Talking about sex has always been easy for me and sexuality has always fascinated me. I was not raised in a home where my folks openly or comfortably discussed sex. Yet, for some reason, for as long as I can remember, discussing sexuality and pleasure had rolled off my tongue with ease.
I also grew up with a love for riding horses. This has given me two advantages in life: the ability to understand the unspoken language of the body and the ability to use the body as a tool to communicate.
This innate intelligence carries over into what I do today as sex therapist and relationship coach. Bridging my ease at discussing vulnerable topics and being able to read the body’s unspoken language.
In my practice, I guide individuals and couples to realize their full sexual potential. Discovering and intensifying their desires, deepening awareness of sensations, releasing old perceptions of self and breaking through into a new ways of connecting.
I’m currently most fascinated by romance, marriage, intimacy, dating, infidelity, sex, body image and love. Why is it that some people thrive in eroticism and while others fail to connect? What is ‘real’ love? What does it mean to share your body with someone? How do romantic relationships change over time?
I have come to understand that one of the deepest and most vulnerable experiences of being human is sharing ourselves fully with another – naked, defenseless, and open both physically and emotionally.
Being able to express our erotic energy and desires is to be fully alive.
In my work as sex therapist, I have come to understand this as a deep truth of humanity and I believe everyone can and deserves to experience this freedom.