Let Go of Shame, Fear, & Unsatisfying Sex and Reawaken to Pleasure…
You are invited to a FREE Class with Lorraine Faehndrich, Women’s Health and Pelvic Pain Relief Coach
3 Secrets to Embracing Your Sensual, Confident Self
Even if you’re in pain, even if you haven’t enjoyed intimacy in years (or ever!). Even if you’re tired, anxious, or going through menopause.
What women are saying….
“I can feel pleasure in my body so much more easily than before.”
“…the connection and exploration of my sexuality brought me to want to deepen other aspects of myself and my life.”
“I loved learning concrete tools I can use and having a safe place to talk about this.”
Sensual pleasure is THE key to boosting your energy, reigniting your spark, easing your pain, and coming ALIVE again.
Hi, I’m Lorraine Faehndrich, Women’s Health and Pain Relief Coach and the creator of the mind body programs Healing Female Pain and Reclaim Your Sexual Self.
In addition to reclaiming a healthy positive relationship with my own body in my 40s, including healing persistent yeast infections, pain during sex, vulvodynia, shame and trauma; over the past 13+ years I have helped thousands of women all over the world relieve pelvic pain, anxiety, shame, pain and discomfort during sex…and go on to rediscover pleasure, reclaim their sensual essence and feel at home and alive inside their own body again (or for the first time).
…I believe that all of this is possible for you too, and I would love to help!
Women just like you are using this process to:
Let go of fear, anxiety and numbness around intimacy, intercourse or self-pleasure
Heal from chronic or recurring pelvic health issues (pain during sex, vulvodynia, yeast infections, UTIs, etc.)
Enjoy sex again or for the first time
Reignite desire and passion
Heal from sexual trauma, shame, negative experiences or negative conditioning around their sexuality
Gain clarity around how to experience more pleasure and fuller orgasms.
“The tools were insightful and all the exercises were gentle and helped me transform my view of my relationship with my sexuality and become more comfortable with it in a way I haven’t been before.”