About A’magine

Formerly known as Amy Jo Goddard, I’ve been a sexual empowerment coach and educator for over 20 years.

I’ve helped thousands of people improve their lives, boost their confidence, learn the art of asking for what they want, step into their power, learn to radically love their bodies, show up as emotionally powerful in their relationships, rock-star their mid-life with the best sex ever, and put in perspective and practice the very real and important role sexuality was meant to play in their lives.

I hope you’ll join me on the journey of a lifetime.

My Books

In a cultural landscape that defines achievement in terms of the workplace and the family, and that judges women’s worth by superficial standards of beauty, sexuality is often overlooked as an essential piece of women’s power. In Woman on Fire, Amy Jo Goddard lays out her holistic, inside-out approach to sexual empowerment–one that examines sexuality not only in terms of what happens in the bedroom, but through a lens of personal power and the erotic energy that is at our core.
For men, the intimate workings of the female body have long remained one of the great mysteries of the universe. What gives her the most pleasure? Where should you be touching her – and how? Fortunately, there are some people who can offer men the empirical knowledge gained from a lifetime of pleasing women – and getting pleased by them. This frank, frolicsome, and wonderfully illuminating book draws on the sexual advice and sex secrets of lesbians to help men become better lovers.

“A’magine’s enthusiasm and warmth are infectious. I hosted two workshops with A’magine, and both were great successes because of the eclectic crowd that she drew and the conversations that emerged. She can convince anyone to speak openly about challenging issues, and do so in a way that makes them forget that subjects like sex or body image are often uncomfortable. Given her ability to put people at ease, the honesty and depth that emerges in her workshops is extraordinary. She tackled hard issues with grace and humor, and I knew after our first workshop that we had to invite her for a second round.”

AMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUX

PRESIDENT OF SEX TALK, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY