Meet Pavini

If you’re struggling with sex and intimacy…

Meet Pavini Moray, M.EdSexological Bodyworker Pavini Moray

I work with women, queer folks, trans and genderqueer folks, and couples who are seeking a deeper relationship with their bodies and their sexuality. I use Somatic Sex Therapy and Sexological Bodywork in person in the San Francisco Bay Area. I also offer Somatic Sex Therapy and sex coaching by phone and Skype to clients worldwide.

The most important thing you should know about my work is that it is sourced from my own lived experience. After many years of quiet suffering, I now have a thriving sexuality.  I am a survivor of sexual trauma, and this healing has radically transformed my life.  I’m in a committed, conscious queer life partnership, and I know the skills necessary to create intimate, long-lasting relationships. ​

My journey of reclaiming my erotic self and creating the sex life that I want means that I hold my clients with infinite compassion for all of the stuck places, traumas, and shame that lead them to me. I dedicate most of my life work to serving queer, fat, trans and gender fabulous clients so that they may deepen their experience as erotic and sexual beings. I am in deep service to pleasure and freedom.

Currently, I am pursuing my Doctorate in Somatic Psychology. I hold an M.Ed in Montessori Education from Endicott College. I am certified through the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco as a Sexological Bodyworker. I hold a Sex Educator Certificate from San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI.) I maintain professional membership in the Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers (ACSB) and I adhere to Sexological Bodyworker’s Professional Code of Ethics. I am a professional member of AASECT. I am pursuing a three-year certificate in Somatic Experiencing trauma healing. I also hold a Certificate in Educational Therapy, from UC Berkeley, and studied Conflict Resolution at Sonoma State University.

 

Pavini offers a free 30 minute initial consultation. 

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