Lisa Frize, community member
In 2017, Dr. Katharina Weitkamp headed research on the effects of Self:Cervix conducted at the Hamburg Medical School.
“We found that stimulation of the cervix caused a significant decrease in anxiety, depression, and somatisation. The practise also was effective in decreasing pain and increasing arousal and desire. The perception of the female genitals was more positive compared to the control group. Additionally, in-depth interviews revealed that women who took this course felt more self-compassion and empowerment.”
Dr. Katharina Weitkamp – Hamburg Medical School
"I learnt that this beautiful body is able to show me so much and it is unlimited and potential has just been huge." – Carla
"I knew a lot about my vagina and my womb but not really my cervix. I developed a much deeper relationship to it and opened up a whole new universe." – Anandi
"I discovered my cervix was very numb and I've learnt through Self:Cervix just how much sensation and pleasure is available." – Sam
"This should be in elementary school, basic in every woman's upbringing and knowledge. It's a way of caring for ourselves before having to go to a doctor to figure it out." – Juli