Entries tagged with “Sensuality Collection”
Eager to rev up your libido? Try these recipes.
Want to be more mindful when it comes to sex? Try following these three rules.
Sex therapists and coaches share the innovative approaches they use to inspire greater intimacy
Are you feeling stiff, sluggish—as if the energy within you is in stasis? It may be time to reconnect with your intrinsic feminine magnetism.
Connect deeply with your partner for slow, intimate sex by emulating the Polynesian approach. Try these 4 tips to bring a touch of the island life into your bedroom for slow, intimate sex.
Applying Tantric techniques can transform your sex life—and your sense of “potent aliveness.”
At the beginning of my recovery from sexual assault, I needed to re-learn how to feel.
Sex therapist Tammy Nelson, author of Open Monogamy, suggests that you can have your cake and eat it too.
A clear answer—even the answer you want—is just a few words away
Erotic feelings can be natural and precious—and a source of great healing.
Rev up your sexual vitality with cinnamon and other surprising foods.
In a world where Judeo-Christian faith no longer writes the rules on intimacy, who will define the new sexual ethics?
Sexual energy may be an expression of the divine within each of us. That's one reason a mindful approach to sexuality is so important.
A conversation with sex therapist Maci Daye on the importance of bringing play, adventure, and curiosity into the bedroom and why “Great sex has more to do with the state of our mind than with the function of our body.”
Allow yourself to become spiritually shameless. Submerge yourself in “an ocean of ever-expanding spiritual pleasure” as you explore Vedic sexuality.
Sensuality is much more than just sex—although sexuality matters, too. Embrace your sensual side with or without a partner with these suggestions from S&H.
Low sexual desire can limit energy and vitality. The good news is you can take control turn that light back on.
“These three practices all have the key quality of inviting pleasure while reducing stress.”
“If you are someone who doesn’t feel randomly and spontaneously turned on all the time, there’s nothing wrong with you. It’s totally normal to go through periods where you don’t feel like having sex.”