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Episode #143 ~ Sex Coach on Purpose

Sex & Intimacy Coach, Kim Switnicki has over 25 years experience speaking with women and couples about sex and sexuality. Kim started Lioness for Lovers in 1998, after spending several years as the “go to girl” for answers on sex and sexuality, coupled with her thirst for knowledge and her life-long passion and pursuit of sexual discovery.

 

Kim’s passion is to help women who want to explore their sensual selves and want to discover who they are as women. Kim offers public speaking engagements and smaller private functions on a wide-variety of sexuality topics. Kim’s education includes counseling, coaching and sex therapy courses. She’s currently a member of the SIECCAN and International Coach Federation and is accredited by them as an ACC (Associate Certified Coach) as an Intimacy Coach. She also offers tele-seminars, articles, seminars, workshops and other resources to help you have the best sex ever or to say ‘no thanks’ and have it be okay with both of you! She is the author of G-Spot PlayGuide: 7 Simple Steps to G-Spot Heaven.

Kim was Lynn’s guest on Living on Purpose on CHLY in December 2008 for this 40 minute conversation which included contributions from listeners.

Kim's website is LionessForLovers.com

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