Keeley Rankin, featured in publications like Huffpo and Oprah Magazine, calls herself a pleasure advocate and a sexy-preneur. Keeley is a sex and relationship coach based in San Francisco, California. She works with individuals and couples who want to embrace their innate desires, build sexual confidence, and fully realize their sexual potential.
Keeley received her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. She’s trained in Hakomi Therapy and Recreation of the Self. For seven years, she worked closely with the world-renowned author and transpersonal psychotherapist who coined the phrase ‘spiritual bypass’, John Welwood
She is an expert in male sexual struggles and created a Premature Ejaculation Mastery Video Course for men to learn to last longer in bed from the privacy of their own homes.
Keeley also specializes in facilitating deep erotic connections for couples. Pre-Covid, she would meet couples in Paris for the unique-extreme-sexy-connected date night – private sessions aimed to prep the couple for an evening at a sex club.
Keeley has featured on some of the top podcasts in her niche and is well respected in the podcast industry.
Quoted in 4 different Huffington Post 4 articles, as well as Oprah Magazine.
Featured in Huffington – The Thought Pattern That May Be Keeping You From Really Great Sex.
Featured in Huffington – 10 Sex Tips You Haven’t Heard A Million Times Before.
Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Trained in Hakomi Therapy and Recreation of the Self.
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10 QUESTIONS THAT KEELEY CAN BE ASKED
1. Why did you become a sex coach?
2. Can you treat premature ejaculation naturally?
3. What advices about sexual pleasure do you with the whole world would take into account?
4. How can people have great sex over their lifetimes?
5. What are the first steps someone could take if they are not sexually satisfied?
6. When do you know if you need professional help vs just reading a book?
7. How do you find a sexual practioner?
8. Does non monogamy work?
9. What is the orgasm trap?
10. How important are looks?
4 IN-DEPTH TOPICS THAT KEELEY CAN DISCUSS
1. Premature Ejaculation — after years of working with countless men who struggle to last as long as they want in bed, I uncovered a 5-step system that takes men into their pleasure and guides them to lasting as long as they want. With a desire to reach more men with helpful treatment options (and a lot of pressure from my clients) I created a Premature Ejaculation Mastery Video Course for men to purchase from anywhere in the world.
I imagine we could discuss all things control related. That goes for ED, and delayed orgasm…also for female bodies. I can give your listeners some tools, tips and normalize this very, very common and disheartening struggle.
2. Preparing for Sex Clubs — (Covid… put a cramp in the travel but it would be great to start chatting about this now that we are able to easily travel again) I meet couples in Paris for what I call ‘Before and After Sessions’; a unique, extreme, sexy & connected date night. Essentially, I help couples get ready to head to a sex club and celebrate/process whatever comes up after, so the experience can feel like a success no matter what.
Non-monogamy is a heavy, big, and popular topic. I would love to talk with your audience about how to start to explore in a healthy and deeply connected way to have the most pleasurable experiences possible.
3. Finding the right sexual practitioner — I believe all people would benefit from even just a few sessions focused on their sexuality, don’t you? I imagine we could have an interesting talk, learning from one another and expanding your listeners views of the topic. Maybe help get a few people into the door of a healer to make the world a healthier and sexier place! I recently took on some mentees and have been thinking alot about what makes a good sexual practitioner (coach, therapist, energy worker).
Also, I think it is super helpful to talk about how you know when you’re in the wrong practitioner’s office; empowering people to advocate for their personal growth work in an educated way.
4. Orgasm Trap — I love to discuss all things pleasure related- and the orgasm trap is one of the most common struggles i come across with people trying to connect with themselves. It’s essentially chasing the orgasm, vs being present the moment to moment experiences. I believe discussing this topic openly can illuminate for many people why sex can sometimes feel dull, disconnect or not as interesting as it once was.