Frequently asked questions
I’ve never done something like this before; what is the right way to Cuddle?
That can look entirely different for each session. People are unique and have their own preferences. Some like to talk, some don’t. Some like a lot of physical contact, some like a little. Sometimes we feel lively and playful, sometimes we feel quiet and introspective. There are a gazillion right ways to cuddle! As long as you are following the code of conduct and respecting your Cuddlist practitioner’s boundaries, you are doing it right. Half of the fun is in discovering what is right for YOU. We hope you will leave feeling more relaxed, better about yourself and more confident about communicating your own needs while respecting the needs of others. Have fun!
Is anyone welcome to become a client?
Anyone is welcome to become a client who is the legal age of consent and is willing and able to abide by the code of conduct.
What is your cancellation policy?
After the first session, cancellations within 24hrs of individual sessions are charged at £30 before the next session can be booked. Sessions cancelled within 24 hours of three or six session packages will NOT carry over. Any session ended early must still be paid in full.
Your privacy is very important to us. We do not share client information or identity with anyone other than practitioners. Confidentiality is part of our code of conduct for all practitioners.
Is there a client agreement?
How is payment handled?
Payment is handled directly with your practitioner through clear arrangements made with them prior to your session. Click here for your free consultation.
Where can I arrange to Cuddle?
What clothing should I wear for my session?
Please wear something that you are comfortable in. Pajama bottoms and sweatshirts are popular cuddle wear. A minimum of shorts and a t-shirt is required for both practitioner and client.
What’s okay, not okay to talk about during a cuddle session?
Compassionate listening can be a wonderful part of a cuddle session. Cuddling can also be a wonderful place to not have to talk and to enjoy comfortable silence with another. How much you talk and what you talk about is entirely up to the two of you.
Your practitioner is not a counselor or coach, and even if they are in other parts of their life, that is not part of a cuddle session. They will be happy to listen and be honest with you about how much is too much for them in terms of what you share. Everything is confidential unless you share any information of an illegal nature or the intention to do harm.
Do we have to only cuddle?
What training do your Cuddlists receive?
Our practitioners complete Cuddlist.com in-person or online orientation training course with ongoing mentorship and support as they continue to grow into their practice. If possible, they are expected to attend at least one Cuddle Party workshop, and are encouraged to continue to improve their self awareness and communication skills. We are not able to make any promises or guarantees about the quality of your cuddle experience.
What is your policy regarding hygiene?
Be respectful and considerate. Please report and practitioners with inappropriate personal hygiene directly to us or Cuddlist.com and we will address the matter with them.
What if I become uncomfortable or want to stop?
If you become uncomfortable in any way at any time, please say so. Stop whatever is causing discomfort and adjust accordingly. Please do not wait until your discomfort is large, do this at the first hint of it. Professional cuddling is consent based and your practitioners WANT you to speak up! This is the perfect place to practice using your voice. This is your session and none of it needs to feel any less than good! If you would like to end your session early for any reason simply let your practitioner know.
Do I have to tip?
What happens if I become aroused during a session?
Arousal is a healthy human response to all kinds of things including touch. It is not a problem in a platonic session. The important thing is that neither client or practitioner respond to it in a manner intended to increase arousal. It can be acknowledged or not and simply allowed to come and go without taking focus.
Do you have safety guidelines for COVID-19?
Unfortauntely since one-on-one cuddling now entails some potential risk, we cannot guarantee total safety, and thus respect client personal responsibility in choosing to attend a session.