On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk for Women Radio Show: Sheri Winston, sex teacher, author, founder and executive director of The Center for the Intimate Arts joined women’s talk radio host Irina Wardas
Holistic Radio Show Topic for Discussion: Wholistic Women’s Sexuality and Hands-on Healing Techniques.
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Sheri Winston is one of the country’s most respected teachers on women’s sexuality. Her specialized knowledge is derived in large measure from her two-decade career as a certified nurse-midwife and gynecological practitioner. She has been a sex teacher for a decade and is the founder and executive director of the Center for the Intimate Arts. She teaches at educational institutions, women’s conferences, sexuality boutiques, and other venues. Her book, Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure, has been called “the best book I have ever read on women’s sexuality.
Sheri’s journey began when she became a licensed massage therapist in 1980. She soon discovered that she felt called to become a midwife and began assisting and apprenticing at home births. That was rapidly followed by becoming a childbirth educator and doula (someone who provides professional labor support). In order to become a legal midwife, she attended nursing school and graduated valedictorian, summa cum laude, receiving her BSN (Bachelor’s degree in Science of Nursing) and becoming a RN (registered nurse). Finally, she attended midwifery school for her graduate education, becoming a certified nurse-midwife and gynecology nurse-practitioner.
Sheri is now retired from clinical practice to focus full time on teaching Workshops and Counseling through the Center for the Intimate Arts. She also lectures and makes appearances around the country to talk about sex and Wholistic Women’s Sexuality.
Shri Winston feels that life is for learning and believes that her current calling is to help transform our culture into one that celebrates sex as our vital life force, as a source of ecstasy, and as the glue and lubricant of delicious intimate relationships.
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Sheri is now retired from clinical practice to focus full time on teaching Workshops and Counseling through the Center for the Intimate Arts. She also lectures and makes appearances around the country to talk about sex and Wholistic Sexuality. Sheri believes her twenty years in women’s health care have given her an excellent foundation for women’s sexuality education and counseling, and formed her unique approach. She has also studied a wide variety of holistic healing modalities including integral health, herbalism, energy healing, psychological and emotional healing, women’s health, and many hands-on healing techniques.
Sex addiction—is this a real disease?
According to the New York Times, there has been an increase in caesarean births in the United States. Why the trend? What’s missing in the current analysis of this issue?
Recently there has been a boom in genital plastic surgery for women.Is this a positive trend or a disaster?
Breastfeeding in public is generally considered to be socially taboo. Why is that?
What are the three parts of a woman’s body even their gynecologists don’t know about?
Is a woman’s anatomy really that complicated?
Why were past medical professionals so grossly incorrect in their explanations and diagrams?
What are the five things you need to know that your gynecologist doesn’t?
Breathe, smile and be happy.
© Irina Wardas, HHC
Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition and Relationship Expert