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'No matter what you do, your nervous system is always sending out and receiving and processing environmental signals and triggers. When you spend time with another person your nervous system begins to coregulate, and that can be both a wonderful and a scary thing to do.
When we are in emotionally traumatic or anxiety-producing relationships, our body can sometimes give us clues that we don’t feel safe or that this isn’t the right relationship before we even become mentally aware of it.
In an intimate relationship, we can successfully co-regulate with one another when we experience the interaction of feeling safe.
When a rupture occurs such as a conflict, we move out of connection; then, with a repair such as resolving the conflict, we return to the safe emotional connection. A positive sensation is experienced in our body where we can feel calm, grounded, and secure.
Disruptions in this emotional connection are a given with the ebb and flow of life, but there’s a trust that develops that re-engagement can and will take place.
It can be really difficult for somebody who is used to unhealthy relationships to begin to feel safe with a new partner, even if that relationship is healthy both emotionally and physically. "
with permission from: lcsrtherapy,com