Female Anatomy of Arousal Talk 1st February ~ Dartington Devon

 

Yoni cushions available from Laura Doe at Vulvalicious

Demystifying sexual anatomy

My passion is supporting women to claim back their sexuality, and I believe a solid foundation in understanding their sexual anatomy is key to this.

Have you ever wondered what really goes on ‘down there’?

The challenge many women face is being their sexual anatomy is tucked away inside of them, they don’t really know what they have or how it works.

Female Arousal Network

The female arousal network is a circuit of locations on the body each of which ‘light-up’ when we are touched there. The more places which are touched or connected to the higher the potential of arousal we feel.

Creating a Map of your Arousal

When we bring a visual map of our arousal network into our sexual play we can begin to create the type of sexual experiences that deeply satisfy us.

Read my Blog: Female Anatomy of Arousal: Diving Deep into the Unknown

Female Anatomy of Arousal Talk

In this female anatomy of arousal talk for people who love people with yoni’s (vaginas) I’ll be taking you on a tour of female sexual anatomy. Teaching how to locate each part and how it works, so that you can explore in your own time this new territory. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and this will be a lively and engaging evening. This is a fully clothed event.

The talk will be held at: Studio 33 at Dartington Hall, Dartington, Devon.

Timings: 7pm 9.30pm

Date: Thursday 1st February 2018

Tickets available at £15 full price and £10 concessions booking essential.

Please read my bookings and cancellation policy before booking.


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Anatomy of Arousal Workshop: Her Hidden Pleasure. Totnes 4th February 2018

4th February 2018

10am – 5pm

Wayfaring, Cott Road, Dartington

The Anatomy of Arousal workshop is an opportunity to get really informed about your sexuality, your arousal and your pleasure.

In the anatomy of arousal workshop Catherine was beautiful. She held a very safe space, and was authentic, open, honest and gentle. ~NK

What we will do

  • Learn about the structures of your sexual anatomy
  • Learn how your arousal network activates
  • There will be a chance to map your own sexual anatomy giving you new somatic references
  • Discover what gets in the way of your pleasure
  • Share this journey with other courageous women and collectively become more empowered sexual beings while celebrating our sexuality
  • Learn about the history of female sexuality and why so many of us carry a deep cultural fear that’s embedded in our psyche.
  • Collectively create a ritual of de-shaming and claiming back the beauty of our bodies
  • Have opportunity to ask lots of questions and to be supported with whatever arises for you during the day

Your boundaries will be completely honoured and you are encouraged to participate at whatever level feels right for you on the day.

The most powerful part of the day for me was the last bit when I felt that I was someone else and I was in deep connection with them. I felt very emotional when I hugged one of the other women, it was really a watershed moment for me and so I really want to thank the other woman for being in that moment with me and sharing an unwavering commitment to that unfolding! ~ Samantha

Come to the Talk

This workshop follows a talk on Female Anatomy of Arousal on Thursday 1st February, Dartington, 7- 9.30pm. Attendance at the talk is NOT compulsory for the workshop but  it will support your deepening throughout the day.

Read my blog on Female Arousal Anatomy: Diving Deep into the Unknown to get an overview on the topic.

My Passion

Through my work I see that many women have experienced some degree of shame, fear, abuse or pain around their sexuality. Through my own journey of claiming back my sexuality after sexual abuse my passion is to support women into awakening their sexuality and claiming back their capacity for pleasure!!

Cost

Early bird price of £45 till the 15th January thereafter £55.

This will be a small workshop with space for only 15 women.

Please read my bookings and cancellation policy before booking.


Anatomy of Arousal: Her Hidden Pleasure




Directions

Follow this link for directions to venue

Contact

catherine@tantricawakening.org

Female Arousal Anatomy: Diving Deep into the Unknown

Yoni cushions made by Vulvalicious

Sacred Cave or Down There?

Pussy, yoni, cunt, vagina. What do you call your genitals? In the Tantric tradition the word yoni is used to name the whole of the vulva and its direct translation is ‘sacred cave’ where one can meet the majesty of the feminine in all her glory, wonder and divinity. This may feel a remote description for many yoni owners, as ‘down there’ can often be a place of disconnection and shame compounded by a lack of pleasure based sex education.

My name is Catherine Hale and I’m a sexological body-worker with a keen interest in female sexuality. When I started on the path of Tantra I realised, despite being sexually aware, I was actually really poorly educated in the basics of female sexual anatomy. Since then I made it my mission to educate myself and to share this with other yoni owners so we can all have a working knowledge, like a road map, of female arousal, pleasure and how to get the most from our sexuality.

