My name is Sharonda Parker and I am a Pleasure Coach.
A pleasure coach is a trained professional who helps people with sexual, intimacy, and relationship issues. Pleasure coaches address problems such as sexless marriage, low libido, erectile dysfunction, or any type of sexual dysfunction. We also guide our clients to fully grasp their full potential through education, training, and communication.
My journey of becoming a pleasure coach started around 2010 when I realized that a lot of couples were having relations but that didn’t necessarily mean that they were experiencing pleasure. In 2012 I opened The PPG Store in the great city of BatonRouge, LA and I noticed that 70% of our customers came in because they had some type of sexual issue. Most were going through the normal changes of life but were to embarrassed to even talk about it.
This is when I decided that I needed to focus more on the education aspect of the business verses the entertainment side of the business, because during that time I hosting “Fun Parties”. What I realized was, I can get a group of ladies together show them a great time, but when they went home nothing changed for them in the bedroom. I made it a point to start teaching at my events. The events were a safe place for ladies to speak freely about their experience, and ask questions.
Learn the skills to be an amazing lover
We guide our clients to fully grasp their full potential through education, training, and communication. We help people with sexual, intimacy, and relationship issues.
There are two types of pleasure coaches: talk and
experiential. During talk coaching sessions, a pleasure
coach asks you about your challenges and goals.
They then give you suggestions for improvement,
as well as books, products, and video recommendations.
The other type of pleasure coaching is experimental
coaching. In this method, your coach will teach you via
talk and hands-on practices:
Clients are emailed an intake form so that I can get a better understanding of the issue, then we meet via video chat for an initial session.
During the session we address the issue and the solution to the problem.
Sometimes couples are referred to a Sex Therapist or their Primary Care Physician. Lastly, I follow up with the client to make sure they are keeping their commitment to the plan we put in place.