I keep this page here, because it seems to still receive a lot of traffic! AND....these practices continue to be a part of the work that I do with clients. However, it was back in 2015 that I was in training, and I now offer as part of a full Coaching Package. I encourage you to review the rest of this website and see if you feel called to explore working with me.
Looking for Volunteers!
For the purposes of my training, I am looking for 2 individuals who are interested in being coached through 3 Mindful Erotic Embodiment practices (also referred to as Orgasmic Yoga Meditation).
What this looks like:
What this looks like:
- Via telephone or Skype, initial Introduction to the possibilities inherent in MEE
- Student commits to 3 30-minute MEE sessions that will take place within 6 days
- Within 60-minutes of completion of MEE session, student will submit a few sentences, via email. What did you learn? Describe feeling states, any resistances, distractions, etc.
- Via telephone or Skype, follow-up coaching call.
- Note: I will provide you with several options for particular MEE practices
Mindful Erotic Embodiment Practices
(Orgasmic Yoga Meditations)
Sexological Bodywork rests on the value of mindful erotic practice. Erotic practice allows us to know and value ourselves, as well as brings innumerable benefits for the brain and body. Mindful practice allows us to develop the skills necessary to play and dance with others.
Sexological Bodywork = Sex Education + Mindfulness
The Primacy of Mindful Practice
Profound embodied learning takes place when we repeat a practice mindfully over time as students do in their yoga practice. Conscious repetition is how humans learn sex; thus the yoga model of education is central for learning sex.
Orgasmic Yoga practice sessions involve breathing, savoring, sound, movement, touch, placement of attention, and awareness of intention. Erotic practice sessions weave together the heart and genitals. This alone is a profound reason to commit to practice. OY often produces a state of arousal that is free of fantasy, unfinished emotional business, religious dogma, cultural caveats and habitual sexual behaviors. In this erotic trance state, and individual becomes aware of the body as a source of wisdom, happiness and freedom.
Both Learning and Savoring
Orgasmic Yoga is a pleasurable, intimate and transformative discipline, practiced while sexually aroused. The intention of most students is to develop or reclaim erotic capacities. Some individuals practice to savor the awesome feelings in their body. Thus, OY is both profound somatic education and embodied meditation. Most practice sessions begin with "doing" and end with "being." Erotic meditation allows the individual to focus on what is substantial rather than what is superficial. Every practice sessions ends with a quiet period of experiencing one's body as real in the present moment.
Orgasmic Yoga is a mindfulness practice. This means we place part of our attention on our practice and part on our intention to practice. Intention is a bridge from the present moment to the next moment. Awareness of intention during repeated practice sessions triggers profound changes in prefrontal cortex connected to high levels of wellbeing.
Orgasmic Yoga involves a deep attention to sustained sexual arousal in the body in the present moment, which can be a place of great learning for the student. Masturbation can be a highly habitual and disembodied experience. Orgasmic Yoga is a very effective way to assist people to break free of limiting and unperceived habits and to go deep into their own embodied experience.
If you want a revolution, liberating sexual pleasure is the place to start. And if all you want out of life is to be authentic, open-minded, creative and loving, opening up your sexual life-force is the heart of the matter. How do you do this? If you really want to be free, start with self-love. Learn to give yourself deep and satisfying orgasms, release your guilt and shame, and then watch what happens.
Guilt about sex is guilt about life. Guilt about your own sexuality and shame around your pleasure mean that you are struggling for life. Give up the struggle. Just come into yourself and be alive. ~ Eric Francis