Ed Ehrgott and Nellie Wilson: Founders of Sacred Touch School

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Sex - Tantra and Kama Sutra episode 93: Touch That Takes You There with Ed Ehrgott and Nellie Wilson

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Ed is a massage therapist, an erotic coach and a life coach in San Francisco. He has been working with men for over 4 years though his massage and coaching practice, Sacred Touch for Men.

He holds an Advanced Massage Practitioner License in San Francisco and an Arizona Massage Therapist License. He completed training to be a CMT and received additional specialty training in pelvic release massage at the Body Electric School in Oakland, CA. He completed his Arizona LMT training at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in Tempe, AZ.

As he studied massage, he saw many people who view massage as a purely clinical encounter - not unlike the doctor's office. These practitioners can deny any sensual aspect of a massage. Massage is to be enjoyed. If you feel sensual as you receive a massage that's wonderful! Ed believes that touch - regardless of where it is on the body - is a sensual experience. Arousal is common and should be celebrated. A sensual massage focuses on your entire body. It's about relaxing your body and mind while channeling sensual energy throughout the entire body. This results in a wonderful combination of relaxation with a heightened level of energy!

Nellie is a massage therapist and somatic sex educator working in San Francisco and Oakland. She currently works at the Center for Sex & Culture and has a private massage and coaching practice.

Nellie graduated from College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine with a degree in Human Ecology. With an eye for looking at the world as a network of interrelationships, finding a deeper connection to the body to better realize our connection with the world around us brought her to the study of somatics and sexuality.

She studied Swedish massage, Shiatsu, Thai massage, Acupressure, and Craniosacral Therapy at the McKinnon School of Massage in Oakland and went on to complete level one training in Craniosacral Therapy with the Milne Institute. In August 2008 she completed the Sexological Bodywork Certification at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco.