This is the Sexology Podcast. Today I will be speaking with Dr. Steve Bodansky. In this episode, Dr. Bodansky talks about the concept of extended massive orgasm, the barriers for women around enjoying sexual intercourse and keeping the sexual spark alive when in a long-term relationship.
For the past 22 years Dr. Bodansky and his wife have been coaching students as a couple and started writing books about optimum sensual pleasure. They have trained many people over the past 30 years with courses and personal training and continue to do so. A number of their former students have become sensual facilitators themselves.
Today we will talk about how to achieve massive extended orgasm and how to really in tune into your body. We’ll also go into topics related to how you can be a better lover. For all things related to sexual pleasure and orgasm, check out this episode of the Sexology Podcast.
- All females are clitoral based
- Difference between extended massive orgasm and regular orgasm
- Importance of relaxation
- How to lengthen the time of a female orgasm
- Achievability of extended massive orgasm
- Knowing your own body
- Training your partners to be better lovers
- Having a whole body orgasm
- Barriers that cause trouble achieving orgasm
- Turn on is a natural state
- Be deliberate about making time for pleasure
- Power of acknowledging the pleasure
- Resistance and surrender
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. She has assisted individuals with sexual and relationship issues, as well as helped couples extend orgasm and sexual pleasure. Dr. Moali conducts confidential consultation sessions in two offices, her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices, or via a secure video-counseling platform online.
About Dr. Steve Bodansky
Steve Bodansky and his wife have been teachers of Sensuality for 35 years. After meeting in 1980, they got married in 1983. Steve received a Masters in Molecular Biology at SUNY at Albany in 1979. Later he received a Doctorate at More University in Sensuality in 1992 with an emphasis on female orgasm. Steve was certified to do these demonstrations which led him and his wife to develop another orgasm school in 1992 called The Welcomed Consensus.
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