Ever since I experienced devastating side effects from the LLETZ 16 years ago, I’ve been on a mission to learn everything I can to help my healing and recovery. Two years ago I decided to train in Sexological Bodywork to help others to heal and recover.
What Is Sexological Bodywork/Somatic Sex Education?
It is a hands-on method of teaching practical tools that can help you to heal your body and reawaken your sexual self. We work by teaching mindfulness and body awareness techniques to help you feel more safe and comfortable in your body. We also teach erotic practises for awakening sexual desire, and pleasure. These practises include body focusing, breathing, and self-touch (or the touch of an in-person practitioner.) We also practise Scar Tissue remediation which can help the body to physical heal after gynaecological surgeries like LEEP/LLETZ.
Sexological Bodywork can help with a number of side effects post LEEP including;
- loss of libido
- loss of orgasm
- pelvic pain
- pain during sex
- helping the nervous system learn to relax
- setting boundaries with partners to meet your body’s need for healing
- learning new ways to connect with a partner that help your healing
- helping scar tissue heal, and promotion of nerve regrowth by improving blood flow to the pelvic area.
How I work
You can work with me online, or in-person in Florence, Italy. During our sessions you have the space to be heard about your experience, and you can choose from the practises I offer I suit your needs. I can guide you through them online, if you wish, or you can work in your own time. I also coach you to set up regular home practise to get the most benefits out of the sessions.
When working in person I am able to offer hands-on work, including body-work and genital touch when valuable for the client’s learning experience and/or healing.
I work in accordance with the Code of Ethics of the Somatic Sex Educators Association of Australasia. For more information see here, https://sseaa.org/code-of-ethics/
About Me: You can find out more about my story via the crowdfunding campaign for my memoir about my recovery from the LLETZ Procedure – A Cut In The Brain.