Female Arousal Network: Getting the Lights Turned on!

female arousal lights up

Imagine a string of fairy lights, as each light is illuminated brightness increases, well it’s the same in female arousal. As each part of the female arousal network lights up, through conscious touch, the level of pleasure increases. The starting point is knowing the location of each part on the network in your own body and building a relationship with it.

Ready for the Tour?

Perhaps the most commonly known of our pleasures structures is the clitoris, tucked at the top of the vulva covered by a membrane of skin called the prepuce, the clitoris and the penis share the same origins and are comprised of the same erectile tissue. What’s absent from most people’s knowledge, are the presence of the clitoral legs which run from the base of the shaft into the outer lips, giving the clitoris an overall length of up to 10cm. More surface area = more potential pleasure!!

Next on our tour are the vestibular bulbs, these are spongy erectile tissues nestled in the outer lips of the labia, as we become aroused they engorge with blood and give the appearance of fuller plumper lips, like nature’s own collagen!

Slightly entering into and dropping down into the base of the vulva with a finger pointing downwards we find the perineal sponge. Comprised of erectile tissue the perineal sponge is padding between the base of the vagina and the anus, which engorges and becomes more sensitive to touch as arousal increases.

The Ubiquitous G-Spot: Not as Deep as you Think

As we step inside there on the anterior wall of the vagina lies the ubiquitous G-spot. Positioned much closer to the vaginal opening than most realise, this flared rocket shaped structure, has been the source of so much misunderstanding in female sexuality.

location of g-spot

Despite the name the G-spot isn’t a spot, it’s a structure of a couple of cm wide and about 5cm long. Comprising of the head, body and tail, it forms the connection between the urethral sponge wrapped around the urethra and the anterior wall of the vagina. Given the urethral sponge is formed of erectile tissue there is a capacity for intense pleasure here, however many women experience numbness or pain and avoid touching or focusing on this structure.

In the Flow: the Nectar of the Goddess

As the urethral sponge becomes engorged there is an accumulation of prostatic fluid which can be emitted from the body in the form of female ejaculate. This ejaculate leaves the body through the paraurethral ducts either side of the urethra, through the vaginal opening and some research suggests it leaves through the urethra itself.   Due to its proximity to the urethra stimulation of this area can create the feeling of needing to pee, causing some women to pull back and prevent the flow of what the ancient Daoists called Amrita, the nectar of the goddess, from flowing forth!!

in the flow

The Cervix and Pleasure

Hanging down from the uterus, the cervix is a muscular structure, and while capable of feeling great pleasure many women have pain and less pleasant sensations here, often owing to deep thrusting penetration where the incoming object bangs against the cervix, through smear tests, biopsies and colposcopies where cells and or tissue are removed from areas of the cervix, creating what’s called ‘armouring’.

Like a Flower she Opens 

The inner and outer lips are like the petals of an orchid, holding everything in place, and while the outer lips house the vestibular bulbs, the inner lips are comprised of a more delicate tissue, a mucous membrane that if touched, with enough moisture to avoid dragging, and with sensitivity can unfurl like the petals of a flower revealing the vaginal opening, urethral opening and the position of the Bartholin’s glands whose function is to secrete fluid similar to pre-cum from a penis, into the opening of the vagina, it’s the wetness we feel when first aroused.

orchid yoni opening

Releasing Armour: Finding Pleasure

Armed with our map of arousal structures we can consider touch, especially in those areas that don’t feel so good to touch, which can be any part of the vulva, as they are the gateway into reclaiming our deepest pleasures.

In receiving touch or touching our wounded parts we can work through the layers of pain, by meeting the sensations as they present themselves to us. Whether that’s stinging, numbness, sharpness, or nausea, they all have a place in the vastness of ourselves and the shift of our loving consciousness towards as opposed to away from these sensations allows for their completion and release from our bodies. The resultant spaciousness gives rise to increased pleasure creating feelings of wellbeing, healing and expansion.

I offer 1: 1 anatomy of arousal somatic sessions for people with yonis.

Sexual Healing Sessions London 20th – 22nd March

Sexual Healing Sessions London

My next sessions in London after February are:  20th – 22nd March 2018.

Sexual healing sessions, who are they for?

  •  Anyone who wants to explore their sexuality through a conscious/healing educational and empowering approach and to open up to connecting to more pleasure in their life!
  • I support clients with their sexual and relational life including:
  • Removing fear of intimacy
  • Feeling more sexually empowered
  • Creating a loving relationship
  • Learning about Tantric sex including Tantric orgasm
  • Clearing challenges around erectile dysfunction including premature ejaculation
  • Clearing challenges around inability to orgasm (anorgasmia)

How does the sexual healing session work?

Go to the sessions page to see the range of sessions that I have on offer, or just contact me and we can start the process of creating a bespoke session for you.

What do I expect after a session?

Ive had a number of sexual healing sessions with Catherine, each of which has led to some major releases-I feel that I am much more capable and less scared of relationships and my sexuality, and much less likely to make a problem bigger in my head than it actually is. I feel more in touch with my sexuality, and more aware of my boundaries than I have at any point in my life. – FA

Everyone comes to see me with their unique challenges. Ultimately my work is about freeing you from your fears, conditioning, shame and guilt around your sexuality so  you can reclaim your power as a sexual being and live the life you were meant to have!

Price

  • 2 hours London £250
  • 3 hours London £300

Book a session: catherine@tantricawakening.org

Female Anatomy of Arousal Talk London ~ 21st March

Yoni cushions available from Laura Doe at Vulvalicious

Demystifying sexual anatomy

My passion is supporting women to claim back their sexuality, and I believe a solid foundation in understanding their sexual anatomy is key to this.

Have you ever wondered what really goes on ‘down there’?

The challenge many women face is being their sexual anatomy is tucked away inside of them, they don’t really know what they have or how it works.

Female Arousal Network

The female arousal network is a circuit of locations on the body each of which ‘light-up’ when we are touched there. The more places which are touched or connected to the higher the potential of arousal we feel.

Creating a Map of your Arousal

When we bring a visual map of our arousal network into our sexual play we can begin to create the type of sexual experiences that deeply satisfy us.

Read my Blog: Female Anatomy of Arousal: Diving Deep into the Unknown

Female Anatomy of Arousal Talk London

In this female anatomy of arousal talk for people who love yonis (vaginas) I’ll be taking you on a tour of female sexual anatomy. Teaching how to locate each part and how it works, so that you can explore in your own time this new territory. There will be plenty of time to ask questions and this will be a lively and engaging evening. This is a fully clothed event.

The talk will be held at: Skylight Centre, 49 Corsica Street, London, N51JT

Timings: 7pm 9.30pm

Date: Wednesday 21st March 2018

Tickets available at £30 full price and £20 concessions, booking essential.

Please read my bookings and cancellation policy before booking.


Female Anatomy of Arousal Talk London



Female Sexual Awakening

Awakening Female Sexuality Catherine Hale

Female Sexual Awakening

Dear Catherine, I really can’t thank you enough for today. It was an incredible experience and I am excited about continuing the work you have proposed. Sarah

Who are these female sexual awakening sessions for?

Women who:

  • want to journey deeper into their sexuality
  • have difficulty having orgasm
  • have pelvic scar tissue from birth trauma, surgery or accidents
  • find themselves in unfulfilling relationships
  • find themselves saying ‘yes’ when they really want to say ‘no’ because they fear rejection
  •  desire to own their female sexual power
  • want to learn to ejaculate easily.

Magic happened!  I felt energy moving inside my body, generating in one place and moving to another. It was wonderful to experience how life force is not some kind of mystical thing out there, rather what was living inside me; what I was made of. – Zsaklin

How does the female sexual awakening session work?

  • Sessions can include body work and or energy work
  • You will be educated  about your anatomy of arousal
  • You will connect with and release old emotions stuck in your sex centre
  • Feel  deeply and create spaciousness  for the wisdom of the body to do its sacred intelligent work in healing so more pleasure and intimacy can be felt.

Catherine made the uncomfortable bearable and her lovely calm way helped create an ambience of trust and openness. – Nikita

What do I expect after a female sexual awakening session?

  • To feel more deeply than you have felt before
  • To feel free to express your desires
  • To be educated about female sexuality
  • To connect with the pleasure buried in the walls of the yoni
  • Have deeply satisfying sex regularly
  • Live in an empowered way and contribute to the well being of all including all life on Earth
  • Know where your G-spot is and how to stimulate it

My Yoni and I are getting to know each other and today I feel more alive and less pain. Thank you. Fiona

Price

  • 2 hours Devon £200 or London £250
  • 3 hours Devon £250 or London £300
  • Community care sessions: I offer 2 sessions of two hours each week in Devon at the concessionary rate of £150. These sessions are for people local to Totnes who would otherwise not be able to afford my usual rate. I’m also offering 3 sessions a month at £100 to people who are experiencing challenging circumstances.

Sessions in Devon happen at the beautiful Nautilus Rooms in Totnes.

I got to connect with my body at a very deep level and I felt self-love and pure joy. – Jo

Book a session: catherine@tantricawakening.org