‍Sexological body work

What is it?

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What is it?

As sexological and tantric bodyworkers we have different approaches for the first session. For example, some cases are more likely to emphasize the Taoist shamanic aspects of the work, while others may emphasize the practical aspects.

In some cases I offer practical bodywork from the first session, while others do not. After discussing your goals for the session and incorporating the spiritual aspects or practices, the body sex worker may invite you to begin learning breathing techniques.

We can also introduce you to one of the following sexological bodywork modalities: Sexological bodywork modalities include:

  • Talk about sexual feelings and practices
  • Taoist genital massage
  • Orgasmic meditation
  • Taoist anal massage for men, women, transgender and non-binary people
  • Central erotic theme t
  • Observation and training of masturbation to reduce embarrassment and increase masturbation skills.

The current limits of the method include that the educator remains clothed during the entire session, the unidirectional touch from the educator to the student, and the use of gloves during the sexological body work session. Sexological bodyworkers generally refer to themselves as somatic sex educators or bodyworkers, as opposed to sex or intimacy coaches.

‍Sexological body work

What is it? 

The sexological bodywork profession was developed by Dr. Joseph Kramer out of Taoist traditions and as a way to help HIV positive men experience safe contact and healing in the wake of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s. Initially called Sacred Intimacy, early versions of the sexological bodywork method included higher levels of interaction between educator and student.

How is it different?

Sexological bodywork focuses on the sensational aspects of erotic pleasure and touch, as opposed to the psychological aspects. If you are someone who feels heavily dependent on fantasy for pleasure, this method could help you expand your sexual arousal and repertoire by becoming more aware of your and your partner's physiological arousal.

It will help you feel deeper and deeper pleasurable sensations in your body, release shame, and lessen pain from scar tissue (a result of childbirth or surgery). While sex workers do not directly treat anorgasmia (the inability to orgasm), delayed orgasm, premature ejaculation, or erectile dysfunction, the deeper level of self-awareness and connection to your arousal has the potential to help resolve any of these problems.

Corporal sexological training and certification

For more than 30 years, The Body Electric School has offered classes and workshops that use the tools of sexological bodywork. In these classes, people learn to reconfigure their sexual response to achieve a more pleasurable erotic life. Additionally, Dr. Kramer has partnered with institutions and trainers around the world to teach sexological bodywork training and its antecedent, Sacred Intimacy, to professionals interested in helping students achieve these goals.


In order to be approved by the California State Board of Education as an educational modality, certain limits and safety precautions have been added. The current limits of the method include the educator remaining clothed throughout the session, the educator's unidirectional touch to the student, and the use of gloves during the sexological bodywork session. Sexological bodyworkers generally refer to themselves as somatic sex educators or bodyworkers, as opposed to sex or intimacy coaches. The sexological bodywork certification was originally offered at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Initially, he was taught by Joseph Kramer,Ph.D. and was later taught by Dr. Danielle Harel and then Dr. Liam Snowdon.

What can you expect?

For more than 30 years, The Body Electric School has offered classes and workshops that use the tools of sexological bodywork. In these classes, people learn to reconfigure their sexual response to achieve a more pleasurable erotic life. Additionally, Dr. Kramer has partnered with institutions and trainers around the world to teach sexological bodywork training and its antecedent, Sacred Intimacy, to professionals interested in helping students achieve these goals.


In order to be approved by the California State Board of Education as an educational modality, certain limits and safety precautions have been added. The current limits of the method include the educator remaining clothed throughout the session, the educator's unidirectional touch to the student, and the use of gloves during the sexological bodywork session. Sexological bodyworkers generally refer to themselves as somatic sex educators or bodyworkers, as opposed to sex or intimacy coaches. The sexological bodywork certification was originally offered at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Initially, he was taught by Joseph Kramer,Ph.D. and was later taught by Dr. Danielle Harel and then Dr. Liam Snowdon.

How will it be done?

In ongoing sessions, you will continue to work with experiential and body-based practices to reach your goals. A good sexological bodybuilder will emphasize your right to stop practicing anything that makes you uncomfortable, at any time, and continue to communicate and give feedback throughout the session.

Important note:

As a client, you can be naked in the sessions. But sexological body work will stay dressed. If there is contact in the session but it is only one way from the practitioner to you. The sexological bodybuilder will always use gloves. You can't touch a sexological bodybuilder during a session.


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