What the media is saying about BTTB

  • Pamela Madsen is an erotic genius who has created a six-day communal immersion process where women learn to integrate sexual arousal into all parts of their bodies and lives. Along with her extraordinary team; through group and solo practices and receiving daily sensuous bodywork, participants unleash a remarkable state of sustained sexual arousal. And then are coached in ways to use that state. Back to The Body is the Master Class of my dreams. I wish I had a vulva.
    — Joseph Kramer Ph.D., co-creator of Sexological Bodywork and the Body Electric School
  • A good one [retreat] can jump-start your healing because it’s very intense and concentrated, as opposed to going to a therapist once a week, where you kind of take a few steps back each time.
    — Dr. Laura Berman, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. and author of Quantum Love
  • Up until very recently, hands-on sexual healing has been cloaked in secrecy, shame, and misunderstanding. But a bold new group of courageous pioneers such as Pamela Madsen is leading the way toward a deeper, richer understanding of women’s sexual pleasure as a force for health and healing that positively affects all areas of their lives. The new feminism includes embracing our erotic power, and hands on sexual healing in the right setting can be a very effective way to accomplish this.
    — Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom

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