Welcome to the wonderful world of dominatrix therapy: a safe, non-judgemental and empowering space to explore the many delights of kink. So, you may be wondering – what goes on in a typical session? That’s what we’re here to explore!
dominatrix therapy (or ‘sessions’ as they’re often referred to) are a way for individuals to explore their desires in a safe and comfortable setting. It’s an experience that allows people to explore different aspects of their inner selves through the power exchange between the client and the dominatrix. It is a consensual, negotiated agreement between two (or more) adults.
Some of the activities that take place during a dominatrix session are:
-Exploring kink and BDSM: A dominatrix may introduce the client to different kinky activities, from bondage (shackles, chains, rope tying, etc) to impact play (whipping, flogging, caning, etc) to sensory deprivation (using blindfolds, hoods, etc). If the client is new to this type of play, the dominatrix may explain how to use items safely, giving both verbal and physical demonstrations.
-Role play: In a dominatrix session, the dominatrix may explore different scenarios with the client. This could involve dressing up in costume, roleplaying as different characters (i.e. a teacher and student, the bad cop and the naughty criminal, etc). It may also include exploring different lifestyles such as a maidservant or a submissive pet.
-Humiliation: This type of play can be done in the spirit of laughter and fun. It can involve verbal humiliation (e.g. taunting, teasing, name-calling) or it can involve physical humiliation (e.g. spanking, kicking, etc).
-Sexual play: A dominatrix session can involve certain sexual activities. This could be activities such as foot fetish play, voyeurism, or even gentle bondage.
dominatrix therapy is all about consent and trust, these activities should ONLY take place if all parties have agreed to them beforehand and feel comfortable doing them. For any activities that involve humiliation and/or pain, a safeword should also be discussed and agreed upon.
So there you have it – a brief exploration of what activities take place during a dominatrix therapy session. Remember, it’s all about exploring who you are in the safest and most comfortable way possible. Enjoy! Click here for more info.
Are there any risks associated with engaging in dominatrix therapy?
Ah, the question of whether or not there are risks associated with engaging in dominatrix therapy. The answer is definitely a resounding…maybe? After all, it all depends on how much of a risk taker you are.
For starters, there’s the obvious physical risk – if you’re engaging in any sort of BDSM activities, then there’s always a chance of getting seriously injured due to excessive force or incorrect techniques. Be sure to communicate all your boundaries with your dominatrix beforehand, and don’t be afraid to speak up if anything doesn’t feel right.
But what about the mental/emotional risks associated with dominatrix therapy? Well, that’s an even bigger “maybe. After all, no matter how well you get along with your dominatrix, it’s still possible to develop feelings of guilt or shame during or after your session. You may even feel vulnerable or uncomfortable when it comes to having to reveal your innermost fantasies and desires. So, it’s definitely a good idea to communicate your issues and boundaries ahead of time, and to evaluate your feelings once the session is over.
And then there’s the social risk. After all, engaging in even the most controlled form of domination can be a far-from-subtle sort of activity, and some people may not understand (or approve of) your choices. It’s completely up to you if you want to keep your dominatrix therapy sessions private or not, but just be aware that it could be a potential risk.
All in all, it’s up to you to decide if these risks are something you’re comfortable with and willing to take on. Remember – consent and communication are key!