Hello, I’m Karey, and I’m a lipstick and high heel wearing denizen of the People’s Republic of Portland, sex geek, juicy dame, and a saucy book nerd with a vagina.
I know that you want to be sexually confident! In order to do that, you need a better sex life. The problem is that you don't know where to start or what to do, which makes you feel in the dark and frustrated. I believe that people deserve sexual happiness!
I understand. So many of us have been there, which is why I have helped a lot of people just like you!
Amongst my certifications, I am an Erospirit Certified Intimacy Coach & Educator, and Somatic Sex Educator with a certificate in sexological bodywork, and I serve on the board of the SSEA (Somatic Sex Educators Association). I am a graduate of Barbara Carrellas’ Urban Tantra for Professionals Training Program, and Coach Training Alliance Certified Coach.
People of all sexual orientations and gender identities are welcomed!
“Karey’s compassion, loving intention and good humor immediately put me at ease and made it possible to both listen to her and my body. She has a magical way of making sex education accessible and is an absolute joy to work with. I’ve been both a client and a co-facilitator with Karey, and her wisdom and gentle way is always appreciated. I wholeheartedly embrace her skill and knowledge as a caring, empathic sex educator. Like me, you will grateful for her guidance and advice. Highly recommended as a coach!”
–Amy Weissfeld, sex coach and educator at JoyfulSelfLove.com
Somatic sex education uses education, information and body based exercises and practices to integrate new, generative approaches to pleasure and fulfillment, and to break through barriers that inhibit the full expression of pleasure available to an individual.
“Somatic practices empower us to regulate our nervous systems, so we have more sense of choice, and therefore safety, in our relationship with sex. Indeed, we can only really open to erotic pleasure when we have a foundational sense of safety. To trust ourselves and others, we also need to experience setting clear boundaries, and feel the power of asking for what we want and being listened to. As we feel more resourced, we gain in ability to stay present from moment-to-moment with erotic feeling, alone and with others. Through the actual practice of being in touch with our own courage and resilience, we can learn to choose pleasure, practice happiness, and bring more pleasure and happiness into our world.”
- Caffyn Jesse, from “Science for Sexual Happiness”