciously break through your sexual barriers ultimately leads to breaking through many different obstacles that are preventing you from living an overall balanced and well-rounded fulfilling life. Many people feel a sense of transformation and empowerment after a session, which improves your overall life so why wouldn’t you follow through? You’re worth the investment! Sex life coaching is highly personalized for each client and my comprehensive toolkit, skills and knowledge are at your disposal.
Payments: I’m using PayPal for you to check out with being it is a globally established business who possess and transfers funds within different countries. If you are Canadian or have a CND bank account and prefer to make your payment through an e-Transfer then you can simply send your payment through this method. Once the payment has been made we can schedule your appointment.
Refunds: I want you to feel confident that I can help you expand your capacity for pleasure, address your goals and give you guidance using my extensive toolkit. If you have pre-paid for a package and after the first session, if you decide that working with me isn’t the right choice for you, I will refund the prorated cost of the unused sessions.
Cancellations and Rescheduling Policy: 24-hour notice is required to cancel and/or to reschedule your appointment. You will be required to pay the full cost of the session, when notice is not provided. Emergencies are understood and certainly taken in to consideration. You may email me to notify of cancelation or need for rescheduling of a booked session.
A positive therapeutic relationship between you and I is of the utmost importance for therapy to be successful. You must be willing to consistently attend scheduled sessions and actively participate in the process. It is beneficial for you to openly share your concerns and between the sessions and to use the in-between time to reflect on and process what was discussed in the appointment. At times, you may be asked to take certain actions outside of the sessions, such as suggested reading or exercises or journaling. For sessions to be the most effective you need to be responsible for your participation in the process, both in and outside of the therapy sessions.
The frequency of sessions is based on specific goals, the severity of the concerns to address and nature of your concerns.
You and I will discuss areas of your primary focus and discuss potential goals together. This process may take several sessions. This approach is meant to be a supportive and a collaborative process, which entails determining the goals to focus on and the potential order of priority. I will educate, guide and recommend particular explorations and give you homework to do. Throughout the therapy process we will assess goals and treatment progress that is best for you.
Confidentially of every client is of greatest importance to me and is protected. These individuals may include people seen in the public eye, such as politicians, performers, doctors, etc. I grew up around the TV and Film industry and have worked with many high-profile people with my past career as a professional special effects makeup artist in the movie industry and also in my current profession. This does not faze me. At the end of the day we all are people having a human experience.
11:00 am to 7:00 pm daily – Pacific Time.
Sexual And Soul Transformation
To take the steps to reach out and seek help is courageous being it goes against the grain of what society teaches about sex and relationships. It often addresses family and relationship dynamics, spirituality, self-esteem, places of emotional wounding and disempowerment that may not be sexual in origin but that have nonetheless zapped your life force. Some of the influences that I incorporate are, ecopsychology coaching and energy work as well as insights from my own life initiations and journey of sexual healing. The outcomes of this work can range from more joy, freedom, pleasure, and love. It can be read about, but it has to be experienced. This goes beyond what happens in the bedroom and goes to the core of being true to yourself in your life journey as a sexual and relational being.
Bottled up emotions, emotional or physical pain that has accumulated throughout ones life will eventually show up as physical ailments, mental, emotional imbalance and disease if one doesn’t release stagnant energy blockages from your subtle body.
Sometimes we are faced with challenging circumstances and as we move forward we feel tired, overwhelmed and can even struggle to get through the day. These are all signs that our energy field has become saturated and has lost its natural balance.
Our energy field is the first point of contact with the world around us. Through it, we connect with others, experience our emotions and even store important memories. When we go through a challenging experience, this can leave a mark on our field, which blocks the flow of energy. With this disturbance, we start to feel stressed, drained or stuck.
Feelings and sensations are stored in our energy field much like facts are stored in the cells of the brain. Negative or traumatic experiences, stress, unexpressed emotion, fear, anger, resentment or self-limiting beliefs can become “stuck” (or suppressed) in our field and inhibit or disrupt the flow of vital life force at a cellular level.
Energy healing helps to release “cellular memories” that are stored in your body, helping to release physical, emotional, mental blockages. As these blocks are cleared from your energy field you will feel re-balanced which allows more flow and balance in your existence.
This Is Where Energy Healing Can Help You:
- Get rid of persistent fatigue and have the energy to do what you want.
- Release energetic patterns that are holding you back.
