The element of conscious touch creates a unique opportunity for exploration, pleasure and healing.
Some people seek bodywork purely to experience greater pleasure in their bodies, while others arrive with a specific goal or concern. Sessions are carefully tailored to you and what you're seeking.
The most common reasons people see me for bodywork include:
I am a member of the Somatic Sex Educators Association and follow their code of ethics.
You can access the ethical code here.
I provide bodywork sessions to diverse clients; I welcome people of all genders, sexual orientations, body types and ability levels.
Bodywork Options and Costs
Please note that I require that we meet for an in-person consultation or coaching session before we begin bodywork. Consultations are a brief 20 minute meeting to make sure what I offer is a good match for what you're seeking, and are free of charge. Please contact me to schedule your coaching session or consult.
Bodywork (60 minutes)- $150
Bodywork (90 minutes)- $200
Further information about somatic sex education and sexological bodywork
What is the difference between somatic sex education and sexological bodywork?
Somatic sex education evolved from sexological bodywork, and expanded it to include more comprehensive training in trauma awareness, gender diversity, oppression and embodied consent. Somatic sex educators receive full training in sexological bodywork, but certified sexological bodyworkers are not necessarily certified in somatic sex education. Somatic sex education has its own ethical code as outlined by the Somatic Sex Educators Association (SSEA), linked above. Sexological Bodywork has its own ethical code outlined by the Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers (ACSB). Somatic sex education practitioners can choose to follow the SSEA code, the ACSB code, or both.