The Certificate in Sexological Bodywork
The World’s Leading Facilitator Training for Somatic Sex Educators
The Certificate in Sexological Bodywork is a professional training for somatic sex educators that also offers a profound learning experience for people interested in their own erotic development.
The training provides direct experiential learning opportunities in how to use a client-centered approach to empower, educate and support people to become more knowledgeable, attuned to and aware of their bodies, sex and sexuality, or work through sexual issues or concerns.
The training is taught somatically, and emphasizes session structure, embodied skills, professional practice, ethics and boundaries, and group facilitation. People come out of the training with a clear structure for conducting sessions for individuals, couples, and groups, as well as fundamental skills in somatic sexology and a broad understanding of the knowledge underpinning effective practice.
Participants learn a variety of Sexological Bodywork modalities, including active receiving, anal touch, internal and external genital mapping, breathwork, scar tissue remediation, and Orgasmic Yoga coaching. Furthermore, participants experience how humans learn sex—through mindful, self-directed practice over time.
This Sexological Bodywork training makes use of online learning, video conferences, home erotic practice sessions, video demonstrations, supervised practicum, and communal practice.
Uma speaks with Cyrhs about his experience on the training:
“The single most empowering and integrative experience I’ve ever had both for my professional and personal practice.”
Certificate in Sexological Bodywork, Australia 2018
Course Dates for Australia 2018
Module one: Online Group Study September 14 to November 9
Module two: Embodiment Intensive November 12 to November 24
Module three: Supervised Sessions December 1 to March 31, 2019
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 for the Australian training are in Australian dollars, and include GST
The training is non-residential in Byron Bay. Participants provide their own food and accommodation. Byron Bay offers a wide range of choice for different budgets.
“The CSB course is genius – it works at so many levels at once … is challenging and demanding … and life-changing, and can really prepare you for being a somatic sex education pioneer in this exciting and ground-breaking field.”
Certificate in Sexological Bodywork, Benelux, 2019
Course Dates for BeNeLux 2019
Module one: Online Group Study February 15 to April 12
Module two: Embodiment Intensive April 15 to April 26
Module three: Supervised Sessions May 1 to July 31
Super Early Bird Price: €5000 for full payment before February 28, 2018.
Early Bird Price: €5300 for full payment before September 30, 2018.
Full price: €5700 for full payment by January 31, 2019
The course fee includes, all tuition, taxes, and three meals a day during the embodiment intensive at Venwoude Retreat Centre in the Netherlands
The embodiment intensive for the BeNeLux training is residential.
Single room € 390
Double room € 320
Camper € 120
The accommodation fee includes all taxes (6%) and is for 11 nights.
For a copy of the full course description and the enrolment form for the Australian or BeNeLux trainings, please fill in the form below:
“Personally, the value (healing, embodiment, freedom) I experienced receiving sessions, and the experience facilitating sessions and groups was priceless. Feeling satisfied and grateful.”
The enrollment video has detailed information about what you need to do if taking the training. You can watch it here:
Trauma Statement – please read
Code of Ethics of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers – please read
Teachers of sexological bodywork:
“It is well structured, well timed. I liked the mixture of learning experiences and the emphasis on anatomy.”
“It’s very well organized and you start at your own level of knowledge and that’s completely valued and supported.”
“I would say that it is the most comprehensive and well thought out program I have attended and would advise them that it is the “one” to do should they wish to develop their skills in this field of work. Material grounded, training solid.”
The Institute of Somatic Sexology welcomes diversity in race, gender, sexuality, physical ability and life experience.