Ok, so there seems to be some confusion around what a sex coach does as well as how MY VERSION of tantra training works.
Sex coaching can be conducted over the phone or, as some of my clients prefer, in person. This type of coaching facilitates the client's sexual awareness and fulfillment through healing, education, and empowerment. Sex coaches deal with sex head-on without any blame, shame, or negative judgment so that clients can talk about the things that seem difficult to talk about and get out of shame, guilt and/or fear and into freedom, pleasure, and fulfillment.
Sex coaching does not mean having sex (in any form) with a client and coaching them to get better at a particular act. That's not what my coaching and training services are for. In fact, technique and skills can be learned through videos and articles online FOR FREE. Here are some resources:http://mytinysecrets.com/how-to-eat-pussy-a-magical-guide-for-evolved-people/ and http://mytinysecrets.com/how-to-give-a-yoni-massage-12-crucial-steps-to-make-it-life-changing-for-her/ and http://mytinysecrets.com/the-fine-art-of-penis-thrusting/
I hope that cleared that up.
Now a little about tantra:
While the content of my Tantra Training Program revolves around an ancient spiritual philosophy that, among myriad other aspects to HUMAN BEING-NESS, addresses sexual and erotic practices, I DO NOT engage in said practices with clients. In my role as teacher, I welcome students' authentic self expression and intimate exploration through conversation, however, any and all tantric sex practices are intended to be shared with one's partner of choice. There are no sexual acts performed in any of my services.
I find it increasingly interesting how our culture so narrowly views the topic of sex as AN ACT exclusively. And so if we're talking about IT or exploring IT, we must be offering to have IT, right? ...WRONG. It's this perception, along with the general perception that sex is sinful and dirty (yes, that's the buried puritanical belief left over from the "good" ol' days that's been passed on to all of us in various ways) that is destroying humanity. As human beings, are we not physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, AND sexual BEINGS? Why are we condemning an aspect of our humanity? Why are we making ourselves "wrong" and "bad" and "dirty"? Is it possible that in so doing we cultivate anger, fear, guilt, and shame? What would life be like if we stopped doing this to ourselves and stopped projecting this exceedingly low vibrational energy toward each other and the world?
This is why I study and teach tantra. Its philosophy and evolutionary practices are a guide for living in harmony with true human nature. I have seen and personally experienced the destruction rejecting an integral part of one's self does. I'm here to end the suffering. This is me doing my part to give voice to that which we are shamed into "keeping our mouths shut" about and "keep private and hidden".
With the greatest Love an Honor... cd