Rose Richey Relaxation – Brisbane

Adult Relaxation & Sensual Bodywork Hendra 0499 978 955

Rose Richey Relaxation – Brisbane

Regular intimate physical contact

Regular intimate physical contact is vital.



Having worked as a Mistress and Kinkassage practitioner for over 15 years, I’ve encountered many people who seek my services due to a breakdown in their intimate connection with their partners.

There are several factors that contribute to this situation, including poor communication, a lack of prioritization, life transitions, having children, boredom, sexual issues, emotional disconnection, resentment, betrayal, and stress.

These challenges can be temporary situations but, when overlooked or repeated, can soon develop into a long-standing problem. Either way, seeking an outlet through erotic relaxation has proven to be an effective means of addressing these issues.

As someone dedicated to providing respite for partners experiencing disconnection, I find great satisfaction in helping them navigate and overcome these obstacles.

That’s why I am so enthusiastic about seeing individuals and couples who want to reconnect and reignite that spark in their relationship and I focus heavily on the value of daily intimacy and open communication.

Regular intimacy and physical contact play a vital role in maintaining and/or re-establishing a healthy and fulfilling relationship.

Here are some reasons why they are so important:

Emotional Connection: Intimacy and physical contact, such as hugging, kissing, cuddling, or sexual intimacy, foster a deep emotional connection between partners. Physical touch releases oxytocin, a hormone associated with bonding and trust, which helps strengthen the emotional bond and promotes feelings of closeness and security.

Enhancing Communication: Physical contact can serve as a nonverbal form of communication, allowing partners to express affection, love, and desire without words. It can convey reassurance, comfort, and support, helping partners feel understood and valued

Stress Reduction: Intimacy and physical contact have been shown to reduce stress levels and promote relaxation. Touch releases endorphins, which are natural mood elevators, and it can lower cortisol, a stress hormone. Regular physical contact can provide a soothing and calming effect, helping couples navigate the challenges of daily life with greater resilience.

Intimacy and Sexual Satisfaction: Physical intimacy is an integral part of a romantic relationship, and it plays a crucial role in sexual satisfaction. Regular sexual intimacy promotes a sense of pleasure, connection, and fulfillment, contributing to overall relationship satisfaction. Open communication and mutual exploration of desires and preferences can further enhance the sexual experience.

Increased Relationship Satisfaction: Couples who prioritize regular intimacy and physical contact often experience higher relationship satisfaction. It helps to foster a sense of intimacy, passion, and desire, which contributes to overall relationship happiness. Feeling desired, wanted, and physically connected to a partner can strengthen the emotional bond and create a more satisfying relationship.

The importance of intimacy and physical contact may vary between individuals and relationships. It is essential for couples to communicate openly about their needs, desires, and comfort levels to ensure that physical intimacy is consensual and mutually fulfilling.



When physical contact and intimacy have been lacking in a relationship, it’s important for partners to proactively work on reconnecting.

Here are some ways a partner can initiate the process of reconnecting with their spouse:

Open Communication: Initiate an open and honest conversation about the current state of the relationship. Create a safe and non-judgmental space where both partners can express their feelings, desires, and concerns. Discuss the impact of the lack of physical contact and intimacy on each other and the relationship as a whole.

Express Affection: Begin by reintroducing non-sexual physical affection into your daily interactions. This can include hugging, holding hands, gentle touch, or back massages. Show appreciation and express love through small gestures to demonstrate care and affection for your spouse.

Quality Time: Dedicate quality time to spend together, free from distractions. Plan activities that you both enjoy and that foster a sense of connection.

This could include going for walks, having date nights, sharing a hobby, or simply engaging in meaningful conversations. Focus on being present and attentive during these moments.

Explore Each Other’s Love Languages: Discover and understand each other’s love languages, which are the ways individuals prefer to give and receive love. It could be words of affirmation, acts of service, physical touch, quality time, or receiving gifts. By understanding and meeting each other’s love language needs, you can strengthen the emotional bond and create a more intimate connection.

Seek Professional Help: If the lack of physical contact and intimacy persists or is causing significant distress in the relationship, consider seeking the guidance of a couples therapist or a qualified relationship counselor. They can provide valuable insights, tools, and strategies to help you and your spouse reconnect and rebuild intimacy.

Reconnecting after a period of lacking physical contact and intimacy takes time and effort from both partners. It requires patience, understanding, and a commitment to rebuilding the emotional and physical connection in the relationship.



