Yoni Club is basically the last 10 years of my life, condensed into an in depth online training in sexual wellness & pleasure for women.
Here’s a taste of what the program looks like….
Again, I don’t have special powers, I just did a bunch of these practices… they *actually* work.
If you’re into penetrative sex & want to feel more pleasure while doing it, I’ve got good news for you.
Awakening pleasure and sensitivity in your vagina is a learnable skill, like riding a bike. (I had my first orgasm on a bike, actually!)
Not at all. I’ve designed the course to be accessible and valuable for any level of experience, but especially for those of you who haven’t explored much in this area before. The practices are all guided by either video or audio and you’ll just press play and follow along in your own way. As you get more familiar with the approaches and practices you can adjust them to suit what works best for you.
So I recommend getting started with the course, and then just let me know when you feel ready to start your coaching… Ideally it’s good to do the first 1-2 modules first, then have my support to go deeper. However, if you get a bit stuck at any point, that’s also a great time to use a coaching session!
I LOVE to make this work feel fun, fascinating, a bit silly and humorous. I’m not into super seriousness. There’ll be a full spectrum of crazy orgasm stories to super vulnerable sharings in the Facebook group – and everything in between. No pressure to be anything other than how you are!
You’ll need oil for massage, and from the 4th module, you’ll need a specific type of wand for internal massage. The exact wand that I recommend is the the Cervix Serpent. (There are others that are similar shaped that will also be fine). A penis shaped dildo won’t be suitable, as a curve is important for ease with internal self massage.
Yoni Club was originally made to be a 3 month journey, but doesn’t need to be done exactly that way.
So you can choose to do more or less practice each week depending on your schedule etc. You could spend as little or as much time as you like on the content and practices, and around 2 hours a week would be a nice sweet spot for most women.
Some of the content will be videos / audios that you can listen to while doing other things (hellooooo multi-tasking babes!) There’ll be short practices that are powerful to do regularly throughout the week, but you’re also welcome to do them less often. Basically the more time you’re able to devote to the course, the more you’ll get out of it… no pressure though, you do you.
Nope. You can take as long as you like. Ideally, it’s great to do some semi-regular practice / exploration, but it’s all about finding a pace that works for you, and with your life. You’ve got lifetime access to the course, it’s not going anywhere.
Yoni Club has a specific focus on the female pelvis (anatomy etc) and reproductive system, so it isn’t an ideal training for those who were not born with a vagina as there are many anatomical differences. If you no longer have your physical uterus / cervix, there are just a couple of practices that won’t be relevant for you, but 95% of the training will still be valid. We are open for women of all ages and backgrounds. Women of all sexual orientations are welcome – I’m committed to not use heteronormative language.
This kind of work is very gentle and there’s no pressure for you to do any of the practices if they don’t feel right for you. There will be a lot of guidance to connect with your body and listen to feel if you’re not open for a particular practice or approach.
This course will introduce ways of being with your emotions, your body and your sexually, and definitely some trauma-informed tools for healing… but healing from deep sexual trauma is not something that an online course can provide.
I recommend finding a practitioner to work 1:1 with – a body-based psychologist, Somatic Experiencing practitioner or highly trained trauma therapist.
I can’t be sure, but probably. I personally receive so much from going deeper with this work. The course is quite focused on your embodied experience, and I believe we can always go deeper in our embodiment – there’s no point where we’ve ‘done it all’.
We cannot claim that these practices or this course will solve any medical issues. There is anecdotal evidence to suggest that internal pelvic massage and embodiment practices can support women to feel more sensitivity, release tension and pain, access different kinds of pleasure and feel generally more connected to that part of the body.
If you have a medical condition and you’re not sure if it’s right for you to do the course, please consult the relevant medical professionals. Generally, if it’s safe for you to dance, have penetrative sex and use sex toys, then there is no medical danger in the practices in this course. Everything is super gentle and you can adjust it for your needs. If you’re unable to experience penetration right now for any reason, the course will still be useful and you can explore the practices in your own time.
Paying for Yoni Club is your commitment to the course.
You have continued access to the material (or the future version of the course as it changes) so if things come up for you that prevent you from participating in the current round, it’s not a problem at all. These are lifelong tools you can keep to use whenever you like.
The course is not refundable if you change your mind. There are a limited number of places available per round so you paying for a space means the space is held for you and not offered to someone else.
Thank you so much for understanding.
Not generally, but a small number of partial scholarships will be offered to women with less financial stability, women of colour, indigenous Australian women, women living with a disability or single mothers, by application only. Partial scholarships give you the course at half the current price. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP in the title to be considered.
Yes, see above for payment plan option.
Definitely not. I’m not a doctor, gynaecologist, psychologist or clinical sexologist. I’m trained in Somatic Sexology (sexological bodywork) and women’s pelvic bodywork. I’m a pleasure educator and workshop facilitator. You can see more about my training and background here.
This course is intended to be for personal experience only. These are powerful yet simple practices for connecting with your body. If you have health issues related to this part of you, please consult the relevant medical practitioners. Having said that, the practices are waaaay more gentle than the kind of sex most people are having these days!
Nothing in this course constitutes advice of a medical or mental health nature.