I work with women reconnecting to their body and sexuality, particularly after difficult relationships or trauma. I provide a gentle, loving space for you to rediscover your desires, your body and yourself. Supported on your unique journey at your own pace, you might explore:
- Learning to love and trust your body
- Knowing what you really want, asking for it and receiving it
- Communicating and holding your boundaries
- Being seen and validated for who you really are
- Developing self-intimacy and a deep enjoyment of sex
- Being in relation to men
- Awakening your sensuality and divine femininity
- Connecting your spirituality to your eroticism
I offer trauma-informed coaching and sexological bodywork sessions online and in-person in London. I offer authentic tantric massage and yoni healing in-person in London.
Sessions are a place of learning where you’re in control. We go entirely at your pace – nothing will happen if you don’t want it to. And everything is welcome: any emotions, sensations, any request you’d like to make.
I’ve worked with people where even talking about their body was a huge act of courage. I’ve helped rekindle relationships. And I’ve helped people explore their full potential in eroticism and pleasure. I’d love to have a friendly chat to discover what’s possible for you.
“I had severe trust issues with men due to previous trauma but the sessions I received from Paul were so loving and nurturing. He made me feel cherished, seen, attractive but, most importantly of all, safe… Paul is incredibly sensitive, patient and loving. I feel I have made huge progress and feel ready to embark on a new relationship after keeping myself closed down for so many years.”
"Paul holds an amazing space of unconditional love and acceptance which I had never experienced before with a man. Doing exercises that enabled me to practice boundaries and consent, I started setting boundaries in my own life and saying no to things I didn’t want including saying no to sex. In that space, I was able to explore my own femininity, start to feel like a sexual woman again and accept that I did deserve love.”