Top tips from a Sexologist on how to get more sexual pleasure
Sydney-based Somatic Sexologist, Sex Coach and founder of Vulva Dialogues Alice Child explains why sexual pleasure is so important, why we aren’t getting the sex we deserve, and how to get it.
We all know that sex (when done well) feels great. Plus, studies have shown that sex and masturbation are extremely beneficial to our health. This is because sexual pleasure activates a variety of neurotransmitters and hormones that impact our brains and many other organs in our bodies. This leads to a positive spiral, improving our mental and physical wellness, as well as our confidence, body-image, relationships and sleeping patterns.
So it feels great, and it makes us healthier and happier. So why are we still not prioritising our pleasure?
From my work with clients as a Somatic Sexologist and Sex Coach, I have seen that most people are not getting access to the level of sexual pleasure that is possible to them - or the satisfaction in their sex life that they are craving. This is due to two main factors:
We therefore live in a world where everyone expects great sex to just ‘happen’ - without any help or communication at all.
But good lovers are made, not born. And that’s where sex coaches come in. We help individuals, couples and groups learn what they want, and how to get it.
Feeling curious? I am currently developing a sex, intimacy, and communication course for especially for couples, teaching everything you need to know for a life of great sex in a fun, judgement free, and inclusive space. Topics will include:
This is designed for anybody who wants a fulfilled sex, and is LGBTQAI+ inclusive. Sound intriguing? If you are currently in a relationship, you can fill in this 3 minute anonymous survey for a chance to get 50% off the first intake.
Alice also offers 1:1 sex coaching and education for couples and individuals which can be booked here.