One of the best things you can do for your sex life…
Many long term couples report that over time, their sex life is depleting. The frequency, quality and experience can be somewhat lagging.
There’s a number factors that contribute to a down ward spiral of sex quality in relationships. And yes, there’s a natural honeymoon stage at the start of a relationship in which a concoction of hormones will certainly boost libido, passion and let’s be honest, effort.
But what many don’t recognize is that good sex is much more than fireworks and technique. For most people in long term relationships good sex has a direct connection with the quality of their relationship.
And over time, there is a tendency for various issues to arise in our relationships. If not addressed then resentment, complacency, poor communication and de-transfiguration will creep their way into the bedroom and join you in the act.
Our brain is our most important sex organ. And after thirteen years of teaching both Sexuality and Relationship workshops I can honestly say that it’s often the Relationships Workshop that acts as the most powerful contributor for couples to rekindle or create profound sexual experiences.
Connection, trust, intimacy, forgiveness and love are a powerful foundation for high quality sex in a relationship. Don’t get me wrong, learning amazing skills are a mind blowing addition to your sex life, but get a strong foundation in place and you’ll be able to open to each other and enjoy the techniques so much more.
Link in my bio for the upcoming Relationships Workshop. After a recent review of COVID restrictions, we have just released our final 10 spaces for this workshop. Grab your place now!
Upcoming Workshops & Events
Expansion Yoga and Meditation Weekend
Reset your mind and rejuvenate your body. Delve into a weekend of meditation, mindfulness, yoga practices and transformative teachings. You’ll leave feeling renewed, grounded and expanded. For Beginners to Advanced.
Date: May 27th – 29th, 2022, 2022
Where: Venue 3121 – 281 Swan St, Richmond 3121
Teachers: Emma Power & Nilanthi Chandra
Friday – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Saturday – 8:30am – 5:00pm
Sunday – 8:30am – 5:00pm
(approx finish time)
For more information go here
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