Discover the potential of your pleasure
Perhaps you have noticed a decline in your sexual desire, an emotional distance or even a loss of romantic feelings in your relationship.
You might have performance anxiety, worry about not being good enough, disappointing your partner, or not meeting their expectations.
You may feel vulnerable and exposed, fearing being judged or rejected for what you want or the limits of what you can give.
Gender identity or sexual orientation can also be a tricky topic to talk about, and you need to talk about it in a caring safe space where you can be yourself and freely explore your sexuality without fear of judgment or prejudice .
If these situations sound familiar to you, it is essential to know that you are not alone.
Dare to open the doors of understanding and pleasure with sexology at Le Divan bleu!
What is sexology?
It is an intimate journey towards understanding yourself and your intimate life, whether you are single or in a relationship, regardless of your sexual orientation, sex, gender, religion or cultural background.
Sexology offers you a safe atmosphere where you can reconnect with your body, your emotions and your aspirations.
Take a moment to realize how courageous you are! By choosing to take the step towards a fulfilling intimate life, you are showing incredible determination. You deserve to explore your sexuality and discover the pleasure that is unique to you, without compromise.
Dare to be yourself, because that’s where the key to intimate happiness lies. Free yourself from the chains that may have held you back, from your limiting thoughts, and dare to fully embrace your sexuality.
You deserve a sexual and emotional life that will thrill you.
People commonly consult a sexologist for these issues
Decrease in sex drive
Having suffered sexual violence
Compulsive sexual behavior
Sexual performance anxiety or fear of intimacy
Genito-pelvic pain/penetration dysfunction
Loss of romantic feelings
Intimacy and pregnancy, infertility, miscarriage
Sexual identity or orientation
Sexual repercussions of STBBIs