Sexological Bodywork

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2018 Certificate in Sexological Bodywork Professional Training, Byron Bay, Australia

The Certificate in Sexological Bodywork in Australia is a professional training for somatic sex educators that also offers a profound learning experience for people interested in their own erotic development.

The faculty leading this training, Deej Juventin and Uma Ayelet Furman, bring many years of experience working directly with clients, leading groups, and teaching and supervising practitioners. This training offers specific instruction in Deej and Uma’s renowned methodology for teaching erotic embodiment skills to groups, and how to effectively create client-centered sessions. Additionally, Ellen Heed, one of the world’s leading educators of holistic anatomy and women’s pelvic health, will be supporting the training through recorded lectures and two live video conferences, along with Joseph Kramer, the founder of Sexological Bodywork, who provides the online group study material for Module One, and will present by video conference. The faculty will be assisted by a team of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers.

Course Dates for the 2018 Australian training: September 14, 2018–March 31, 2019.

Module I: Online Group Study: September 14 to November 6, 2018.
Module II: Embodiment Intensive in Byron Bay: November 12–24, 2018.
Module III: Supervised Teaching: 25 individual sessions and classes, December 1, 2018–March 31, 2019.

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Course Fees

Super Early Bird Price: $5,200 (including GST) for full payment before December 7, 2017.

Early Bird Price: $5,500 (including GST) for full payment before July 1, 2018.

Full price: $6,000 (including GST) for full payment by September 7, 2018.

Prices are in Australian dollars. The course fee includes all tuition, online access to the home study materials, video demonstrations, and student forums – plus a one-year membership to The New School of Erotic Touch and The Orgasmic Yoga Institute, the major online resources for Sexological Bodyworkers.

The course fee does not include: food or accommodation at the intensive, transport to the intensive, or text books.

For more information contact:

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