Online Course on Female sexuality
This course improves your understanding of your body & its sexual development.
The basic blueprint for humans is the same, but did you know that all eggs in a woman’s body, before they are fertilised are female or X?
Did you know that the word Vulva is the name of the external parts of the female genitals?
Knowing the anatomy of your genitals can help you to be more fulfilled and confident in bed.
Hormones are a delicate balance in your body and can impact your libido profoundly, so that your level of desire can easily change as you go through your monthly cycle.
The mirror exercise is a very intimate way to connect with yourself and the intricate nature of your vulva.
We will discuss the physical changes of the female genitals during arousal.
I shall explain what your clitoris really looks like.
This will help you understand the automatic way the vagina prepares prior to penetration.
Solo sex – why it is good for you.
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Psychology of Arousal
Sex – it’s a whole heart-body-mind thing
Understanding what goes on in your brain physically, emotionally and psychologically before, during and after sex.
When you feel aroused or excited, there’s already been a whole lot of chemical reactions in your brain.
It is not about being perfect every time, fluctuations in levels of enjoyment can vary over the weeks and months.
It has been said that your brain is actually the biggest sex organ.
When all of you, heart, body & mind are connected, then sex is a much bigger experience.
In this discussion we can look at the most common sexual difficulties women experience
Dyspareunia, meaning painful intercourse
Vaginismus, this meaning no penetration
Lack of desire – in or out of relationships
Anorgasmia – inability to have an orgasm
Sexual dysfunctions can be very distressing, and may require professional assistance
In any communication we are continuously reading each other’s non verbal cues.
When discussing something important do look AT each other.
Silence is a powerful way to communicate
Here you will find the do’s and don’ts
Listening is more important, and often lacking
Sex is nonverbal communication
Stress will inpact your sexuality in a number of different ways.
Here I outline some of the common signs of stress
When you stress metal by bending it back and forth it breaks
Are there any differences between gender and reactions to stress?
Learning how to manage stress it will mean an overall improvement of the quality of your sex life
Learning to be sensuous and affectionate if the key to excellent intimacy