Kimaya Crolla-Younger

Awaken Deeper

Gender Embodiment: Sexual Healing Clinic~ for Women

- Feel alive and juicy, nothing to do with age.

- Awakening the Sacred Sexual Body.

- Reconnect with your sexual essence.

- Gender embodiment.

- Fully clothed, safe, gentle.

I have been working with women for over 15 years, and a general theme is a sense of disconnection with our sexual essence.

"I don't feel like a woman" is a very common statement I hear in women (men feel similar too). There is good reason for this...we are not living within the internal space of our body.

In this digital age, the tendency, more and more, is to be in the upper part of the body. And if we've experienced any degree of trauma (which is a large majority of us, whether we know it or not), quite often we will be outside of ourselves. And this leaves us quite disconnected from our essence. 

It doesn't matter how much make-up, clothes or even botox we have, we still don't quite feel our gender.

Or our Sexuality. Are they even separate?

Sexual healing must facilitate a slow descent into our bodies...and we will discover that our sexuality is not just in the genital area...but flows through every cell of our being.

"Yoni" is the Hindu Tantric word for vagina! And the sexual healing that I offer in my clinic is non-invasive, meaning no penetration. In my experience, I do not feel women need more penetration, but actually less. And there are a few reasons for this.

 "Orgasm can be a way to avoid intimacy." 

The other thing I noticed was how much orgasm was an avoidance of intimacy. "What do you mean, Kimaya, surely orgasm is the main point of intimacy?" I hear you cry!

The orgasmic response becomes quite a habitual pattern through the body…and in many of us, once sexual energy is aroused, we can become orgasm focused, and we are no longer present for ourselves, or anyone else. 

I was seeing a general pattern in the women who reached out to me, in that there was a sense of urgency, of getting ‘it’ sorted out. And, often, these were women who had not self-pleasured or touched themselves intimately in any way, in years. And yet they had a mindset that within half an hour of arriving at my clinic, they would be having a penetrative healing session. 

This is crazy!! But a reflection of the level of disconnect in their bodies.

I will use the metaphor of a flower to describe a yoni. She is a flower, the flower of all life…and flowers are at various states of being open. If they are a bud, we don’t start criticising them and say “come on, open!!” We can see how ridiculous that would be! We can also put quite big expectations on our buds opening. 

And sometimes they do not want to open. And it’s vital we don’t override this response, but gently be with it. To make gentle, tender contact. It is only when we are able to be with what is, that any new possibility becomes available. Deeply surrendering to this place of closing (the example I’m using here).

Another reason is all of our ‘unmet’ dependency needs get pushed into our erotic response, and this can be overwhelming and confusing. Gentle and slow is the way!

My bodywork incorporates Tantsu (Tantric Shiatsu). A session includes whole body holding (Tantsu cradles), passive stretching, shiatsu pressure, massage techniques, contact of the energetic, subtle sexual bodies, spontaneous movement and non-verbal communication (and very often there is verbal too). Tantsu's "cradles," positions in which our whole body comfortably holds and moves with the receiver's body, create a sensation of deep containment in which it is safe to relax and open to a new state of wellness.

'...through Kimaya's touch I feel as though I have permission to not have to be perfect, and that, perhaps, I am lovable and worthy just as I am' ~Anna S

These sessions are profound and life changing...knowing a quality of intimate contact with yourself that you never dreamed possible!

Inside our vagina is the G-spot, named after a German gynecologist. The soft tissue of this area is sensitive toward any type of trauma, whether physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. In the absence of love and nurturing, the surrounding muscles harden, energy stagnates and body armouring forms. Tears that have not been cried out loud are silently frozen in the sex centre. 

Body armouring is another term for stuck emotion and unprocessed trauma that is lodged in the body. Just as chronic tension can show up in our backs, and stress shows up in our neck and shoulder muscles, women somatise stress and trauma in their yonis, which can show up as numbness or pain during sex and often more serious disease and dysfunction.

A non-invasive yoni healing directly affects the root chakra, and is an opportunity to naturally release tension and fear that are often at the core of lower-tract cancer and other diseases and ailments. This body-work also clears blocks and opens a channel to receive a flow of energetic support from the earth. 

This delicate and tender bodywork can re-activate and reclaim this often neglected area and can, quite literally, be life-changing. Committing to multiple sessions over a period of time, can facilitate a deep awakening of your essence and sexuality, and, eventually one's experience evolves from a place of healing to a place of magic.

A minimum of 90 minutes is required for this treatment, and can be longer. To make or discuss a booking please go to Contact Me.

London Sexual Healing Clinic Times

Tuesdays 11-4pm

Wednesdays 2-9.30

Fridays 2-6.30

Sessions are equal distance between Holloway Road and Highbury & Islington stations.

Fees are £180 for 90 mins. 50% deposit will confirm your session. 

**Special three x 90 min session offer. Book and pay in advance for three 90 min sessions for the special price of £390, a saving of £160***

Your feeling of safety is of paramount importance to me. I am happy to have a Skype with you, for us to 'meet'. Just ask. My email is

I am 51 and feel younger than I ever have! I would love to share the embodied magic of this with you.

Read one woman's journey with me, from DIVA Magazine. It's wonderfully written, and gives a great insight into the different layers of this kind of exploration.