Here are some answers to questions you might have. If your question hasn’t been answered email Tracy at 

Where will we be cuddling?

SessionswithTracy is located in Everett Washington with easy access off I-5 near the Boeing Freeway.  The office is very warm, cozy and inviting. There is a couch that converts into bed which is great for spooning.

I’ve never done this before, what should I expect?

A cuddle appointment is 60 minutes. Cuddle time is about 50 minutes, leaving you time to get settled, change into comfortable clothes if needed and to deal with the payment of your session. I will help us find comfortable positions. This is a chance and time for you to experience touch in a nurturing, comforting way. Ask for what you would like. I let the client lead in the amount of talk/discussion that goes on during a session. I will respond if you ask questions and listen if you just feel like talking. I am happy to be quiet if you prefer silence.

Is this confidential?

Yes, client information is kept confidential between me and my office staff. We do not discuss clients outside of the office. You are in control of what you share about a cuddle session. If I see you in a public setting, know that I will not acknowledge you until or if you acknowledge me. However, if you enjoy your session and are comfortable sharing, I would love for you to share your experience with others. Word of mouth is the best way for others to hear about my service.

What if I get sexually aroused?

That is sometimes the case during a cuddle session. Not many of us have ever cuddled without it continuing onto a sexual experience. Our bodies are trained to respond sexually when we begin touching another person. That is just a fact of life. What we aren’t taught is how to relax and just let the sexual feelings pass without chasing them. This is not only possible, but useful to learn. A space opens where you can meet many natural human needs (touch, affection, nurturing, connection, intimacy) in a non-sexual way. If you are man, don’t worry if you get an erection. This is not a problem. Just accept and acknowledge that it has happened, remind yourself this is non-sexual, relax, and you’ll be fine.