- Feel a deeper sense of connection with yourself and others.
- Clear your energy field and experience true relaxation.
- Painlessly identify and release feelings and memories.
- Allow you to face challenging situations without feeling stressed or overwhelmed.
Energy Healing And Sex Coaching Sessions Combined
A coaching healing session would start with me asking you if you have any specific issue(s) that you would like me to work on which allows for you to set your own personal intention for the session. I then would ask permission to tap into your energy field so that I can tune into your energy body, which allows me to read you energetically and clear out what no longer serves you by opening up your energetic pathways and re-aligning the flow of energy in your subtle body. The physical and psychological knots that bind your body and mind will loosen up and dissolve. The energy within your body will flow through you more easily and with greater volume. You will experience more ease and less disease, feeling and becoming more alive. You will become increasingly peaceful inside, less conflicted. All sessions are held through video chat or by phone; you can be located anywhere in the world as long as I’m given permission to energetically connect with you during your session duration.
My Mission To Help You
Do you want to improve your sex life, but feel nervous about what sex therapy will actually be like? It’s my mission to make sex therapy much more mainstream, approachable, and straightforward for you.
It’s important for you to feel confident that I’m a good match for you by taking the time to look through my website. I’m a compassionate, warm, and professional person, who is able to hold the space for you, even if things get emotional during our session. I’m very enthusiastic about my work, and my passion comes across in sessions.
Our First Appointment
If you decide to start phone or video chat coaching, I’ll send you a detailed questionnaire to complete before our first appointment. You’ll answer questions about your schedule, interests, and background, so I can get a sense of what your life looks like. The questionnaire also asks you to share the challenges you’re currently having and how they are affecting your life.
I’ll review your answers, and will prepare a customized session tailored to suit your questions and goals.
We’ll meet over the phone or video chat, and I’ll do my best to set you at ease right away! You’ll be in the comfort and privacy of your own home during the appointment, which also helps if you’re nervous.
I’ll take the lead during that first session to take the pressure off you. I know that the first appointment can be a little intimidating, so my goals is to make it as easy as possible for you!
I’ll ask you some follow-up questions, share my feedback from your answers to the questionnaire, and talk about strategies for making improvements. We’ll talk about your goals for moving forward, and what the next steps will be from there.
Depending on your specific goals, you may only need one or two sessions. Sometimes things are more complex so if you feel more sessions are needed, we will explore your goals in further detail.
We’ll talk about the techniques that you tried out after the first session, and get a sense of what worked and what didn’t. We’ll make adjustments to the exercises, and give you some new ones to try. We’ll keep refining the techniques until you feel confident that you’re on the path towards lasting change!
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Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Definitions
I have personally experienced judgment and discrimination for being a professional dominatrix over the past twelve years. Unfortunately many people think they know who I am or what I’m all about when in fact they don’t know anything. Many people even think they know what I do for a living when in most cases they are misinformed from their only form of sensationalized education through watching movies or TV shows. I also experienced and witnessed all sorts of misconceptions more often then not when people want to book a BDSM/kink session. At the end of the day being a professional dominatrix is entertainment, an escape from reality and indulging in ones interests, which happen to be taboo. If you think about it a dominatrix’s profession is similar to an actor, but rather someone who plays the same character over and over, a staring role on a vast amount of topics, interests and is sexual in nature.
I have a lot of experience helping people work through and on their gender identity struggles and coming to terms, becoming empowered and embracing who they are to live their best life. It’s my goal in life to help as many people with many different sexual orientations to live their life to the fullest.
Not having a gender or identifying with a gender. They may describe themselves as being gender neutral or genderless.
A person who fluctuates between traditionally “male” and “female” gender-based behaviours and identities.
A person whose gender identity and biological sex assigned at birth are the same. For example they were born biologically as a male, and express their gender as male.
A gender identity label often used by people who do not identify with being a man or a woman, or as an umbrella term for many gender non-conforming or non-binary identities.
Clinically significant distress caused when a person’s assigned birth gender is not the same as the one with which they identify. According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the term – which replaces Gender Identity Disorder – “is intended to better characterize the experiences of affected children, adolescents, and adults.”
External appearance of one’s gender identity, usually expressed through behaviour, clothing, haircut or voice, and which may or may not conform to socially defined behaviours and characteristics typically associated with being either masculine or feminine.
