People often come into our sex and relationship coaching offices with the desire to improve themselves. They might want to be better lovers, figure out a way to stop making the same relationship mistakes, or find ways to last longer in bed. They look at themselves as lacking or failing in some way – and they want “advice” on how to change. But is that just self improvement – or the definition of personal growth? What’s the difference, really?
Are you struggling with communicating your desires to your lover? Learn the technique of Showing Yourself Out – and how to tap into your erotic energy.
How to ask for what you want – both in bed and life – is intensely difficult for many people. In this real-life example of a Somatica Session, Sabrina works with sex coach Celeste Hirschman on the themes of self care, self love, and self worth.
What if you could learn how to create desire in others by simply fostering a deeper self connection? In this first episode of our brand new Somatica Sessions video series, Celeste guides her client Spiritchild on a journey of self connection.
This is the story of Raj – and his journey from being a Somatica student to finding a way with boudoir photography to show women their own beauty and self worth.
We make New Year’s Resolutions to try and turn over a new leaf, and change our lives for the upcoming year. Somatica Institute offer some unique ideas to make those resolutions stick.
Struggling with shame? As part of the Somatica Method, we work on overcoming and healing shame. Read about the 3 steps you can take to de-shamify yourself.
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.
No doubt Grace and Aziz had a disaster date. But the lack of sexual empowerment in women’s socialization played a vital part in this scenario too.
Being willing to lose your reputation is a way to relax into being yourself. Acknowledge your imperfections and move towards real and authentic connections. Here’s a first-person account on how to do it.