about me
 

I believe passionately in sexuality and creativity as our birthright and to support people to feel more empowered and alive lies at the core of all my work.


The journey ‘Back to Sex’- facing fears and exploring new ways of being and relating- takes courage and can make us feel quite vulnerable at times. I know this well from my own story and journey back to sex after long periods when I felt dis-connected from pleasure, my body and my sexuality. I also feel that it’s a journey so worthwhile! To reclaim pleasure and the joy of my sexuality has been the most transformational experience of my life- and it would be my pleasure and honour to support you on your unique journey.


Over the years I have gathered many tools  I believe can offer you gentle and powerful ways to move beyond stuckness, shame, guilt and other obstacles, help you  connect with your erotic life and get to know yourself (again ) as the gorgeous erotic, sexual being you are.


I believe humour, creativity , permission and flexibility are essential ingredients on this journey and I love bringing myself and my life experience, as well as a broad variety of  tools to this work: I am a somatic sex educator and sexological bodyworker, creativity and sex-coach, author, art therapist, breathworker, firewalk instructor & shamanic practitioner.


I have many years experience as a therapist (including nine years in the NHS) as well as offering one to one coaching sessions and leading groups for personal development, creativity & empowerment.

I am also a graduate of Barbara Carrellas’s Urban Tantra® professional training course and have worked with various international practitioners of sacred sexuality, tantra, conscious kink and somatic sex education on my personal journey  ‘Back to Sex’.

I very much look forward to hearing from you and supporting you on your journey!


You can contact me on evaweaver@talk21.com or call 07757747027

See also my website : www.evaweaver.com

  ‘The more whole we are as sexual beings,

the more fulfilled we are as human beings.’ Amy Jo Goddard

photo: Gerald von Foris