Poly [pol-ee] from Greek πολύ poly, ‘many, several’. Soma, from Greek sôma body, ‘the body as perceived within’. Developed by combining two terms to make one meaning. Poly relates to the many aspects and differences in the human sexual being. Soma refers to the neural cell body and its connections, the living processes that we have or can develop with our sexual self and others. This also represents the integrative approach to the services I offer by developing and working with lived experiences of the sexual being. When we channel new somatic experiences we can have a profound effect on our own sexual embodiment.