What is The OASIS?
In reality, an oasis is a fertile space in the middle of the desert where caravans of travelers go to rest, get resourced, and then go back out on their journey.
Certainly, the “real world” is like a desert when it comes to accurate sexuality education. People are alone, thirsty for a village of other travelers who are on the same journey, looking for the same information.
The Oasis is a virtual place where you will find a community of people like you will find information, education, support, and encouragement.JOIN THE WAITLIST
What do you get?
(covering sexuality and other crowdsourced topics).
Each month we focus on a specific topic. These will be taught by me. The training is easy to follow and will help you get your desired result (You will have access to the archives of recorded classes).
Cheatsheets, checklists, and guides.
You’ll receive a worksheet customized to that specific topic.
Live Q & A group coaching sessions/hot seats.
At the end of each month, we’ll have a group coaching call via zoom to answer all of your questions related to the topic. Or you can ask questions that you are struggling with in your life. (also recorded)
Invited in just for you to answer the issues you want to dive deeper into for that topic.
Exclusive Online Group (tentative*).
In this group, you will get feedback, motivation, support, resources, and accountability you want. This group will eliminate the loneliness and isolation you feel about this topic. This community cares.
Access to the database of nearly 1k questions and answers over the years. You can even submit a question of your own (anonymously, if you prefer).
*Location of the Online Community
Let’s crowdsource where this online community will be hosted. It’s a tough one for me; asking you to come to a new platform when you’re already on another one? Grr. Founding members will help determine this.
Meet Dr. Lanae
Lanae St.John is an SF Bay Area-based board-certified sexologist, certified sex coach, educator, and author of Read Me: A Parental Primer for “The Talk”.
Whether teaching a workshop, working with clients, or reaching audiences through her writing, Lanae is using her knowledge and training of human sexuality to normalize conversations about sexuality, boundaries, respect, tolerance, and consent.
She’s also the mother of two daughters, so she’s got first-hand knowledge about how to navigate issues of sexuality as a parent, and uses that experience to help her clients on these issues.