Soul sex evenings begin in Eastbourne

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A new eight programme for lovers is to begin in Eastbourne later this month.

The Soul Sex program, according to organisers, introduces a new way of lovemaking that creates intimacy, joy and togetherness, restoring sex and loving connections when they’ve been lost.

It begins in Eastbourne on Thursday June 25 from 7.30pm – 9.30pm with love, relationship and sex educators Dr Anne Moir and John Campbell.

A venue for the meetings is to be confirmed.

Dr Moir and Mr Campbell say Soul Sex has enabled couples of all ages to restore or deepen their interest and pleasure in their lovemaking and relationship. During eight weekly evening sessions Dr Anne Moir and John Campbell say they will gently guide participants to remove any blocks, which might be preventing intimacy and share a different way of making love. Summer Soul Sex Evenings are for both couples and singles.

Dr Anne Moir, a best selling author, said, “The conventional way of making love triggers neurochemistry circuits of dissatisfaction and separation. This new way of making love, Soul Sex, is designed to trigger the neuro-circuits of deep bonding and profound intimacy. Over eight weeks we will explore how to practice this new way of lovemaking.“

John Campbell is a pioneer of Soul Sex with Dr Anne Moir and also an author.

At the age of Mr Campbell was diagnosed by the medical profession as suffering with erectile dysfunction and was prescribed Viagra. However, he refused to accept that this was a natural condition for his age group. He went searching for what he calls “another way” and discovered Soul Sex.

Through Soul Sex John has scrapped the Viagra and created a very happy and healthy relationships with Annie. This is free of all mood altering drugs and stimulants including alcohol and at 69 and 67 years of age, they say they enjoy wonderful sex between 40-60 times per month.

He said, “There is so much programmed unconscious guilt and shame about the whole subject of sex during our early years, which can negatively impact our adult sexual experiences.

“Very few families educate children in an open and innocent way about the joys of sex and often focus on the negative aspects such as disease and unwanted pregnancy.”

“What Anne and I intend to do is to re-educate those who are interested, to a new way of making love which is guaranteed to deepen any relationship. It also busts many myths about the subject of erectile dysfunction in the male and frigidity in the female and shows a way where sex can be fully enjoyed regardless of age.”

The courses are every Thursday evening from June 25–August 13 and tickets cost £20 per evening or £140 for eight weeks.

People can book at and find out more information at