Respect yourself

Learn self-care
(even in a pandemic)

Cuddle therapy is not a licensed medical practice and should not replace the consultation of a health professional, either physical or psychological. ?
Cuddle therapy does not include, under any circumstances, any form of explicit or implicit sexuality. ?

Calia Câlinothérapie

Whether you want more consented touch in your life, need a safe space to confide in or want to learn to assert yourself and communicate better in your relationships; learn self-care thanks to Cuddle therapy.

adapts to the pandemic

In this context of pandemic, social distancing and economic crisis, even if its Cuddle Therapy Services can no longer be done in person (risk of contamination), Calia still want to make the world a better and happier place thanks to more cuddles and the practice of consent.

Cuddle Therapy despite distanciation

On the one hand, in order to counter the effects of social distancing and to facilitate future rapprochements, Calia offers information and Cuddle Therapy services adapted to the health crisis context to anyone who need hugs and authentic and platonic connections and/or to explore consent and personal boundaries of oneself and of others, all while preventing infections.

A social mission for consent

On the other hand, in order to alleviate the effects of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic and in response to the recent wave of denunciation of sexual assault, Calia becomes a social and non-profit enterprise by reducing its prices and offering its clients to contribute voluntarily to its two new social causes aiming the prevention and healing of sexual assault.