After our wedding and dinner with family, we retreated to our honeymoon suite at the Marriott Hotel. White aromatic candles were lit, sensual aphrodisiac essences filled the air and the mood was ripe for romance. Excited about how we would move to another level of intimacy, we looked into one another’s eyes, smiled and began to kiss and hold one another tightly. I could sense that my new husband was experiencing something that would not allow our marriage to be consummated, so I suggested that we retire from our long, strenuous day and pick up where we left off at sunrise.
Weeks went by as my love tried to get himself together, and I assured him that I could wait. More than anything, I wanted intimacy. I wanted to be able to talk to my husband, and for us to work through our first challenge together.
This is the catalyst that began my search for answers regarding sexual disorders. The anger, irritation, and isolation that followed led me to the discovery of what I consider to be my life’s work. Operation “fix my marriage” introduced me to the same challenges that millions of American’s face with touch deprivation. It helped me to identify my “primary love language”, and to learn the importance of verbal and non-verbal communication in loving relationships.
So you know all about my Art of Touch Virtual Classes, but did you also know that metro Atlanta touch lovers can host Art of Touch classes in their homes? You heard me right. I would love to bring my mobile Art of Touch Studio to your home and teach you and your friends howContinue reading “Host an Art of Touch Class at Home”
We live in an anti-touch culture. There is an issue called Touch Deprivation in America – which is based on fear.
Versandra says, “I want people to understand that without touch you can die. Babies without touch won’t grow. Children without touch won’t develop. Adults without touch can become isolated, depressed and violent. Lets start touching again.”
“DYI (do it yourself) projects are no longer done in a garage with hammers and power tools, ladies and men alike are creating touch masterpieces with their hands; on the beach. Learn the art of touch and enhance communication and intimacy in your loving relationships.”
Question: How does one know what they are touching with their eyes closed?
Answer: As their finger tips scan the object, messages are sent to the brain and the memory of millions of touches are searched for the best possible image to project in their mind.
When we practice touching our lover in beautiful surroundings with loving intention, aromatic fragrances and sensual sounds we call forth divine images of love and create new memories for tomorrow’s touch.
It’s going to be sizzling hot tonight on WRFG 89.3FM Atlanta, as “The Witch Doctor & Black Magic Woman,” add a little love to the musical mix on Night Watch from midnight – 3 am. Our special guests are relationship coaches and presenters at the upcoming Soulmate Series Fall Retreat in Atlanta taking place Saturday 9/13/14.
Although “Create Your Own Touch Masterpiece” is not a class that teaches therapeutic massage, it is an introduction to the benefits of loving, nurturing touch for physical and emotional healing. The primary focus of what is now The Art of Touch Virtual Class, available 24/7 using any computer or mobile device, is to educate people about the affect touch deprivation is having on our society and offer an easy remedy that could be used to enhance bonding and intimacy among parents and children, couples and adults with elderly parents.
Communication is so very important for those seeking love or wanting to keep their current relationships HOT and sizzling. Repeat after me “Loving Touch Speaks Volumes of Unspoken Words” I’m an Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Certified Holistic Health Coach. I’ve published three self-help books and I speak internationally about health, healing and love. Health isContinue reading “You Feel Me?”