A mix of boy and girl. A person who is gender fluid may always feel like a mix of the two traditional genders, but may feel more man some days, and more women other days.
One’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither – how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the same or different from their sex assigned at birth.
The process by which some people strive to more closely align their internal knowledge of gender with its outward appearance. Some people socially transition, whereby they might begin dressing, using names and pronouns and/or be socially recognized as another gender. Others undergo physical transitions in which they modify their bodies through medical interventions.
Someone who either by nature or by choice does not conform to gender-based expectations of society.
A person born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. For example, a person might be born appearing to be female on the outside, but having mostly male-typical anatomy on the inside.
Is a title (e.g. Mr., Ms., etc.) that is gender neutral. Pronounced miks, (similar to Ms)it is often the option of choice for folks who do not identify as cisgender.
An inherent or immutable enduring emotional, romantic or sexual attraction to other people.
A term for a person who does not identify with either man or woman, but identifies with another gender. This gender category is used by societies that recognize three or more genders, both contemporary and historic, and is also a conceptual term meaning different things to different people who use it.
An umbrella term for people whose gender identity and/or expression is different from cultural expectations based on the sex they were assigned at birth. Being transgender does not imply any specific sexual orientation. Therefore, transgender people may identify as straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, etc.
Is an umbrella term traditionally used by First Nations people to recognize individuals who possess qualities of both genders.
Alternate pronouns that are gender neutral. Pronounced / zee / and / here / they replace “he” and “she” and “his” and “hers” respectively.
Alternatively some people who are not comfortable / do not embrace he / she use the plural pronoun “they / their” as a gender neutral singular pronoun.
Topics and Common Reasons For Sex Coaching Guidance and Education Are:
I enjoy helping both individuals and or couples discover anal play and prostate pleasures. My goal is to help you build the sexual and relationship skills that can make sex easier and more pleasurable for you and your partner. Working with either you or you and your partner to focus on specific sexual touch practices. These skills are often learned best by coach each of you through the different steps, which allows each partner to learn and experience without worrying about taking care of the other but solo sessions are just as successful. A lot of people have had un-enjoyable experiences with anal sex, often because they were too rushed, or they didn’t know how to make it pleasurable. If you’re curious about anal sex, if you’ve tried it and had it not work, or if you’d like to learn new ways to make it feel amazing, let’s talk about how we can make that happen. I can teach you about anal play, toys, pegging and anal intercourse, safety, positions, and much more.
Body image and low self-esteem are based on one’s level of self-confidence; how they value and respect themselves. Low self-esteem is also a symptom of several mental health conditions, including anxiety and depression. Individuals that experience low self-esteem often incorporate negative self-talk into their daily internal dialogue. They are often highly critical of themselves and often compare themselves to others. Low self-esteem is also closely associated with the following conditions; anxiety, history of abuse and an unrealistic need for perfection. Sex coaching therapy allows an opportunity for you and I to address areas of low self-esteem and influences, helping you to gain a stronger sense of confidence in yourself and practice of assertiveness. You and I will look at areas and ways to achieve accomplishments and increase your self-confidence and self-awareness. Above all, it is important for you to learn ways to treat yourself with loving kindness, compassion, patience and respect.
When a relationship begins to feel like two individuals living with each other as “room-mates” instead of lovers and partners it can create stress and further disconnect within the relationship.
There are many couples that want to improve there intimate and sexual relationship(s). Couple’s therapy is not limited to married couples. “Couples” may be straight, same sex couples, married, unmarried or dating. Couple’s sex therapy is most effective when both partners are present for most the sessions.
Both medical and psychological influences need to be considered when addressing erectile concerns and/or the inability to ejaculate with a partner.
Some people share that they experience their arousal unexpectedly losing their arousal and interest or finding themselves distracted during sexual activity. Some describe experiencing very little interest in sex or a need to make sure everything else has been taken care, before being able to be attuned to sex and pleasure.
Sexual, emotional, and physical abuse can have lasting effects on peoples sense of self, ability to trust and feel safe within themselves and with others. Abuse can greatly affect someone’s ability to receive touch and pleasure.
There are many influences in how one feels about and experiences sex and their personal sexuality. Their perception of themselves and their relationship with partners all play a large role in their sexual interest, functioning and satisfaction.
