A lot of it is simply getting used to the idea that I deserve pleasure & I deserve to know my own body better, which is completely new thinking, the opposite to what I've thought all my life!! Thanks so much for doing what you do, Bonnie!"
Most of us had almost no *actual* sex education and yet we think we’re supposed to be super confident in bed and have access to multiple orgasms at any given moment?
The sad truth is, we weren’t born magically great-in-bed. (Despite what we’d like to believe!)
The good news is that feeling confident, pleasure-filled, orgasmic and blissed out in the bedroom isn’t reserved for special people.
It’s literally a skill that can be learned.
No matter who you are, or what you’ve been told, your body has immense capacity for pleasure.
No matter how rough things are right now, your sexuality isn’t broken.
Sexual shame and guilt is normal, but we don’t need to live with it forever.
Being able to orient towards pleasure (whatever feels good) is essential when healing from trauma.
You are capable of deep, delicious intimacy, with yourself and others.
Your body is powerful, beautiful and worthy of being honoured.
Your pleasure potential is guaranteed to expand, the more you explore it and open to it.
Recently named by Body+Soul Magazine as one of 10 Australian female ‘Changemakers – changing the game in the wellness field’, Bonnie Bliss is a Somatic Sexologist, pleasure educator & women’s pelvic wellness coach. She has spent the last decade supporting thousands of women all over the world to discover the incredible world within their bodies.
Her background is in 1:1 work, having completed over 10,000 hours with 1:1 clients in person. She also has a passion for group work and has led many retreats and workshops both in Australia and internationally.
Obsessed with the power of pleasure to support our nervous systems, let go of stress, release shame and feel more deliciously alive in all areas of life, Bonnie is the founder of Yoni Club, a 3 month online women’s sexual wellness training that almost 1000 women all over the world have taken part in. She currently resides in Melbourne.