Touch is our most developed sense at birth. Unlike the other senses it never changes throughout the aging process. Body-based, sex+, verbal and physical tools build a toolbox for our clients to remain physically, mentally and sexually engaged. An aging body is kept younger by a mind that is determined to foster aliveness and excitement, a body flowing with life-giving erotic potential. ” Keep in touch” is not just a cliche, but a life-sustaining requirement. In this riveting interview Dr. Susan Kaye shares her views on the power of– and need for– human touch. She talks about her work in the somatic arts, her commitment as a sexologist to life-affirming care, and the reasons for carrying on this tradition of incorporating touch into sexual healing practices.
Dr. Susan Kaye is the founder of Integrative Mind-Body Therapies, LLC. She is a sexual wellbeing specialist with 15 years of experience as a somatic practitioner. Gaining expertise as a tantra teacher, bodywork practitioner, massage therapist, and yoga instructor, she also has spent the past 20+ years in the field of sexual health as a Sexologist, Sex Coach, and Sex Educator. As she says, in her inimitable sassy style, “These combined years of bringing sex+ teachings to all diversities have required multiple leaps of faith and explanations at family dinners!” To learn more visit: https://imbtinternational.com/practitioners/ and her own site at: http://drsusankaye.com/