how do i feel in my sexual body?
what does my body want?
does it want the same as my mind?
can i free my voice?
do i dare to say 'no' to a partner?
do i dare to experiment until my body says 'yes!!!'?
what is my relationships to porn and dating apps?
which of my desires are authentic?
what sexual imprints does my body carry?
what does it mean to bottom/top successfully?
how do i do that?
what does sex look like without erections,
penetration or ejaculation?
i am currently training to get certified as a sexological bodyworker.
i am looking for volunteers and will be working free of charge until i am certified.
get in touch if you are curious ;)
sexological bodywork is a fairly new profession, founded by joseph kramer in the united states. we are not sex therapists, we are trained to listen to your individual journey and will supply resources along that way. we can have conversations, go through different techniques involving breath work and meditation. we can introduce you to orgasmic yoga, a very open self pleasuring practice. we can talk and explore what consent means to you. it helps if you show up with a willingness to explore... this practice is more about tapping into the unknown, rather than chasing expectations. this practice is also about experiencing and feeling, rather than intellectualising with the mind.
touch can be included if the client feels comfortable, curious and safe. this can range from a belly massage to mapping of certain parts of the body, all the way to erotic genital touch. touch is always given by the bodyworker and never the other way round. we are here for you.
our own personal history is an important resource for our profession, making every sexological bodyworker very unique in their abilities to show support for their clients. this is why we also recommend working with different bodyworkers to get a better feeling what works for you.
my own journey is shaped by identifying as a gay man. recent openings non-binary, pansexual realms help me reconsider these categories.
i am looking forward to working with people, no matter what ability, gender, sexual orientation or neurodiversity. nobody is turned away for lack of funds.