We meet ourselves in (really great) orgasm: the physical, the emotional, the spiritual, the relational, the biological, the mental, the chemical, the alive, the profound and the mundane, the person we have been and all the possibilities of what we could be.
This course is for women who are curious about how Polyvagal Theory, neuroscience, and the somatic experience of the body can inform their approach to their sexuality.
What windows of understanding can be opened? What parts of your experience are common? How can safety improve the quality or quantity of your orgasms? How can you and your partner work together with your physiology to change the way you are connecting with each other? What is your body trying to tell you? What role does your nervous system play in your sexuality?
Why does orgasm even matter? Isn't it just momentary physical pleasure? (Spoiler alert: no!)
Sexuality is equal parts mysterious and measurable. I'd like to keep it that way. I'm not interested in reducing orgasm down to its chemical components and leaving it there. I'm interested in letting the science empower the personal. You're not crazy for wanting more, and I can prove it.
Let's freaking do this.
TOPICS ALSO INCLUDE:
pleasure and the patriarchy (i.e. this shit is intentional)
the problem with porn
4D wheel of inquiry
the role of ritual
how to talk to your partner about all of this
the relationship between the diaphragm and emotion
integrating sexuality into the whole self
the link between sex and voice
the link between sex and creativity
two unlikely bedfellows: depression and rage
P.S. Polvagal Theory is a framework through which to understand our phylogenetic response to activation. It posits that we are wired to perceive threat or safety underneath our conscious awareness, respond to threat via a hierarchy of response (social engagement, fight/flight, freeze), and restore equilibrium through co-regulation of the nervous system (cues of safety delivered through another person's facial expression, tone of voice, posture presentation, etc.).
In this case, The Polyvagal Orgasm means that our physiology requires safety in sex. This course is basically taking nervous system regulation into the bedroom to improve connection and communication, as well as the visceral and emotional feelings of orgasm. The safer our bodies think we are, the better sex feels. Science has (finally) begun to teach us the importance of feel-good sex for women.
HOW IT WORKS:
The course is delivered via video with supplemental printable materials for your personal use. Content is emailed directly to you once per week for four weeks. You have forever access to the material.
Please note that this course is for education purposes only. It is not intended to replace psychotherapy nor advice and counsel you would receive from a medical or mental health professional.
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