Sex Workshop and Classes

Available in the Portland, Oregon Area

Sex workshops or sex education classes can be a great idea for a Bachelorette/Bachelor party, Adult Birthday party, or Anniversary.

  • Cost: $35 per person
  • Minimum 10 people
  • 50% deposit to reserve the date
  • Workshop lasts approximately 1.5 hours

Foreplay 101:

Everyone wants a fuller, more fulfilling sexual experience. Discover new ways to enjoy full-body foreplay and engage your most important sex organ – your brain. From massage to dirty talk, participants will explore the whys and hows of arousal – and how to fan that spark into a flame!


Orgasm 101:

Orgasm. We all want one — or more than one, but how do we get it, and what is an orgasm anyway? In this interactive workshop, we explore “The Big O” and how to make it happen – better, stronger and more often – for you and your partner.  With special attention to the science behind how we climax, workshop attendees will discover different types of orgasms and how to approach orgasmic challenges.


Sex Toys 101:

What would happen if more people embraced sex toys as an exciting, integral part of their sexual play? More connected, satisfying sex and pleasure! But where to start? In Sex Toys 101, we take toy myths down one by one and focus on safer toy use. This workshop goes on to introduce all the different types of sex toys – and helps match you with your perfect toy – whether you are a beginner or advanced user.


Genitals versus Sex Organs 101:

Technically, genitals (reproductive organs) are primary sex organs, and all of the affiliated components unrelated to reproduction are secondary sex organs. In the medical literature, these different components are lumped together for various understandable reasons. In the realm of sexual pleasure, though, they are completely separate – and while some of these pleasure zones are connected with our genitals, our “secondary” sex organs are not all located between our legs.


Kegels 101:

Most of us have heard of Kegel exercises, named for the late Dr. Arnold Kegel who developed the exercise in 1948. These exercises aid in strengthening the pelvic floor, which is the grouping of muscles that aid in childbirth, as well as bladder and bowel function and control. According to some of the available statistics, anywhere from 50-60% of people do them incorrectly. Did you know that there are different types of equipment that can help isolate the pelvic floor muscles? Did you know that, done correctly, Kegel exercises can also improve internal sexual sensation?


Oral Sex 101:

If fellatio (aka a “blow job”) is what automatically comes to mind when you think about oral sex, then I’m here to help expand your horizons. Oral sex is not, according to sexuality research, generally perceived as “real” sex, because its purpose is unrelated to reproduction. This perception is a misnomer, though, as any sensual act where bodily fluids are exchanged is “real” sex. Further, there is more to oral sex than one person’s mouth and another person’s sex organs. Much, much more…!


Paraphilia (aka Kink) 101:

Many (if not most) of us are familiar with the “50 Shades” trilogy, which brought the world of kink into mainstream awareness. Not quite as well-known is the fact that the portrayal of BDSM in the trilogy was not entirely accurate, nor that BDSM is only one small part of the world of kink. In this workshop, I will introduce you to some of the various paraphilias (which are often considered “abnormal” desires in the sexual realm). Although some kinks are perceived as “strange,” in this workshop we will explore just how common they are, and discuss the differences between sensual fantasy and practical realities, with enthusiastic consent and pleasure as the foundation for discussion and improved understanding.

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Pleasure and Prevention 101:

The exploration of sexual pleasure brings with it certain risks, just as with almost every other facet of our lives. As with anything else, there are ways to mitigate the risks of becoming pregnant (or impregnating someone) and contracting or spreading sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Beyond basic preventive methods (most people automatically think of condoms), there are several other strategies to pursue sexual pleasure while engaging in safer sexual practices. And safe sex IS sexy! *This workshop is intended primarily for single people and/or people not in an exclusive or committed sexual relationship.


Sex and the Human Sensory System 101:

Did you know that the words “sense” and “sensual” have the same origin? From the late Latin “sensus” (defined as “sensation, feeling, meaning”), there is a distinct connection between our physical senses and our sensuality. Most of us learned about the sensory system in grade school: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. These different senses are all tied together via our neural pathways and connected through our brains. In other words, our brain is arguably our single-most important sex organ. In this workshop, we will explore how each of our senses is connected with our sensuality.


Sex and Pregnancy 101:

While only one specific sex act (in its several possible positions) can result in pregnancy, often after becoming pregnant, the act that results in that condition also becomes the act that is largely avoided. There are myriad reasons for this avoidance, most of which are archaic (and largely obsolete) social and societal constructs. Yet these ideas persist and contribute to unnecessary fears about engaging in sensual pleasure after becoming pregnant, and predominantly after becoming visibly pregnant. It’s time to put these fears to rest, and return to the understanding that sexual pleasure is about more than reproduction, even (and perhaps especially) for those of us who are pregnant.