Sexological Bodywork is a way to teach and facilitate embodiment through conscious breath, movement, touch, and sound. It can be a hands-on tool to teach people how to expand their capacity for pleasure and body awareness, but it does not always involve touch. When touch is involved, according to the standards and ethics of the Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers, it is one-way touch that is gloved when genital work is done, with the Bodyworker always clothed.
If you are interested, please visit the blogs and websites of some of the amazing Sexological Bodyworkers that I was privileged to study with.
Brian Estlin – San Francisco/Bay Area
Tilia Bell – San Francisco/Bay Area
Tai Quyn Kulystin – Seattle, WA
The Sacred Body Project – Boise, ID
Isaiah S.I. – Maine
Sarah Rose Bright – Liverpool area, England, UK