Author: Darren J Smith
Time: 12 minutes
Guiding you through techniques for a light and gentle hand massage, sit back and relax. Your hands convey so much; they express how you’re feeling when you talk, how you hold them when you’re thinking and how you communicate through touch. Let your hand melt. That fleeting touch of a finger stroking your palm can send shivers down your spine.
This Intimacy Exercise is great for
- If you feel a bit nervous about touching each other again
- Showing affection through the little things that you do
- Doing something relaxing together
- Giving and receiving touch
What is an Episode?
Each uniquely crafted intimate audio adventure takes you and your partner on a journey of exploration. Simply press play, follow-along together, and let the intimacy exercise nurture your relationship.
Kate Moyle, The Thought House
“We use our hands to express in so many ways. Holding hands in public shows closeness, gesticulating when we talk indicates passion and often one of the first places we touch when connecting is with our hands, so be mindful of each other, and get lost in the moment of connection. Tune out of everything around you and onto your partner.”
“Sometimes, after many years of being in the same relationship, you tend to gravitate to the ‘tried and true.’ Pillow reminds you that there are still new things to experience with your partner. It brings you back to dating again.”
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