“A consenting, confident, satisfying sex life, in the absence guilt and shame.”
Sexual Freedom is...
“The ability to choose to have a consenting, confident, satisfying sex life, in the absence of sexual dysfunction, guilt and shame.”
Welcome to a space of learning, growing, and celebrating the myriad expressions of sexuality and pleasure. I’m thrilled to have you here, and I can’t wait to join you on your journey to sexual freedom. With over twenty years of experience, I’m here to provide the sex education you should have had, creating a safe and enlightening space for exploring the facets of sexual pleasure and wellness.
I'm an award-winning hypnotherapist, sex educator, and best-selling author, committed to demystifying the complexities of human sexuality. My work is an amalgamation of extensive research, real-life experiences, and thousands of clinical hours, designed to bring forth transformative and liberating narratives around sexual pleasure.
I passionately believe that sexual freedom is different for everyone. It's the ability to choose to have a satisfying sex life, whatever that means for each individual, in the absence of sexual dysfunction, guilt, and shame. My approach centres around the idea that the mind is the most powerful sexual organ—it's the source of our greatest sexual experiences but, if unattended, can also be the biggest cause of sexual dysfunction.
Your journey towards sexual freedom starts with understanding, embracing, and celebrating your individuality. Here, we acknowledge and respect the diverse ways people identify and express themselves. Everyone’s endpoint is different, and I am here to guide you in finding your unique path to sexual satisfaction, encompassing your individual circumstances, beliefs, religions, and lifestyles.
I am a staunch advocate for inclusive and comprehensive sexual education and a firm believer in the power of the mind to both unlock and hinder our sexual potential. Whether you’re looking to explore new horizons, overcome challenges, or simply gain a deeper understanding of yourself, you’ve come to the right place.
I invite you to explore the resources, insights, and stories shared on this platform, each one crafted with the intention to empower, educate, and inspire. Let’s embark on this journey together towards embracing sexual freedom and discovering the myriad ways it can manifest in our lives.
Sex and sexuality weave into the very fabric of our adult human identity, integral to who we are, whether we are actively engaging in sexual activities or not. It's a vital component of our relationships, yet, paradoxically, can also manifest as one of the most challenging elements. As we navigate the myriad stages of life, our sexual attitudes, desires, responses, interests, and needs inherently evolve and shift. A plethora of factors shape our sexual responses and behaviours, influencing how we perceive ourselves as sexual beings—this perception can be a powerful, positive force in our lives, or conversely, it can act as a barrier, restricting individuals in areas seemingly unrelated to sex.
Despite its ubiquity, sex remains shrouded in taboo, often accompanied by a cacophony of misinformation, shame, and guilt. Society perpetuates conflicting narratives about sex—what is deemed "normal," the nature of sex one "should" be having, the accompanying emotions, the frequency, and the methodology. The global media perpetuates a narrow definition of attractiveness, dictating how one should appear, dress, and define sexiness, insinuating a sense of inadequacy for those who diverge from this mould. Mainstream media romanticises sex—depicting seamless, mishap-free encounters culminating in simultaneous orgasms, while pornography often presents a contrasting narrative—void of connection, foreplay, and predominantly focused on penetration.
However, the essence of fulfilling sex transcends penetration and orgasms. It's anchored in the ability to relinquish control, to revel in the presence of another, and to grant ourselves the permission to be appreciated. Fulfilling sexual experiences stem from self-assurance, a clear understanding of our desires, effective communication, and the freedom to explore our sexual preferences without the burden of guilt or shame. To cultivate sexual confidence, we must embrace our uniqueness, acknowledging that sexual proficiency is an acquired skill, continually refined as we age, as our relationships transform, and as our circumstances evolve. While sex has the potential to be one of the most enriching experiences of our lives, it is inherently complex, occasionally messy, and can be a source of anxiety, which, in turn, can diminish our desire and ability to engage in sexual activities altogether.
In this space, we delve into the multifaceted nature of sex and sexuality, exploring and dismantling the barriers that hinder our sexual freedom. Together, let's journey towards understanding, acceptance, and the joyous exploration of our sexual selves.
Sex and the myriad of feelings it evokes serve as a profound lens through which we examine our relationships, both with ourselves and others. Every facet of our lives intricately intertwines with how we function sexually. Our lifestyle choices, past encounters, upbringing, beliefs, self-esteem, and myriad other factors shape our libidos, bodily responses, and the level of enjoyment and satisfaction derived from sexual activities. The Sexual Freedom Hypnosis Programme by Kaz Riley is meticulously crafted to embrace the entirety of an individual, their distinctive circumstances, ensuring the therapy is as unique as they are.
So, what techniques does Kaz utilize?
With a wealth of experience spanning over 30,000 clinical hours, Kaz integrates hundreds of varied techniques within her hypnotic practice, tailoring the content of the therapy to meet each client’s distinct needs.
Every therapeutic journey commences with a candid and comprehensive conversation, enabling Kaz to grasp the nuances of the challenges you face and gather the essential information to formulate a treatment plan tailored just for you. It is vital to understand your aspirations from therapy and your definition of fulfilling sex. This dialogue also serves as a stepping stone to alleviate any discomfort you may experience discussing sex. The conversation unfolds in familiar terms within a judgement-free, secure space, encouraging you to share your narrative and set forth on your path to progress.
For most, therapy incorporates six pivotal components:
This will vary from person to person, but it is usually between 3 to 12 sessions, which is considerably less than traditional talking sex therapy. Sessions are usually 2 weeks apart.
As attitudes towards sex have evolved and accepted norms have changed, much sex therapy has remained stuck in the past. Much of the sex therapy available today is still based on limited studies from the 1960’s, it focuses on the mechanical aspects of sex (penetration), uses outdated models of sexual arousal, defines a good sexual outcome as orgasm (most people can do this completely alone) and is based on talking with a therapist and homework tasks that can become mechanical in themselves. The outcome for many people undergoing this type of therapy is…
They have a better understanding of how they ended up with a sexual issue, but they still have it. Consciously they can reason out why they shouldn’t feel guilt, shame, pain etc, yet when it comes to the crunch and they find themselves in a consensual sexual situation, all that understanding doesn’t help them….. the anxiety returns.
Hypnosis works at a MUCH deeper level and it works at several levels…
1. Treatment with Hypnosis is an unconscious process that can address guilt and shame at the core.
2. Hypnosis can create new patterns of behaviour and new responses.
3. Hypnosis can create a strong mind body connection and give sexual control back to a person.
4. Hypnosis can help people lay down the foundations for positive and fulfilling sexual experiences.
5. Hypnosis can help people feel comfortable with themselves and to have permission to receive pleasure.
6. Hypnosis helps people to communicate with themselves, so they can communicate their needs, wants and desires with others.
"Where the mind goes the body follows,” Riley says.
“A hypnotist can help rewire the subconscious to stop those thought patterns from interfering with pleasure in the future by reframing them in the mind,” Riley says. Powerful stuff!
Please visit my training website for dates for worldwide live sexual freedom hypnosis training. www.sexualfreedomhypnosis.org
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