In 2015, a Tantric bodyworker had his finger on my cervix.
This is not my preferred way to introduce myself on the internet to the entire world. But I do it for a good cause.
So back in 2015, Matt Schwenteck had his finger on my cervix during a healing session. What I didn’t realise was that my cervix would become the focus of the session. I also didn’t realise that this session would change the course of my life.
There, on a hot day in Bali, I discovered my cervix was numb.
As a sexologist and sex nerd, I know the cervix to be a powerful place of pleasure so I was determined to transform it. After eight months of work, play and exploration, my cervix began to feel and my orgasmic capacity shifted tremendously. Today, I’m joined by 3000 other women who are all interested in healing, learning and exploring the powerful and magical gateway of the cervix.
May your cervixes be the portals of bliss they were made to be.
If you’d like to apply for a scholarship, email us firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: scholarship.
Scholarship applications must be received one month prior to each journey – March 1, August 1.
Everyone who has a cervix deserves to experience this medicine. We know this is not always possible when money is a roadblock. So as a community we’re here to support those who don’t have the means to do this work. We offer a number of mutually beneficial exchanges and scholarships for the Release journey.
People with Cervixes
Heal and awaken the cervix – releasing tension and blocks in order to feel more pleasure and ultimately orgasm.
Deepen self love and respect resulting in satisfying and nourishing sexual experiences.
Those Who Touch Them
Educate those who come into contact with cervixes to provide safe experiences that assist a woman in her own healing and orgasmic activation.
Create a culture of empowered consent.
Science and Medicine
Raise awareness within the medical profession regarding cervical innervation to prevent hasty medical procedures that result in trauma.
Bring more consent to invasive procedures by empowering women to become the authority in the doctor's office.