Whether you have been feeling sexually shut down, are struggling with stress that keeps you from feeling connected to your partner or are navigating sexual trauma from your past… you are here because you have a desire for something to change.
Who is Rosalie?
All my life I’ve been a seeker, filled with longing to intimately know and understand the world. Like many, I was hungry for the “spiritually correct” path. I learned about affirmations and nutrition. I studied yoga. But all this time something felt indescribably off. It felt like my sometimes wild, messy and unorthodox experience of living in a female body didn’t “fit” into this spiritual paradigm.. And certainly neither did my sexuality.
I felt disconnected from my body, my feelings, and my aliveness. And then I found Tantra, and my whole being breathed a sigh of relief. At last, here was the feminine. Here was permission to be…..all of me. I am truly devoted to discovering what it truly means to be a woman and I’m devoted to supporting other women to do the same for themselves. I hold certifications in Fertility Awareness, Shamanic Herbalism and Ayurveda, Outdoor Education, Tantra and as a Birth Doula.
I have a question for you...
What is great sex? What does that mean to you specifically?
How is great sex different than what you are experiencing?
There are things you can learn about your body and techniques that can help you 'do the right thing to make your lover come', but what is it that really takes lovemaking to the next level?
What is it that turns boring, non-existent or disconnected sex into something sublime and transcendent?
Some of us long for a kind of lovemaking that is absolute union. Where it isn't just about my body and your body, but it's about something beyond both of us. Where it can become a portal to something precious and beautiful... we have a hunger inside for this, but have not known how to access it.
As I eased into the practice, I allowed my body to relax more and more until I felt like I was floating. From this space I felt the habitual tension beginning to loosen I felt the expectation to have a particular experience slowly falling away, I relaxed into subtle expansion rather than pushing for a breakthrough, which I might have done in the past.
I was brought up to be ashamed of my sexuality. But it never felt quite right to me. Deep inside, I sensed that my sexual desires and pleasures and my beautiful, sensual body were sacred. But outwardly, I was told, consciously and subconsciously, that my body and my sexuality were bad, something to be conquered and transcended at all costs.
This video is an excerpt from a private advanced group class where I was addressing the kind of evolution and lovemaking that is possible as we keep going deeper into this work and specifically addressing the role of the penis in expanded lovemaking.
Something I hear from a lot of my female clients, is that sex feels like one more thing on their to-do list. They want to enjoy their bodies, their partners, their sexuality… but they don’t know how, and feel like they are missing out.
Although I've been learning to embrace myself more fully, and to allow some of the more sensual and wild aspects of myself to be expressed; there is still a part of me that has been socially conditioned to “put it back in the box” where it is out of sight and won’t scare anyone around me or make them uncomfortable.