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Are you ready to banish your shame and fear, and feel confident nude (or in your skimpies), whatever your age or size?



Would you love to feel more confident naked (or in skimpy clothes) – be that in the bedroom, on the beach, or at an 'adult party'?

Or maybe overall nudity feels fine, but you couldn't bear to look at your genitals in a hand-mirror (vulva-owners I am talking to you...!).

Wherever you are in your confidence journey, if you feel there's still progress to make, this workshop is for you. Watch and learn from my presentation, and have a pen and paper to hand for the opportunities to apply concepts to your own unique self.

  • Understand where your beliefs around nudity come from

  • Learn strategies to see differently

  • Use arousal science to boost your confidence

  • Get comfortable with your genitals

  • Learn top tips from someone who spent over a decade getting naked professionally 

Includes the number one confidence trick I learnt through my years on-stage as one of London's top striptease artists, and in front of the camera as a nude model.

The workshop includes a resource list of the books, talks and studies I refer to.

PLEASE NOTE: There is no nudity from me in the workshop, but sexual topics and genitals are talked about explicitly and there are photographs of vulvas and penises.

Ruth Ramsay, Adult Sex Educator and Coach, topless and showing her latitude spine tattoo

"I am a swimmer and a runner and have a good relationship with my body, but feel very shy when it comes to getting naked in the bedroom. I have always found this confusing and frustrating. How To Feel Confident Naked really hit the nail on the head with so many of the concepts Ruth shared - lot of 'OMG why didn't I think of that?' moments. One of those was the 'could you pick your vulva out of a line-up of photos?' question - I went and got a hand mirror and had a good look as soon as the presentation ended!"


Dominique, 38

B​UY ACCESS NOW FOR £18 / ~$23

In purchasing you are consenting to receiving a link to an educational presentation which explicitly mentions sex and contains photographs of genitals. One link per buyer, access for one month.

  • Who is The Passion8 Programme for?
    Everyone who wants to improve their sex life, whatever their gender, orientation or relationship status. You do need to be coming from a place of "I'm not satisfied and I feel there is more for me..." or similar, not from a place of unresolved trauma. If you feel held back by something you've not had the support to deal with, you need to address that first, with therapy or counselling. Coaching (which is what Passion8 is) works for people who are ready and able to take active steps forward, but want/need support in doing so.
  • "I'm currently single - is there any point in doing Passion8 now?"
    Being single is actually a GREAT time for this. You can be super-honest with yourself about what you want and need, without taking a partner into account. Imagine going into your next encounter or relationship empowered with that knowledge, along with the communication skills the course will teach you?
  • "I'd love to do the course, but my partner won't be up for it"
    I've seen relationships transformed by one partner taking the course (typically a female partner in a heterosexual relationship who hasn't necessarily told her boyfriend/husband that she's even doing the course...). Sometimes it takes one partner to be brave and take a step like this initially alone.
  • "Will I have to do a full-moon dance, buy a crystal yoni egg, and other woo-woo stuff?"
    No! The Passion8 Programme uses coaching methodology and is based around verbal and written exercises and learning. Of course if singing, dancing and crystals are your thing, you're welcome to add those. The course supports you in finding what’s right for YOU.
  • "Are there practical exercises? I don't think I'm ready for that"
    No, there are no practical exercises or homework. There is plenty that may inspire you to explore practically! - but that's entirely up to you, at your own pace.
  • "Something bad happened to me and I haven't been able to enjoy intimacy since. Will this course help?"
    The fact you're even considering this course suggests you're on a path of healing, which is great. However, coaching is suited to people who are ready to look positively into their future and take active steps forward. If trauma from the past holds you back, then counselling/therapy with a trained psychotherapist is a better first step. [In the UK, mental health charity MIND has a comprehensive list of support organisations. Search engines will help you find similar in other countries.]
  • “What if I have questions during the course – do I get 1-2-1 time with you?”
    I am available throughout the course on email to answer quick questions (ones that will take me less than ten minutes to reply to). If you need more in-depth support, you can arrange a 1-2-1 session with me at a special Passion8 members' rate.
  • “What if I sign up, then am disappointed?”
    If you engage fully with the course, and at the end don't feel it has had any beneficial effect on your sexual life, I'll give you your course fee back (see T&Cs for more on this here). Note - no-one has ever taken me up on this, in fact I often get told after just a couple of modules that the course fee has already been wort every penny!
  • "Do I get access to the materials after the course ends?"
    Yes, you get access to the video presentations for four additional weeks. You can download the workbooks and resource lists to keep forever.
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