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ScottCluthe’s Positively Incorrect
Scott Cluthe takes a closer look at what’s got Jane so frustrated when he talks with Sheri Winston – CNM, RN, BSN, LMT-Founder and Executive Director-The Center for the Intimate Arts.
Sheri Winston is an award-winning author, medical professional, and one of the United States’ leading sex teachers. She offers online classes and also teaches at venues ranging from conferences to educational institutions, and from sexuality boutiques to private gatherings, in the U.S. and elsewhere.
Winston’s 2010 book, Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure, won the 2010 Book of the Year award from AASECT (the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists). The educator and author Dr. Christiane Northrup has called it “the most comprehensive, user-friendly, practical and uplifting book on women’s sexuality I’ve ever read.”
Her Wholistic Sexuality™ curriculum has over 50 classes covering subjects such as orgasmic abundance for men and women, sex and relationship skills, and women’s reproductive health.
Winston’s journey to being a sex teacher began when she became a licensed massage therapist in 1980. This was the first of many times she was to study human anatomy. Soon after, she felt called to become a midwife and began assisting and apprenticing at home births. She then became a childbirth educator and doula. In order to become legally certified, she attended nursing school at SUNY/Stony Brook and graduated valedictorian, summa cum laude, receiving her BSN (Bachelor’s degree in Science of Nursing) and becoming a RN (registered nurse). She then attended midwifery school for her graduate education, becoming a certified nurse-midwife and gynecology nurse-practitioner. Sheri’s also studied many forms of holistic healing including herbalism, energy healing, bodywork, guided imagery and counseling as well as a variety of sacred sexuality traditions.