Sexological Bodywork

Erotic Massage Dancing

Erotic Massage Dancing involves you, the receiver, “dancing” with your sexual arousal while on a massage table. You guide the massage, giving specific instructions throughout to the giver. You focus attention within your own body while consciously playing with movement, breath, sound and self- touch. This embodiment practice, also called “active receiving,” supports learning erotic self-regulation. Enroll Now.

Mapping: Practicing Placement of Attention

Mapping involves applying finger pressure in a focused, structured way to specific points on the body. The focus here is on somatic awareness, not on giving massage. Sometimes only five points will be held in an hour. The person receiving decides. To facilitate communications with the person being mapped, agree that you will follow their guidance on pressure, vibration, and when to move on to another point. Keep in mind that some points may trigger painful memories or surprising amounts of pleasure. Enroll Now.

SexBod Sessions

Certified Sexological Bodyworkers are professional somatic sex educators who teach through body-based exercises and experiences. Sexological Bodywork sessions can have a variety of intentions and expressions. In the videos here, you will see sessions where the goal is sustained sexual arousal involving movement and conscious breathing. Another demonstrates working with gender non-conforming bodies. In all of these sessions, you will see how constant communication is extremely important. Enroll Now.

Sexological Bodywork Teachings

Sexological Bodyworkers are somatic sex educators, supporting individuals, couples and groups to learn to direct their own erotic development, learn about their bodies, sex and sexuality, or work through sexual issues or concerns. They offer experiential learning opportunities that consciously access and integrate profound ecstatic and erotic states. Their teaching involves a variety of instructive modalities, including breathwork, sexual arousal, touch, erotic massage, pelvic release work, scar tissue remediation, and Orgasmic Yoga coaching. A homestudy version of the Sexological Bodywork training materials is available at Enroll Now.

Therapist - Sexological Bodyworker Collaboration

Sex therapist Jack Morin describes how "Sexological Bodywork builds a bridge from talking to experience in cases that involve one's sexuality. I have felt that a profession such as Sexological Bodywork was needed, so it's exciting to see this new profession, with its specialized training and ethical operating principles, being utilized by therapy clients. It has changed the way that I work to have this kind of therapy available. It is so much simpler now to recommend clients get bodywork with a defined and specialized profession. My clients have been getting very powerful results. Enroll Now.