Sexocorporal is a method developed in the 1960s in Canada by Professor Jean-Yves Desjardins, co-founder of the Department of Sexology at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM). It is the result of forty years of practice and research in clinical sexology.
Professor Desjardins used scientific observations and the bodily reality of sexual responses to develop a model of sexual health.
Sexocorporal proposes simple means to concretely and quickly help individuals or couples in their project for a better sexual and love life. It is based on a sexual health model that covers all the components involved in sexuality. It is approached from 4 angles: biological components, developmental sexological components, cognitive components and relational components.
The fundamental idea is that to experience a full sexuality, each individual must first take ownership of it in order to learn to play and enjoy his or her own body in a voluptuous way and thus develop erotic skills.