How to (not) Ruin your Sex Life – Creating an Erotic Container

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The Space Between Us

The quality of the space between us, will determine how free we feel to express our erotic fantasies and desires, our sexual needs and limitations, our wildness and our tenderness. Paradoxically, exploring how we’d ensure the demise of our sex life can lead to new levels of empowerment in creating a flourishing erotic space between us.

How to (Re)Ignite Ecstasy

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Reigniting Ecstasy

Even while living in the midst of darkness, we must never forget to drink from the well of joy that lives within us. Living ecstatically is about creating experiences of rapture in our lives, where we feel connected to something bigger than ourselves. It is from a place of being uplifted that we can help uplift the world around us.

The Alchemy of Eros: Unfolding Chronic Pain into a Richer Sex Life

Niyati Evers and Robert KingChronic Pain and Sex, Eros, Erotic Role Play, Intimacy and Communication, Joy and Resilience, Long Term Relationships, Relationships and SexualityLeave a Comment

roses against background

Sex can be the playground where we experiment with less familiar parts and energies in a safe and consensually agreed upon way. Life is where we then get to express and integrate the parts of us we play with sexually. By aligning the two, sex and life can become an integrated dance, each infusing the other.

An Erotic Journey into Intimacy, Pleasure and Transformation – October 2018

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Red rose on thigh

Our sexuality has the potential to be a powerful force of transformation in our lives and our relationships. This (clothes on) workshop uses tools from Process Work and other approaches to explore ways of engaging with your sexuality that unlocks it’s magical and unique potential for you and your relationships.

Dealing with Changes in your Sex Life

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Frog walking out

You cannot separate sexual growth from personal and relationship growth. By trying to keep our sexual space ‘hurt and risk free’ we actually create the potential for much bigger dangers over time. Keeping your sex life alive means looking at things that are risky to face AND having risky conversations.