Throughout the course of history, humans have felt and experienced love with little understanding behind the feeling. Alfred Kinsey said love is impossible to measure scientifically, and we are now just beginning to understand the science behind love. What are the factors associated with love and how do these affect connection, pleasure, arousal and even orgasm?
Dr. Ava Cadell has created the term NeuroLoveology by blending certain aspects of neuroscience with the science of love, offering mindful techniques to help grow more brain cells while growing an intimate relationship. In this interactive presentation, she examines the differences between the left-brained and right-brained approach to love, intimate communication and sex. And examine the chemical cocktails going on in the brain with a mix of hormones, neurotransmitters, endorphins and their impact on our bodies mentally, physically, emotionally and sexually.Audience members will have the opportunity to participate in exercises to help overcome internal and external distractions in order to stay mentally present in romantic situations to achieve the love you desire. Learn the basics of physiological changes occurring during romantic and sexual mindfulness. This interactive, multimedia presentation will have you thinking about the distractions around you that impact your ability to calm the mind, be present in intimate moments, and be mindful of you and your partner’s pleasure.