Sessions can include giving and receiving hugs, spooning, snuggling, relaxation, holding hands, hair play, kindness, caresses and conversation. We practice authentic communication, consent and healthy boundaries.
Never. Cuddling is strictly non-sexual and nudity is prohibited.
It's OK to feel aroused but never OK to act on arousal or do anything that encourages your own arousal in the cuddle space.
Cuddle Therapy can help with loneliness, depression, touch starvation, dementia, trauma and more. Cuddling increases Oxytocin, otherwise known as the “bonding hormone.” This chemical reaction has been known to reduce stress, anxiety and lower blood pressure leading to a decreased risk of heart disease.
The rules keep us safe and create an environment where we can relax deeply and allow healing.
Always! I encourage clear open communication during a cuddling session. This is a great opportunity to learn more about setting and practicing appropriate boundaries. Ask for what you want, say yes when you mean yes and no when you mean no.
Emotions are welcome. Human touch is healing and can bring up feelings. Tears, sobbing, laughter and joy are all welcome. Don’t fight it, feel it. When you allow yourself to feel feelings, they eventually pass. I’m here to hold that space for you. This is an opportunity for you to experience healing, nurturing and comfort.
Yes, you’re free to talk during a session or enjoy your session in silence. Sometimes being quiet is really helpful in getting down into a deeply relaxed state.
Yes. Cuddling is intimate and close. You should shower and brush your teeth within 12 hours of your session and refrain from wearing any strong scents.
Wear comfortable clothes - comfy pyjamas, sweat pants or shorts and a t-shirt.
Mostly. People of any age, gender and identification are welcome. However, it’s important that the Cuddler and Cuddlee are comfortable with one another. We'll connect over the phone to chat and make sure we're a fit before our first session.
Your privacy is always respected.