There are so many ways to approach self-care, and it's so important to find something that works well for you, but one of the areas many women tend to overlook is their sexual self care. When things get busy, it's often sensuality that gets placed on the back burner. I've spoken to so many women who deeply desire to reconnect with their sensuality - because they know how good it feels to embody pleasure and they've realized how this part of themselves has been ignored. Having a regular sexual self-care practice is one way to ensure that there is an ongoing intentional connection with your sexuality.
In a culture that expects you to be 1000% desirous all of the time, sometimes when you're "not in the mood" or feeling overwhelmed - it's easier to completely disconnect with your sensuality rather than focus on it.
Here's something I want you to know. Taking care of your sensuality doesn't mean having more sex, it doesn't even mean that you need to...
Don’t worry - it happens to everyone!
You get into a routine, or life gets busy and being creative in the bedroom or with your self-pleasure practice falls to the wayside.
The other day I was coaching a client on how to have a conversation with her partner about trying new things in the bedroom and decided to follow my own guidance later on that evening with my husband.
We set up a beautiful ritual space and opened up the conversation around three key questions. We held space for each other’s ideas and agreed upon some new things we’d like to try.
The result: more closeness, more excitement and rejuvenation of energy into our relationship.
And the sex that resulted? So good.
I loved this practice so much that I ended up including it in Soothe + Nourish Volume 2 as a way to support the awakening of sexual energy in your body. Inside Soothe + Nourish Vol 2, you’ll receive daily journaling prompts to guide you toward...