Session Rate: $80/hr plus travel
About Emily Laura
Physical contact with other people is something every human needs, at every age and stage of life. We were made for this. But some of us have not had any touch in a long time. Or all the touch we get is the needy touch of small children. Or maybe touch hasn’t always been safe for us and we struggle to engage in it at all. Whatever your situation is, the fact that you are here means you are brave enough to seek out something you need.
I have come to understand the great need we all have for touch, and particularly touch that is respectful of both the desires and the comfort of both people involved. In my Cuddlist practice, I offer a safe space for you to engage in platonic human contact, in a context of consent and building trust. My goal is that with me you feel respected, encouraged, and comfortable. And beyond our time together, I want you to feel better equipped to engage in the kind of contact you want and need, while respecting everyone you come into contact with. I would love the opportunity to share a little time and space with you.
Session information from Emily Laura
Once you submit a request, I will respond within 24 hours using your preferred method of communication. We will schedule an initial conversation to see if the touch therapy I offer is best for you. Assuming we’re ready to move forward with a session, we will schedule an appointment. When You Arrive I’ll have you sign a physical copy of our Code of Conduct, you can get some water, I’ll show you around the space, and if you like, I can play your choice of music in the background. The rest of the session will be largely up to you and your comfort!
I can host sessions at my home, or if needed I can come to your home if you are within 30 miles of the 44224 area code. In my home, I conduct sessions on my couch and/or on blankets and pillows on the floor. I do have pets in the house – a small dog and two cats. I will run an air purifier during our session and for the time being, you and I will both wear masks and wash or sanitize our hands before and after. Parking is on the street or in the driveway.