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Allison Keller, B.S., B.A.


Accepting, welcoming, passionate

I help people learn about how they can have the best sex possible for them, connect with partners, and feel their best through education and pleasure-centered somatic work. 

I became a coach because I live for my “Ah-Ha!” moments and I want everyone to be able to experience them. Some people are still finding the courage and confidence to be capable of bringing those moments to fruition. And some people give up entirely on allowing themselves to find actualization and quit before they can discover the magic that inherently lives inside them, waiting to be ignited.

I want to change that! That's why I want to accompany people on their journey to ignition and discovery, help to tackle challenges, and find their magic. 

I am inherently open-minded, accepting, non-judgemental, optimistic, and always ready to be challenged. I hold myself to the highest standards of honesty and accountability as core moral values and I strive to become the best version of myself every single day. I let the positivity and joie de vivre guide me and set the pattern for my work as a coach.

About Me

Whether you’re here to discover parts of yourself, discover more magic in your relationships, metamorphose your sex life, discover more passion, love yourself and your body, or to discover the magic of sex toys and different kinds of sex, or anything else, you’ve come to the right place. 

Find and embrace your sexy self. Become magical.

Become Sextraordinary!


As a peer educator through a volunteer organization called CREWS, I have discovered my passion for sex education that focuses on non-judgemental, fact-based, peer-to-peer conversations and the impact a healthy and safe sex life can have, especially for youth. If you want to learn more about how I found my passion in sex coaching, check out the About tab at the top of the page. 

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A Little Bit of (Cunni)Lingo


-A term used to describe a sexual act such as intercourse, fellatio, and even masturbation. In the common English vernacular, “sex” is often referring to sexual intercourse, where one person inserts a penis into a vagina or anus. I want to broaden the way we think about sex, so I use the term much more liberally and to describe the many forms of sexual intimacy and pleasure humans can experience.

On this site, in conversations, and in workshops, you will hear me using words you may be unfamiliar with. There is a small dictionary below that will explain these words and their definitions. I use a variety of terms because I want everyone to feel accepted, no matter what they look, feel like, or identify as.


-A term used to describe sensations that bring joy and pleasure, not inherently sexual in nature. Another common English vernacular usage of this word is in terms of something that is sexual or pornographic. “Erotic” can actually mean something that brings pleasure to the senses, so I want to use it as such and begin to de-sexualize the way we think about pleasure.

Pleasure-centered somatic work

-I center my work around the experience of pleasure, meaning the sensation of enjoyment or gratification. Somatic refers to the body, and I center my work around bringing the most pleasure to the whole body as much as possible. 


-A term used to describe all of the external female genitalia (labia majora and minora or lips, clitoris, and opening of the vagina). Note that this is distinctly a different part of the body than the vagina itself, a common linguistic mistake.


One-on-One Sessions

A one-hour session with just me and you where we talk about all things sex, sexuality, etc. and get you where you want to be. These sessions do not include nudity or sexual acts. 


Group-based learning conversations based around a specific topic. All workshops are open to everyone, regardless of gender expression, gender identity, gender assigned at birth, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, or religious background. All workshops are open to all ages - I recommend youngsters come along as well, at parent/guardian discretion. ​Workshops do not include any nudity or sexual acts. 

Couples Sessions

A one-hour session with me, you, and your partner(s) where we talk about all things sex, sexuality, etc. and get you all where you want to be. These sessions do not include nudity or sexual acts. 


If you’re looking for a sexy spice to add to your party, give me a call! For one to two hours, I’ll come to your party with my Bag O’ Goodies (hint: there’s A LOT of sex toys in there!) and you and your party-goers can sit back, relax, and learn a bit more about those weird things you’ve been seeing on Instagram but have no idea how they work. Like my workshops, these events are designed to be a hands-on learning experience where you get to touch and interact with all different types of toys. I offer Bags O’ Goodies for people with vulvas, people with penises, or a mix - just indicate which Bag O’ Goodies you want to show up and I’ll make it happen! 

Looking for something other than toys at your party? Look no further! If you’d prefer, I can bring my other Bag O’ Goodies (hint: there’s A LOT of kinky stuff in there!) full of handcuffs, ropes, chains, blindfolds, whips, paddles, riding crops, etc. that you can play with and learn all about how to whip yourself and/or partner(s) into shape for the experience of your life!

Non-Comprehensive List of Services

  • Finding pleasure

  • (Re)Discovering and increasing desire

  • Learning about your body and its functions

  • Learning about your sexuality

  • Healing from injury, procedures, or illnesses

    • Prostatectomy  ​

    • Giving birth

    • Vaginismus 

    • Vasectomy

    • Hysterectomy

    • Others

  • Education about sex toys, kinks, bondage, etc. 

  • De-stigmatizing sex, sexuality, and intimacy

  • Soon-to-be-married and newly wed sex coaching 

  • Teen/tween sex and sexuality coaching and education

  • Intersex, asexual, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender (LGBTQIA+) topics, education, and coaching

And so much more!

Image by Lucrezia Carnelos
“The day you were born, your body was a cause for celebration, for love without condition, and that’s just as true today as it was then.”

Emily Nagoski, Ph.D. 

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