Your Journey

We connect knowledge about the mind and the body to help patients respond to change.

Everyone’s sex life ebbs and flows. But sometimes life events or medical treatment can cause sexual problems. We provide safe alternatives to help you get back on track. If you feel ready to try sex again then consider the following:

Feeling all at sea

When body and mind feel like they’ve been fractured, communication is key. Sexual appetites may have changed, or you might simply feel differently about your body. Talking about these issues with a medical professional, partner, or friend can feel awkward at first, but in the right conditions, it can help strengthen your sexual confidence.

If you’re with a partner, why not put some intimate time aside together? It doesn’t even need to be sexual. Set the mood with music or candles and take it in turns to listen and talk about dreams and memories and what they mean to you. After all, emotional intimacy is the foundation of sexual intimacy.

“Communication is key.”

Navigating memories

Sometimes you need to step back, remove the pressure and remind yourself of your best sexual experiences. Take some time to remember these moments in detail and notice if there are specific memories that ignite your desire. Fantasies are a great way to communicate what you like – you can share them or take some time alone with your imagination.

“Remembering those little moments that trigger desire.”

Rolling with the waves

Apprehension about pain and discomfort can mean it’s hard to focus on the prospect of pleasure. Female erogenous zones are complex, so learning about your sensitive areas will help you notice where your arousal spots are. There are sex tools to aid gentle exploration, massagers rubbed around the clitoral and vaginal area can help you take the first steps towards discovering what feels good.

Try the Midori to caress all over or use its tip to point at places where pleasure sensations grow. Once you’ve found where feels good, use the Mikazuki to build towards insertion, at you own pace.

Midori

Exploring Arousal

After treatment, many men find getting physically aroused is not as straightforward as before. Stimulating blood flow and keeping an erection can feel like a challenge. With intuitively designed items built for maintaining arousal, you can see a positive build up of strength and stamina.

Look to the Air Cup as a gentle alternative to a pump. It provides a combination of vacuum suction and pleasurable sensations to maintain stronger erections that last longer. Eggs are also great tools for increasing vitality in the muscles that sustain penis size and hardness, as well as being a fun way for couples to connect with and build arousal together.

Egg Air Tech Cup

Discovering pleasure

The sensations of climax can feel different to each person. We believe it’s important to explore ways of achieving pleasure for your overall wellbeing. Our soft touch vibrators, Minamo and Mikazuki, allow subtle penetration, allowing you to gently explore what feels right, helping you connect with your body again.

Iroha Minimo Iroha Mikazuki

Setting sail together

Working towards climax with a partner is an intimately special way to connect. Sometimes it can feel difficult to reach this goal together, but with specially designed partner tools to help maintain blood flow in the penis and stimulate female erogenous zones at the same time, it makes the goal feel much closer.

Smart Vibe Ring

Feeling all at sea

When body and mind feel like they’ve been fractured by cancer, communication is key. Sexual appetites may have changed, or you might simply feel differently about your body. Talking about these issues with a medical professional, partner, or friend can feel awkward at first, but in the right conditions, it can help strengthen your sexual confidence.

If you’re with a partner, why not put some intimate time aside together? It doesn’t even need to be sexual. Set the mood with music or candles and take it in turns to listen and talk about dreams and memories and what they mean to you. After all, emotional intimacy is the foundation of sexual intimacy.

“Communication is key.”

Navigating memories

Sometimes you need to step back, remove the pressure and remind yourself of your best sexual experiences. Take some time to remember these moments in detail and notice if there are specific memories that ignite your desire. Fantasies are a great way to communicate what you like – you can share them or take some time alone with your imagination.

“Remembering those little moments that trigger desire.”

Rolling with the waves

Apprehension about pain and discomfort can mean it’s hard to focus on the prospect of pleasure. Female erogenous zones are complex, so learning about your sensitive areas will help you notice where your arousal spots are. There are sex tools to aid gentle exploration, massagers rubbed around the clitoral and vaginal area can help you take the first steps towards discovering what feels good.

Try the Midori to caress all over or use its tip to point at places where pleasure sensations grow. Once you’ve found where feels good, use Yuki to build towards insertion, at you own pace.

Midori

Exploring arousal

After treatment, many men find getting physically aroused is not as straightforward as before. Stimulating blood flow and keeping an erection can feel like a challenge. With intuitively designed items built for maintaining arousal, you can see a positive build up of strength and stamina.

Look to the Air Cup as a gentle alternative to a pump. It provides a combination of vacuum suction and pleasurable sensations to maintain stronger erections that last longer. Eggs are also great tools for increasing vitality in the muscles that sustain penis size and hardness, as well as being a fun way for couples to connect with and build arousal together.

Egg Air Tech Cup

Discovering pleasure

The sensations of climax can feel different post cancer. When this happens, we believe it’s important to explore ways of achieving pleasure for your overall wellbeing. Our soft touch, vibrators, Minamo and Mikazuki allow subtle penetration, allowing you to gently explore what feels right, helping you connect with your body again.

Iroha Minimo Iroha Mikazuki

Setting sail together

Working towards climax with a partner is an intimately special way to connect. Sometimes cancer treatment can make it difficult to reach this goal together, but with specially designed partner tools to help maintain blood flow in the penis and stimulate female erogenous zones at the same time, it makes the goal feel much closer.

Smart Vibe Ring