At birth our most developed sense is the sense of touch. From our very beginning touch is the most developed sense and even into old age it continues to be the one sense that gets more acute, even as our other senses of sight, sound, taste and smell diminish. Touch is how we connect to ourselves and others with an open heart. (Ashley Montague's Touching: The Human Significance of the Skin) We long to feel accepted and cherished for the erotic, sensual beings that we are. Often this natural, necessary connection between ourselves and our basic sensuality is lost. Then, if we've lost it for ourselves, how do we share it with others?
Now we can reclaim these life supporting parts of ourselves which, like a compass, steer us to more fully enjoying a sunset, a glass of wine, the sound of the ocean, a lover's touch. I create a safe sanctuary for you to learn to express your desires, awaken your body, and surrender into our pleasure for which our bodies were designed.
I coach men, women and couples (of mixed or same gender) into intimate (in-to-me-ce) relationships, of which begins with the relationship with our self connections that are richly felt, erotically awake, and deeply gratifying.
One client wrote:
Lily, I wanted to thank you for Wednesday. As I left, I noticed I was smiling. On the way home, I was at peace, and hopeful at the same time. I feel open to what comes my way, and sent a text to my wife. I said, I know you find it hard to talk to me about us sometimes, but, I found someone you can to talk if you're interested.She has a PhD, and is not from this area. We spoke that night, and she was surprisd that I had sought you out. She told me how she forgot how much I needed to be touched, and how much I have wanted, but, now, I am going to give her options, and she has to be the one to take the next setp. She told me that she was going to call you. I hope she takes the opportunity. I know you can help us both. I am looking forward to our journey together. Frank