If a partner is reluctant to reconnect in an intimate or loving way, it can be challenging, but there are still steps you can take to address the situation.

Here are some suggestions:

Empathy and Understanding: Try to empathize with your spouse and understand their perspective. Recognize that there may be underlying reasons for their reluctance, such as stress, emotional barriers, past experiences, or physical health issues. Approach the situation with empathy and without judgment.

Open and Non-Defensive Communication: Initiate an open and non-defensive conversation with your spouse. Express your feelings, desires, and concerns regarding the lack of intimacy and loving connection. Encourage your spouse to share their own feelings and perspective. It’s crucial to create a safe space where both of you can communicate honestly and openly.

Explore the Underlying Reasons: Gently explore the underlying reasons behind your spouse’s reluctance. Encourage them to share their concerns, fears, or any factors that may be affecting their willingness to reconnect. Be patient and understanding, and avoid pressuring them into opening up if they are not ready. Assure them that you are there to support and work through any challenges together.

Seek Professional Help: If the reluctance persists and becomes a persistent issue in the relationship, consider seeking the assistance of a professional therapist or counselor. A trained professional can provide guidance, facilitate productive communication, and help uncover and address any underlying issues contributing to the reluctance. They can offer strategies and techniques to navigate the situation and rebuild intimacy in a healthy way.

Focus on Connection Outside of Intimacy: While working on rebuilding intimacy, focus on strengthening other aspects of your relationship. Engage in activities that promote emotional connection, such as shared hobbies, quality time, open communication, and acts of kindness. This can help create a foundation of trust and emotional closeness, which may eventually facilitate a reconnection in an intimate and loving way.

Remember, the process of reconnecting requires patience, understanding, and respect for your partner’s boundaries. It’s important to approach the situation with empathy and work together as a team to find solutions that work for both of you.



When a relationship lacks affection and connection, and it feels too late to separate, it can be a difficult and challenging situation.

Here are some ideas on how a partner can cope in such circumstances:

Self-Care: Prioritize self-care and focus on your own well-being. Engage in activities that bring you joy, fulfillment, and a sense of purpose. This can include hobbies, exercise, spending time with friends and family, seeking therapy or counseling for personal support, or practicing mindfulness and relaxation techniques.

Seek Support: Reach out to a trusted friend, family member, or therapist to talk about your feelings and concerns. Having someone to listen, provide guidance, and offer a different perspective can be invaluable during challenging times.

Clarify Your Needs and Boundaries: Reflect on your needs and priorities within the relationship. Identify what is essential for your happiness and well-being. Set clear boundaries regarding what you are willing and not willing to accept in the relationship.

Communicate these needs and boundaries to your partner, expressing your feelings in a calm and assertive manner.

Explore Individual Growth: Focus on personal growth and self-improvement. Invest time and energy into your own interests, goals, and development. This can lead to increased self-confidence and a sense of fulfillment, which may positively impact other areas of your life, including your relationship.

Consider Professional Help: If you feel that the relationship has reached a point where it seems irreparable, it may be beneficial to seek the guidance of a couples therapist or counselor. They can help facilitate communication, provide tools for reconnecting, and support both partners in exploring the possibilities for the relationship.

Cultivate Gratitude and Acceptance: Practice gratitude by focusing on the positive aspects of your life, even outside the relationship. Find moments of joy and appreciation in other areas, such as friendships, personal achievements, or hobbies. Additionally, accept that you cannot change your partner’s behavior or choices. Instead, focus on your own actions, reactions, and personal growth.

Every situation is unique, but it’s essential to prioritize your well-being and make decisions that align with your values and fulfillment. If you reach a point where the relationship is consistently causing distress and unhappiness, it may be necessary to reassess your options and explore the possibility of seeking professional advice on navigating separation or other alternatives.



Yes, by all means, you can come and see me by yourself.  That will be an amazing experience on its own and will have a positive effect on how you deal with your partner going forward.

But when you really want that deep two-sided connection, the commitment to intimacy you’ve been craving for so long you can’t even remember when it last happened, then it’s time to see me for a couple session.

There’s plenty of information on my website so you know exactly what to expect and whether this experience is for you.




If you’d like to book a session or find out more about how I can help you reconnect with your partner, please feel free to reach out.


Rose Richey

0499 978 955




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