Interest Check List

                                                                       Experience                        Willingness
                                                                       Yes/No                             NO or 0-5

Age play
Anal sex
Anal plugs
Being bitten
Bondage/Restraints (light)
Bondage/Restraints (heavy)
Breast Play
Cuffs (leather/nylon)
Dirty Talk during sex
Dom/sub Role Play
Double penetration
Dressing for your partner
Golden showers
Hair pulling
Hand jobs (giving)
Hand jobs (receiving)
Head (giving fellatio)
Head (receiving fellatio)
Hot oils
Hot waxing
Ice cubes
Including others (3somes etc.)
Masturbation (alone/shared)
Modeling for erotic photos
Nipple clamps
Nudity (private)
Nudity (around others)
Oral sex (Male/Female)
Oral/anal play (rimming)
Over-the-knee spanking
Orgasm denial
Orgasm control
Outdoor sex
Phone sex
Public exposure
Riding crops
Role Play
Sensory deprivation
Sexual deprivation (short term)
Sexual deprivation (long term)
Shaving (body hair)
Swapping (with one other couple)
Swinging (multiple couples)
Tens Unit
Vaginal dildo
Voyeurism (watching others)
Video (watching others)
Video (recordings of you)

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Holistic Sexuality

Our coaching staff promotes a holistic and spiritual approach to sex
and sensuality. We believe that sex is not merely an event or a task to be done as a matter
of course. The bonding it presents, in its truest form, is the essence of a lasting

Sexual needs are a major part of our basic essentials package and can not be ignored or merely accepted as is.
Settling for whatever is offered usually warrants a discontented mate and cheating.
Neither of those results is an acceptable alternative to designing a lasting plan and
getting what you really want.

We offer expert coaching for singles and couples who may be experiencing
difficulties in this area of their relationships, as well as those who would like to spice up
there sex life.

Sex Check List

Below is a list of sexual activities that is meant to provoke open discussion, negotiation and compromise. It is designed
to incite conversation and discussion about your truest sexual desires. This questionnaire should be filled out by both
partners and shared for open discussion.. This will provide a quick head-start to identifying limits, negotiating
and finding common ground for your sexual experiences. Check out our class list and register today!

For each item, you need to provide two answers:
First write YES or NO next to each item to indicate if you have ever DONE that activity.  Mark N/A if it does not
apply to your gender. Next, indicate for each item how you FEEL about that activity by rating it on a scale
of NO or 0 to 5.

NO means you will NOT do that item under any circumstances (a hard limit).
0 (zero) indicates you have utterly no desire to do that activity and don't like doing it (in fact, may
loath it) and would ordinarily object to doing it, but you would be willing to do it to please your
partner if it they really wanted it. (sometimes called a "soft limit").
1 means you don't want to do or like to do this activity, but wouldn't object if it was asked of you.
2 means you are willing to do this activity, but it has no special appeal for you.
3 means you usually like doing this activity, at least on an irregular/occasional basis.
4 means you like doing this activity, and would like to experience it on a regular basis.
5 means the activity is a wild turn-on for you, and you would like it as often as possible.

Add any additional information which might be important for your partner to know. Add things that please you or that
you would like to experience that are not on this list. There is intentionally some overlap between categories.
Please note whether the activity listed is one you enjoy doing to your partner, enjoy having done to you or both.

**Please note that pushing hard limits can be a positive for all.  It is important, however, to discuss this with your
partner before you do it and approach it subtly and with caution.  In all of your sexual experiences there should be
a standard of excellence that is maintained and always remain safe and consensual