MogaDao Seasonal Qigong – Online 13-Week Series

MogaDao Sacred Sexual Qigong: Online 8-Week Series

MogaDao Complete Autumnal Immersion: Qigong Series

September 26 – December 19
Online via Zoom
October 7 – December 4
Online via Zoom
September 26 – December 19
Online via Zoom

A Gateless Writing Retreat for the Salmon Spawn

Fall to Winter: From Exhale to Stillness

October 18 – 21
Vernonia, Oregon
November 13 – December 18
Online via Zoom

MogaDao Sacred Daoist Sexuality Mini-Workshop

September 20
Ashland, Oregon

MogaDao Seasonal Qigong – Online 13-Week Series

September 26 – December 19
Online via Zoom

MogaDao Sacred Sexual Qigong: Online 8-Week Series

October 7 – December 4
Online via Zoom

MogaDao Complete Autumnal Immersion: Qigong Series

September 26 – December 19
Online via Zoom

A Gateless Writing Retreat for the Salmon Spawn

October 18 – 21
Vernonia, Oregon

Fall to Winter: From Exhale to Stillness

November 13 – December 18
Online via Zoom

 

“The doors to the world of the wild Self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.”

— Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

 

I am a guide and a keeper of the sacred.

Educator. Writer. Healer. Speaker.

I create spaces for the work and expression of the soul through wilderness immersion, sacred sexuality programs, creative writing retreats and salons, Qigong practices, and campus sex education. The Elemental Self is an ecosystem, a living body of work.

 

 

“Sarah is courageously shifting the way we think about, talk about, and experience sexuality. The depth of her knowledge is remarkable, as is her capacity to shed light in dark, uncharted places. She does so with compassion and urgency I find infectious.”

— Women’s Sexuality Workshop, Boulder CO

 

 

Good Sex Isn’t About Knowing What You’re Doing

TEDxVail

Sex On Campus: How We’re Missing The Mark

TEDxStLouisWomen

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