Imagine a space where you can talk about sex – safely and freely and without judgement.
Where you can talk about what is blocking you, about what you feel is missing, or what you would like to try with your partner but you’re unsure how to go about it or how to ask your partner?
Or maybe you are wondering whether some of your or your partner’s sexual behaviours or preferences are “normal”?
I provide such a safe space where you can talk about your relationship and your sexual life without shame, fear or guilt, and I invite you to join me.

My name is Joanna Kristensen and I am a certified sex coach. I received my professional training from the pioneer and creator of this method, Dr. Patti Britton, also called the “Mother of Sex Coaching”.
Helping people who struggle with sexual difficulties, especially couples, is my calling – which I have found after years spent working for corporations, experiencing two marriages and working on my own self-development. I’m talking about two marriages in the past tense, because the first one ended in divorce and the second one was on the brink of it. But thanks to individual and joint work, commitment and strong motivation, we were able to build a new relationship on the foundations that we had once created together.
This is why I believe that even if something doesn’t quite work: don’t replace it, repair it! It’s well worth the effort.


My approach

My mission is to help people who are in long-term relationships with little to no sexual intimacy and who are dissatisfied with their sex life. I want to help them find themselves again, awaken their passion and return to experiencing pleasure and enjoyable sex. For this to be possible, we cannot simply focus on physical intimacy alone as the only aspect of life. The stress and challenges of everyday life can, to varying degrees, influence what happens or doesn’t happen in the bedroom.

During my life I chose to enter coaching, classical therapy, EMDR, Rapid Transformational Therapy and Somatic Experiencing Therapy. I am sharing this with you because I believe that in order to help others you must first face your own demons, work through your own traumas and gather experience. I also believe that you should be able to follow your own advice. And even though we are different, we have different stories and we were brought up differently, the difficulties we experience and the challenges we face, especially those regarding our sex life, are not as different as they may seem. We will always find people who have similar experiences, which means that we are not alone and do not have to be alone with our problems.

I believe that only a holistic approach covering all aspects of life and health can bring measurable results. The MEBES model that I use in my work as a sex coach (developed in 1993 by Dr. Patti Britton) identifies 5 main elements of our sexual self:

  • Mind
  • Emotions
  • Body & Behaviors
  • Energy
  • Spirit

According to the MEBES idea, only by unlocking all five components can a person achieve their full potential and experience a joyful and satisfactory sex life.



Body & Behaviors