Do you or does your partner have a penis? Are you noticing changes in erection and/or pleasure, or simply wonder if things could be even better?
This online ‘Penis Pleasure Masterclass’ provides you with the gift of learning soft penis massage for your pleasure discovery and/or recovery. A soft penis is capable of so much pleasure, including orgasms, and through regular massage, you can increase blood-flow to improve erectile function. But this isn’t just about erectile recovery, it’s about enhancing sensitivity, pleasure and new ways to orgasm (without the pressure of getting hard).
It’s designed so you can do this by yourself or with a partner, and is cleverly structured so you can pick and choose the information and approaches that are right for you. Tess educates and guides you to learn 18 bodywork techniques so you can explore and discover YOUR pleasure and orgasmicity, because we’re all different!
Whether you're experiencing numbness, changes in erection, sensitivity or orgasm, or have atrophy, discomfort, disconnection from yourself and/or partner(s), are post cancer treatments, had a prostatectomy, or you simply want to really discover your pleasure potential, this Masterclass is for you.
For pleasure without the pressure, click HERE to learn more.
Tess (they/them) is a neurodivergent, queer, non-binary, sexuality clinician and educator. They’ve been working in sexual rehabilitation as an occupational therapist (OT) for people with neurological conditions, spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury and musculoskeletal injury in both public and private hospitals across Melbourne. They now run a community OT and sexological practise working solely in sexuality for people living with disability, chronic illness and cancer. Tess is also trained in somatic sexology, having worked hands-on (and hands-in!) with people of all walks of life, to discover and re-connect their pleasure potential. As a clinical and community-based sexuality educator, they’ve facilitated well over a hundred workshops on the topics of sexuality, pleasure, intimacy, consent, kink, ethical/consensual non-monogamy and more, for nearly a decade. That’s thousands of people! It’s safe to say they know their stuff.
From Tess’s own cancer journey, they’ve experienced first-hand the lack of sexual support out there for people struggling. Why are quality sexual education and practical, realistic guidance so hard to find!?!?!? This question is the driving force for this Masterclass and other works by Tess. Through education and support, we can empower and discover. These are the tools for changing lives and is Tess’s mission for any human wanting to access a greater quality of sexual life.