I am an aspiring psychologist focused on helping people overcome and recover from trauma. I am very interested in human closeness and making sure you know you are not alone in this world. The healing power of feeling support and kindness from another human being is unparalleled and I aspire to create a judgement and expectation free space where you are encouraged to be true to yourself and ask for whatever it is YOU want or need.
In a my perfect world, we would greet and treat friends, family, and strangers as equals, embracing and honoring their individuality, beliefs, and personal journey. In that world, intentional touch would be commonplace, and accepted as a normal condition of our existence.
Professional Cuddler since 2016, lifelong cuddle enthusiast!
Cuddling is a radical act of self-love. When we choose to nurture our bodies and feed our hearts through intentional touch, we challenge the notion that our bodies are bad or that our desires aren't valid. I offer warm intimate touch in a safe container of consent & body-positivity.
Allow me to hold space for you as you experience the power of non-sexual touch. * Please read through entire profile for more information.
I am a passionate, kind hearted individual, and a very snuggly and touch oriented person. I am extremely committed to being authentic, and creating a safe space for anyone I encounter to give themselves the gift of being open. I often receive the feedback that my hugs are healing and that people never want the hug to end.
Minnesota's first Cuddlist and Associate Trainer.
I invite you to my sanctuary, where you can rest in relaxation while receiving and offering the kinds of touch that feed you. You will find unconditional love and acceptance there as well as a healthy dose of nurturing touch and platonic intimacy.
My next visit to San Francisco will be at the end of November through the first week in December. Book now.
I treat everyone by remembering that we all were vulnerable kids who needed touch, who wanted to feel safe, and who wanted to be held and comforted. Now as adults, we have gone through many changes, fears, and painful experiences. Because of everything that has happened in our life, we need more touch than ever. To stay mentally healthy, to stay emotionally alive, we need to receive therapeutic comforting touch. Touch is medicine that can heal your mind, body, and soul.