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Love, sex and birth

Love, sex and communication with your partner

Building trust and teamwork for families to thrive

Strengthen your personal and partner relationship by exploring your connection, communication and intimacy needs. Plan ahead for being your best team for birth and life with your baby. Talk about expectations and assuptions. Prepare to deal with conflict well and shine light where you want your relationship to grow.   

Thanks so much for our coaching session last night. We had SO many meaningful take aways and we look forward to evolving together in our relationship as a couple, a family and individually. See you again in the coming months.
Sarah and Rob

Together we explore how to:

• Increase your self awareness, self compassion.
• Improve your communication skills for respectful relating and honest sharing.
• Express your needs, desires and limits consensually
• Understand each other’s love languages and how to give and receive that love.
• Be curious about your evolving intimacy and sexual needs.
• Improve health and wellness in both body and mind for pleasure, joy and peace.
• Work through conflict and stuckness you may have in relationships
• Create safety, security and ongoing support in relationships.

Your pregnancy time is a perfect opportunity to build more trust and team work for your baby’s birthday and beyond.


Listen to the Sex and Intimacy During and After Pregnancy podcast with guest speaker Erika Munton.  Rog, from Curious Creatures, interviews Erika Munton about navigating our often fickle sex lives while preparing for and dealing with a new child on the scene.


What do you want to feel more of today?

Having know Erika for many years as a colleague and as my Doula, there was no hesitation in asking her to assist my husband and I with some relationship coaching. Erika’s warmth and understanding created a place within our own home where we could be vulnerable and also reconnect with each other emotionally and physically. Thanks Erika for you nurturing guidance and relationship tune up. XX
Nicole McAuliffe

For some couples this may be a way to boost what’s already working well for the most part.  For others this process may be the start of a radical relationship renovation.  It’s one step at a time, building on the skills you already have.

Other great reasons to say YES, YES, YES:

• It develops better birthing and parenting skills

• Trust and teamwork with your partner is practiced and refined for labour support. 

• A strong partner connection reduces stress and conflict.

• Self awareness and self observation means you can be in control of making personal changes that help you feel safe.

• Feel more pleasure and energy in your relationships.

• It develops skills that help you relate to other people more authentically.

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