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Holding Hands

Experiential Hands-On Workshops

Experience the healing benefits of Somatic Intimacy Therapy in a convenient 4 hour One-on-One workshop.  Clients will learn techniques and skills that are sure to enhance their sensual experiences, solo and with a partner. 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

For decorum's sake let's think of sex as a baseball analogy. In this 4 hour workshop you may learn about:

  • All the bases

  • How to get to all the bases, in order.

  • How to hit a home-run

  • Strikes, fouls and errors

  • How to communicate with your coach so you can communicate with a partner.

  • Advanced baseball techniques and theory

HOW IT WORKS

  1. Apply for the program here.

  2. Schedule a 1 hour virtual interview.

  3. Book your Workshop!

WHAT DOES IT COST?:

  • RENO AREA: $2000

  • VEGAS OR CALIFORNIA: $2500(minimum, travel costs may affect total)

  • EVERYWHERE ELSE: $3000 (minimum, travel costs may affect total)

 

Payment Schedule as follows:

  1. Initial interview via zoom: $100 deposit.

  2. 1 week prior to session: $1000

  3. Day of session: Balance

 

*Credit cards are accepted. %3.5 transaction fee added to invoice*

Morning, Afternoon, and Evening appointments available.

~What clients have said: Excerpts from testimonials~

"My experience with Rachael truly changed my life. I felt completely safe with Rachael. She was extremely giving and really cared about me and my issues. Rachael has my highest possible endorsement. She genuinely wants to help her clients."

"My wife and I spent thousands of dollars on five different marriage counselors, and even saw a licensed sex therapist. None of that really helped. A service like Rachael now provides might have saved our marriage, and saved us both a lot of emotional pain ." 

"I was so damaged, that I was unable to get any sort of pleasure myself from having sex.  I was not confident in my ability to approach a woman, even just to talk. I didn’t know that I craved intimate contact more than anything, just snuggling, just holding someone was even more important than having sex..."

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