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Let’s discover  what a wet life means for you

Do you feel dry? Disconnected from yourself and your sensuality or pleasure, and even your sense of fun?

It’s a little known fact but our sexual energy is for far more than sex.

Our sexual energy can fuel everything.

So can our sense of fun and pleasure.

All too often, we neglect these parts of us, or bury them. We get caught up in survival, doing, working hard, and we lose touch with this essential joy and pleasure in being in our bodies on a daily basis.

Your sexuality and sensuality is connected with everything else in your life, relationships and dating, intuition, your self-esteem, health, energy, confidence and enjoyment of life.

When you work with me to have a “wet” life we talk about sex and sensuality and not only that. We talk about pleasure, fun, sexuality and sensuality and how your ability to fuel your life with pleasure builds your self-worth.

I also teach you how to tap into your reserves of power through pleasure and your body, to speak what’s true for you, and how these lessons affect everything, from your career to your relationships.

It’s all connected

We’ll talk about your past, present and future.

You may be surprised to discover how connected this part of your life is to your confidence in every other arena. We’ll talk about other key areas–whatever is most relevant for you.

When you work with me you get a dedicated space with the support of a skilled guide to:

  • Find your unique expressions of being sensual and sexual as a woman whether you are single or couple in ways that are honest, transparent, and full of self-care
  • Develop key discernment skills to take care of yourself and your boundaries in dating, relationships, and sex so you’re not silent or settling
  • Revive parts of you that feel buried or lost
  • Shed societal conditioning about sexuality single or in a relationship so you feel free
  • Find ways of being sensual and enjoying pleasure that feel good to you
  • Navigate the confusing terrain of modern dating
  • Embrace your body and choices without guilt, shame or self-doubt
  • Own your unique beauty
  • Let go of fear of bliss and sensuality

What is “wet”?

To better understand what I mean by “wet” listen to this podcast where I talk about my own wet journey. Wet is also the working title of my memoir in progress, and here I talk about the book.

 

About me

You want to feel comfortable with the person you choose to talk about such intimate topics, so let me tell you about me.

I grew up in New England in a quite repressed suburban  town that was ruled as much by Catholicism as it was by Puritanism. I certainly did not feel comfortable talking about sex with my parents or anywhere at all in Cranston–I was quite the “good girl” in high school.

In college, I started to explore sexuality and expand, by trial and error. There is a huge coming of age for women to learn how to have sex that really works for us and my journey began early in college because as soon as I got out of New England and made it to New York City I realized sexuality was a major interest.  When I transferred to Barnard College, the women’s college of Columbia University, I started to fully explore sexuality by always looking at sex from new angles. I even wrote my college thesis on bisexual bohemians in Post-WWI Greenwich Village.

Since those college days, I’ve made the exploration of female sexuality a focus in my life–I’ve always been looking for the “more” for women.  I always believed there must be more than what we see in magazines and certainly more than what we see represented in porn and that we have a habit of measuring the female experience of sexuality using a male model.

I’ve studied everything from Tantra to Taoist sexuality to tango. I’m at work on a memoir now called Wet that is the story of my own journey of healing from trauma through sensuality and sexuality.

I combine everything I know as a professional life coach with my extensive training in female sexuality to help other women like you step forward to define what wet means for you. I welcome hearing from you and working with you to help you find your wet. I will be a supportive guide you can trust to make you feel comfortable and work with you gently at your own pace.

How it works

I generally talk to my clients via bimonthly, sometimes we talk weekly if you are going through an intense tradition such as a divorce or a move.

You can do this work from the comfort of your own home. We’ll talk via Skype or phone.

After every session we will co-create your playwork, a way for your to further the insights and make them real in your own life. These will always be carefully chosen so you are stretching out of your comfort zone but not so much that it’s too much. The growth that happens is a result of the playwork we create together as much as my reflection back to you in our sessions.

We’ll be talking but you’ll be doing and having advetures. I encourage you come on a Tango Adventure too in Buenos Aires if you can make it so you can learn about pussywalking and other wet topics in person!

 

Here’s what some clients have shared about working with me:

“”’I’ve worked with a coach for 10 years—working with Sasha has taken coaching to a new level. Aside from the fact that Sasha is the first woman to ask me to listen to my pussy — as well as my mind, heart and gut—Sasha has a unique style of coaching. She assigns “playwork” which she reads thoroughly before and after sessions, which makes sessions less of a “catch-up” and more of a “dig in.” Sasha isn’t a “yes person”— she challenges you, keeps you on track, always in a compassionate and collaborative way.”–Carrie, Asheville, NC

“I was coming out of a long marriage with an incompatible partner when I started Wet coaching. I had a typical English reserved feeling toward sexuality; everything is very unspoken. I had the feeling sexuality had the potential to impact all areas of my life, including my self-esteem, but I wasn’t sure how.

Within my circle of friends I didn’t have people I could talk to.

Sasha brings structure and checked in with me a lot about what was most important to discuss. I think Sasha has an ability to tune into people and help them understand themselves.Through working with Sasha, I learned how good sex made me feel about my body and myself. The top thing I learned by working with Sasha is to value sex. I’m having the best sex of my life.”–Jeannette, 46, UK

“I’ve had vaginismus (painful sex) for a few years. I tried working through it on my own with a step-by-step self-help guide, and with doctors, but hit a block. Avoiding sex with my partner of seven years became a habit. I was feeling like something was wrong; my libido was gone.

Quite quickly Sasha made me feel comfortable. Working with Sasha on my sexuality and sensuality, and my vaginismus, has been enlightening, interesting, fun, emotional, useful, exciting, therapeutic.

My partner and I are having the best sex of our 7-year relationship. I am experiencing pleasure that I didn’t know was possible. I wouldn’t have come this far without working with Sasha.“–Laura, 28, Canada

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