A somatic coaching session focuses on your intentions. Together we explore any limiting beliefs and change them to empowering beliefs. Ken works with you using your breath, voice, movement to enliven your bodily senses in light of the intention(s). Ken uses various bodywork techniques to help you tap into your bodily senses – either fully clothed, partially clothed, or nude.
After receiving and completing a questionnaire identifying your intensions and some background, Ken meets with his client to discuss the client's responses and to develop with the client the process that will be used in the initial session. Since client's intentions shift over time, Ken revisits the initial responses after each session to assess progress – inviting the client to complete a “Prep Form” just prior to each weekly session. If a client cannot meet weekly, other alternatives are discussed and agreed upon.
Your first session is 90 minutes. The following weekly sessions are ordinarily one hour but can be extended with no added cost. There are assignments to be completed at your own pace between scheduled sessions. Ken’s clients typically find these exercises extremely interesting to work on! Sessions can be scheduled between 8 am and 8 pm weekdays and weekends.
Ken coaches men who self-identify as gay, straight, bisexual, transgender (F2M, M2F). Whatever your profession or career, whether you are partnered, married, or single, whether you are in your early or mid-forties or in your 50s, 60s and70s, the most important aspect of our coaching is discretion, confidentiality, and trust! Ken coaches individuals as well as couples. He meets with his clients locally, out of State, and abroad, either in person or using webcam. Ken will also consult with any psychotherapist of a client as the client desires.
"We get stuck on our paths because we are unable to re-imagine our lives differently from what they are right now.
We hold on desperately to the status quo, afraid that if we let go, we will be swept away by the torrential undercurrents of
our emptiness. ..The most important thing in the world is to
be willing to give up who you are – for who you might become." – Marc Gafni