THE CLIENT webinar session

Webinar Recording Available Now   $25.00 Join me for a (recorded live) webinar session devoted to the needs and perspective of the survivor of sexual abuse/assault, and who is the Client of sexual healing. We will be exploring the issues and concerns that survivors face in safely getting the help they seek. Abuse Survivors If

Free Symposium Session

Join my live symposium session in the Largest Spirituality and Wellness Event of 2016 — the Spring Forward Symposium (www.spiritualitysymposium.com). I’m excited to be presenting about sexual healing along with 70+ other presenters. INSIDE SEXUAL HEALING free session: April 16, 5:30 p.m. (PDT) 30 min. —what you need to know to safely get the help you seek

Non-invasive Yoni Healing

Dear Sunyata, I read your article on Internal Pelvic Release and sexual healing. Does yoni healing always have to include entering the vagina? I have abdominal discomfort and tightness with my period, as well as some pain during sex. I understand the rationale of internal pelvic release, but somehow I just can’t imagine someone I

Tantric Healing

Tantric healing is an alternative healing practice that is becoming more known and accepted as the stigma of fear attached to sexuality and the body lessens in modern culture. Since the later decades of the 20th century, Tantra, the esoteric science of sacred sexuality has become prevalently known in the U.S. and western culture. Tantric healing

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Sexual Healing with Internal Pelvic Release

In Sexual Healing sessions, it is sometimes advisable that the Internal Pelvic Release procedure would be beneficial to the client’s progress in releasing stored and blocked energies. Internal Pelvic Release provides an opportunity to release and open “energy knots” (emotional-physical contractions) often stored in the pelvis, vagina and anus area. After thorough discussion and consideration

Sacred Intimacy & Sexual Healing

What is “Sacred Intimacy” or Sexual Healing? Sacred Intimacy is a form of sexual healing describing a purposefully created opportunity for healing and releasing wounds from emotional and sexual trauma. It also describes the experience itself—which is both “sacred” (elevated, enhanced, spiritual) and intimate (open, vulnerable, transparent, accepting). In sacred intimacy sessions, very intimate and

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