Fall in love …
with your desire,
with your life.
What would your life look like if you lived from a place of personal empowerment? How would you date, make love, and show up in relationship if you dug deep within yourself to clear old patterns, shame, and fear? If you gave yourself the gift of radical acceptance of your body and your pleasure, how would your life change? Do you desire to bring the power of these ideas into your love life and personal practice?
As a coach, I believe that we all have this right and this ability—to navigate our sex life and relationships from such a place of deep inner wisdom. I believe that each of us has the capability to achieve this, and that how to get there already resides within you. Through the process of working together we can help you find it, reconnect to it, empower it, and celebrate it. Whether you are single or looking, open to love or scared to find it, orgasmic or numb, you are normal and deserving of the love of your dreams.
How does it work?
As a sex, love and relationship coach, it is my job to re-introduce you to yourself. The you that laughs fully, surrenders joyfully, and loves completely without old wounds and insecurities getting in the way. I’m not talking about the kind of self-love that translates to self aggrandizement. (I would also argue that that, my friend, is not love at all.)
True self love requires vulnerability, self awareness, acceptance, and patience to examine your unique life lessons and make constant and deliberate choices for your highest good BECAUSE you love yourself. When you live from that place, you are unstoppable.
In order to teach that, I too had to learn the art of self love and then to hold that space in integrity by loving you, divine, whole and perfect as you are while seeing your limitless potential.
After a string of truly bad relationships, I decided to teach myself to learn to like being alone. That didn’t mean swearing off sex or partnership, it just meant changing my language to myself and freeing myself from the societal implications that made me worry that “single” was a synonym for “not whole.”
Self-love is not an easy journey. We are bombarded with advertisements, cultural messages, family pressure, and self doubt from years of indoctrinated shame that instill the belief that we must be doing this whole life thing wrong if we are alone or unhappy in our relationship.
I’m here to tell you that the key to happiness is locked inside of you; and with my help we will access it, releasing you from any shadow of a doubt that you are anything but exactly as you should be. On the other side of that unlocked door is a world of possibility: an incredible sex life, a compassionate partnership, deeper more meaningful relationships with yourself, your friends and family, and your community, the job of your dreams, and so much more!