I believe that every mother can be an awesome mom, a sexy turned-on woman, and have the satisfying relationship of her dreams – all at the same time
Yet for so many women, sex, sensuality and the spark in her relationship fade away once kids come into the picture. Our fun and flirtatious sparkle become a distant memory as we “excel” at motherhood. The once burning heat in our relationship cools, as spontaneity makes way for routine “Saturday night sex.” We wonder where the interesting, fun, sexy woman we used to be has disappeared to?
I say… it doesn’t have to be that way!
I’m here to help you create an experience of motherhood that is rich with confidence, self- love and acceptance, and a wild, unabashed bravery to discover your sexiest self. I’m here to help you create the kind of relationship that you deserve to have with your spouse – one that’s full of passionate and pleasurable sex, inspiring intimacy, and the kinds of experiences and communication that bring you closer together.
I believe that you deserve to feel…
DESIRED & APPRECIATED
SEXY & SATISFIED
FULFILLED & CONNECTED
CONFIDENT & PASSIONATE ABOUT YOURSELF
Motherhood is hard work, but it is also the most expansive, amazing, fulfilling experience. In fact, Motherhood gives us MORE MOJO – we just have to fire it up.
And that’s where I come in…
For the past 10 years, as the founder of Booty Parlor, I’ve dedicated my life to helping women feel sexy, confident, and have more satisfying experiences with themselves and their partners. I’ve talked with thousands of women, specifically and explicitly about their sensuality, self-esteem, love lives, relationships, and the hang ups that have prevented them from having the fabulous sex life and satisfaction they want and deserve. I’ve held hundreds of private sexy lifestyle workshops with housewives, working women, A-List celebrity moms, and everyone in between.
As well, I’ve shared my sexy lifestyle advice on Good Morning America, The Wendy Williams Show, Access Hollywood Live and in countless women’s magazines- and published my first book “The Official Booty Parlor Mojo Makeover: Four Weeks to a Sexier You” with HarperCollins.
All the while, I’ve dedicated myself to creating and nurturing a communicative, turned on, sexy marriage.
However, it wasn’t until I had my own children (now, aged 4 and 1) that I fully understood the unique challenges that mothers face.
Overnight, my libido and my “me time” disappeared, my body had changed, and with it, my sexy confidence was shaken.
I was straight-up exhausted and struggling to balance the roles of mother, career woman, wife, and individual! I felt like I was having an identity crisis.
I was madly in love with my baby, but I began to feel disconnected from my husband. We were so focused on parenting that we let romance and fun take a backseat. For me, this experience was a rude awakening!
Mothers are the most important people on earth, yet too many of us feel overwhelmed, tired, resigned to a flatlined relationship, and like our sexiest years are behind us.
I wasn’t going to stand for it. I took action and dove back into the activities and practices from my book and workshops. However, this time, I focused on creating solutions to the unique challenges I was experiencing within motherhood and parenting!
I worked hard to rediscover my sexy self-confidence, reconnect with my post-baby body, and reignite the spark in my relationship. And it worked. After a decade of marriage and with two small children in tow, I feel sexier, happier and more confident than ever before. The passion and communication in my marriage continue to evolve and grow in ways I never could have imagined. And while motherhood is often trying and chaotic, there is something deep within me that is calm, centered and excited knowing that I’m continually rediscovering myself and fanning the flame of desire in my marriage.
Now, it’s my mission and passion to help other mothers, just like you, be happier, feel sexier and have more satisfaction in your life and relationship.
Because I fully believe the old saying is true:
If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!