Most people who view porn do not have an addiction. Addiction occurs when an individual cannot control their impulse to view porn to the extent that it begins to negatively affect aspects of their life. These people often feel ashamed of their porn use and often have a desire to decrease it but find themselves unable to. Pornography use itself is not inherently a problem for intimate relationships. Porn viewing can be a good way to stimulate sexual arousal and can be a bonding activity between partners. However, excessive porn use can lead to difficulties in the bedroom, infidelity and other relationship issues. Pornography addiction frequently co-occurs with other mental health disorders. Some issues relating to social anxiety and loneliness can give rise to porn addiction, while others may stem from the addiction itself.
Around sex and intimacy; wants, needs, preferences to improve intimacy and connection. Develop a better understanding of each other’s sexual backgrounds and other life influences. Learn effective ways of giving and receiving expressions of love, touch and pleasure. Address sexual concerns such as desire discrepancies, sexual style discrepancies, compulsive sexual behaviours, sexual anxieties or aversions, sexual functioning concerns.
Can be caused by psychological factors such as stress, depression, relationship issues or performance-related anxiety. It can also be due to physical causes, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid problems or prostate disease.
Many people are lacking through understanding of their anatomy, sexual functioning, understanding their partner’s body, sexual play, toys and other material as well as understanding and communication of their sexual wants, needs and boundaries.
Sexual Functioning and Common Concerns
Orgasm is often defined as feelings of intense pleasure, followed by a physical sensation of release, due to and during sexual activities. For men, this is usually marked by ejaculation and for women it is marked by vaginal contractions. Orgasm concerns often involve an individual having trouble achieving an orgasm or difficulty controlling the timing of the orgasm, such as rapid ejaculation or delayed ejaculation. Sometimes this is due to factors such as health issues, medication, relationship conflicts or other stressors, which impact one’s ability to experience and enjoy pleasure. Other times the difficulty may be due to a lack of understanding or knowledge about how their body experiences pleasure or in some cases someone might have trouble allowing themselves to have permission to receive and enjoy sexual pleasure.
Sexual arousal refers to the cognitive, affective, and physical response to sexual stimuli. Sexual arousal concerns are characterized by the lack of response to sexual stimuli that would normally typically produce arousal or by the inability to maintain the sexual arousal in a sexual experience or exploration. When a person does not experience physiological responses to sexual stimulation, such as touching of the genital area or other forms of stimulation such as sexual images, or they feel emotionally and mentally aroused but their body does not seem to connect, such as erection issues for men or lubrication difficulties for women, they are said to be experiencing sexual arousal difficulties. Often sexual arousal difficulties are related to psychological issues such as anxiety.
Sexual desire is defined as interest, attraction towards and motivation in sexual activities. Sexual desire concerns are one of the most common reasons that an individual or couples seek guidance. It is not at all uncommon for someone to experience changes lower desire at some point in his or her life. Desire can be influenced by many things; relationship connection, levels of trust and safety within the relationship, emotional, mental and physical well-being, medications, stressors and self-esteem. Your partner may experience a sexual desire level discrepancy, where one partner is experiencing lower desire or higher desire than their partner. When the discrepancy is, extreme or is sudden, therapy may be necessary. Sex therapy allows for the space to look closely at what may be influencing the changes in sexual desire and work toward strategies for improvement.
Both women and men can suffer from pain or discomfort during sex activity. Women seem to experience sexual pain more often than men. There are many causes for sexual pain and discomfort, such as anxiety, depression, or relationship issues, as well as health concerns, surgeries and medication. The common sexual pain and discomforts for women are (endometriosis, which I personally have had and experienced for decades now so I have vast knowledge, experience and understanding on this topic), vaginismus and vestibulodynia. Vaginismus is involuntary spasms of the pelvic floor muscles and vestibulodynia is inflammation of the tissue that surrounds the vaginal and urethral opening, both making penetration and often touch, to be extremely painful, if not impossible. For some women, these concerns have always been present and for others the symptoms and concerns arise after a period with no pain or discomfort. These concerns can impact sexual functioning, pleasure, create stress on a relationship and affect one’s self esteem, many feel that their body has betrayed them and they have difficulty trusting in their bodies. Also in some cases women who have endometriosis cannot conceive which can really impact ones life in so many ways. Also some people struggle with frequent UTI or bladder infections, which cause distress and can affect sexual desire and pleasure. Experiencing pain can lead to a fear of future pain, loss of enjoyable sexual activity and feelings that their body has betrayed them and cannot be trusted.