If we find ourselves repeatedly restricted from safely expressing how we truly feel then sooner or later we’ll learn to stop listening to our body.
Just weeks after you were conceived you began to develop the first of your 5 senses – touch. So why have we lost touch with touch?
Gabrielle Roth, founder of 5Rhythms, had the right idea when she observed that “the fastest way to still the mind is move the body”.
Paying attention to the breath can be an incredibly powerful way to bring you from your mind back to your body and sensation.
Mapping is a great way of re-connecting the body with touch, and finding out what’s really there – or even what isn’t there!
If you’re feeling overwhelmed the Wheel Of Consent can provide a great framework for helping you look at how you make decisions about what you do or don’t agree to – and why.
How will you celebrate International Masturbation Day? Find out how to go from pleasuring yourself to finding pleasure in yourself.
What’s the connection between the socks you choose, and having better relationships? It’s not what you might think…
Pelvic floor exercises are advocated by post-natal and Tantra sources alike as a failsafe way to improve performance – be it in the bathroom or the bedroom. But is all that squeezing really good for you?