Most people don’t realize that their masturbation habits condition their bodies for either abundant or low levels of pleasure and sexual satisfaction. When we masturbate, we’re actively wiring our bodies and nervous systems. This wiring in turn determines how we experience and how much we enjoy erotic touch – our own and our partner’s.

The notion of neuroplasticity means that your repeated behaviours affect and change your body and brain. And this applies in every area of life, including sex. When you fall into a routine and always touch yourself in the same way, you’re wiring your body to respond to a particular kind of touch and stimulation. And this is significant because without meaning to, we’re able to seriously limit our ability to respond to sensual or sexual touch.

So I want you to ask yourself this question: Do you still touch yourself the same way you did 10 years ago?

If you do, you’re not alone! But it is time to shake things up so in today’s video, I’m going to show you 5 unusual ways to masturbate.

 

PS. If masturbation coaching sounds appealing to you, get in touch with me to arrange a booking. I have supported thousands of people in improving their sexual satisfaction by helping them change their self-pleasuring habits!

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