You can see it, you can feel it — nice, slow lovemaking where all you do is focus on your sensations.
So what does this approach involve? And what makes it so incredibly effective?
Originally developed by sex researchers Drs. William Masters and Virginia Johnson, sensate focus exercises involve each partner paying increased attention to their own sensations when stimulated. Developed for couples in sex therapy, these exercises have helped lovers to overcome issues like performance anxiety, rapid ejaculation, lack of orgasm and erectile dysfunction.
Whether you are in therapy or simply want something different in your sex life, any couple stands to gain from focusing on no more than their sensations.
The benefits of sensate focus include: Read more
Posted on April 28, 2009 by Svetlana Ivanova