What is your Sexability?
For all people who want to heighten their sensuality and intimacy....Ultimately, the real sensual experience is the emotional connection and intimate bonding that you create with each other.
As a Sex Educator, Life Coach, and Speaker Marylou Naccarato draws from her formal education and life experiences as a person of short stature. Standing at a statuesque 3’11” she developed a “High10 Your Life” approach to managing life’s magical, yet often unpredictable journey.
Marylou conducts explicit educational and entertaining sex and relationship workshops, for all people who want to heighten their sensuality and intimacy. She shares creative techniques, sex positions, and a variety of adult toys that are suited to your range of mobility.
She holds private and group sessions for teens, adult individuals and/or couples. One of her goals is to bring forth issues regarding sensuality and intimacy for people with short stature and those living with other generalized disabilities.
She personally believes that everyone is disabled or “differently-abled” in one way or another. “It’s all a matter of degree, and whether your condition is internally or externally noticeable” she states. If you are living with high blood pressure, diabetes, or even if a few pounds overweight, there is a possibility that your sex life will be affected. Medical technology today affords us the benefit of living longer and healthier lives.
Many live with the survival scars of an accident or injury, cancer, heart attack, stroke, or other health conditions. Normal progression of aging, medication, recovering from a surgery, declining physical stamina, stress, and your overall mental health are all conditions that can limit the quality of your everyday SEX life unless you/and or your partner make a conscious decision to raise your level of “Sexability.”
Marylou emphasizes that you can have a very passionate and erotic experience without intercourse or orgasm either alone or with your partner. Remove the performance anxiety quotient and allow yourself the opportunity to dialogue and explore with your partner about what is pleasurable. Ultimately, the real sensual experience is the emotional connection and intimate bonding that you create with each other.
Sex Educator/Life Coach