We recently wanted to hear from a few of our alumni how the Somatica Training had affected their lives, work, and careers. We interviewed Christina, Dimitry and Pamela live via Zoom for an hour, while passing along questions from people interested in becoming a sex coach.
This is Part One in a series of articles exploring “How to Have a Lucrative Career as a Sex Coach”, and asks the question: why did you become a sex coach?
Recently, Somatica Institute founder Danielle Harel interviewed one of our Somatica Training alumni, Amanda Blumenthal, who has been pioneering the film and TV industry as an intimacy coordinator.
We talked to her about what her job exactly entails, what challenges and rewards she has encountered, and how the Somatica Training has helped her navigate the choppy waters of the entertainment industry.
In a world where men already hold a lot of power over other people, what does the term male empowerment really mean?
To find out, we have to look at the difference between the power given to men by society – and the definition of male empowerment.
We are so delighted to congratulate our Somatica Training graduate, Emily Morse, on her success in teaching a Master Class on sex and communication.
Here’s how Emily and the Somatica community have collaborated to make this world a more pleasurable, sex-positive place.
Have you ever wondered what happens in a sex coaching session?
It’s literally one of the first questions we get asked by potential clients. They are always curious about the kinds of experiences they might have if they book a video session or come into our offices.
So here’s a comprehensive overview of what happens in a sex coaching session.
A sex parties experience can push you out of your comfort zone.
Read this first-person account of a Somatica sex coach and her personal journey through sex parties – and what she learned about herself.
Knowing how to empower women as a coach means understanding the dynamics of societal messaging – and learning what you can do to counter them.
We’ll show you how.
Most people have experienced shame as part of their upbringing in some way or another. It’s a commonly used tool to control children or fit adults into societal standards. So how can you overcome shame? You must become a ruthless de-shamifyer in your daily life. We show you how.
What is sexual content? We explain what it is (and what it’s NOT) why it’s important, and when to start the conversation.
We also show you all the different ways you how you can safely ask for it. Ready?