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Sunday, 26 July 2020

Sexual healer apologises to followers who paid up to $290 for a seven-week 'orgasm course' and a special stone 'sex egg' but got nothing in return

  • Charlena Barry charged people up to $290 for a seven-week orgasm course
  • The online course promised to help women achieve 'out of this world orgasms'
  • She also promised a stone 'Yoni Egg' vaginal insert for 'powerful orgasms'
  • But customers claim Ms Barry never delivered on the course or the Yoni Eggs
  • The sex healer later apologised to customers and said she is giving refunds
  • Weeks later, Ms Barry is once again running the course on donations instead 
A 'sexual healer' has been accused of ripping off people who paid for hundreds of dollars for the 'Here She Comes' orgasm course and egg-shaped vaginal inserts.  
Charlena Barry, who goes by Charlena Ishani online, charged people up to $290 for the online course consisting of seven weekly video lectures on how to achieve 'insane, mind blowing, out of this world orgasms'. 
The package also included a 'Yoni Egg' made out of stone, which can be inserted into the vagina to 'help women achieve powerful orgasms and sexual confidence'. 
But customers claim Ms Barry, who is from Perth but now lives in Bali, never delivered on the course or the Yoni Eggs last month, according to The West Australian. 
Perth-born woman Charlena Barry (pictured), who goes by Charlena Ishani online, charged people up to $290 for the online course consisting of seven weekly video lectures on how to achieve 'insane, mind blowing, out of this world orgasms'
Perth-born woman Charlena Barry (pictured), who goes by Charlena Ishani online, charged people up to $290 for the online course consisting of seven weekly video lectures on how to achieve 'insane, mind blowing, out of this world orgasms'
The package also included a 'Yoni Egg' made out of stone, which can be inserted into the vagina to 'help women achieve powerful orgasms and sexual confidence'
The package also included a 'Yoni Egg' made out of stone, which can be inserted into the vagina to 'help women achieve powerful orgasms and sexual confidence'
Ms Barry apologised to her customers with an Instagram post on June 5. 
'To all the women affected by my lack of integrity, communication and financial situation. I want you you to know I'm deeply sorry and all refunds have been issued,' she wrote at the time. 
'If there is anyone who hasn't received a refund, please send me a DM (direct message) and I will respond and action immediately.' 
A few months before, Ms Barry said 'communication is sexy' in an Instagram post that boasted how she and her partner Oliver are open and honest with each other. 
'We are both well equipped with clear and honest communication,' she wrote. 
Customers claim Ms Barry, who now lives in Bali, never delivered on the course or Yoni Egg vaginal inserts last month, according to The West Australian
Customers claim Ms Barry, who now lives in Bali, never delivered on the course or Yoni Egg vaginal inserts last month, according to The West Australian
But less than two months after the apology, Ms Barry is now once again offering the same 'Here She Comes' course, which is due to kick off on August 5. 
Instead of charging hundreds of dollars this time, the sexual healer is running the course on donations. 
Once again it promises 'weekly video lectures on the seven types of orgasms and how to achieve them' and a 'guided Yoni Egg journey'. 
The Yoni Eggs are also available for purchase on her website for $90 each. 
Ms Barry sits naked by the water. Less than two months after apologising, Ms Barry is now once again offering the same 'Here She Comes' course, which is due to kick off on August 5
Ms Barry sits naked by the water. Less than two months after apologising, Ms Barry is now once again offering the same 'Here She Comes' course, which is due to kick off on August 5
In a statement given to The West Australian, Ms Barry said she has learnt from her mistakes.
'Sharing my experiences with others is my passion and learning through my past mistakes is and has always driven me to become a more humbled and refined version of myself. This experience is no exception,' she said.   
'I am offering Here She Comes as a donation based online course so that financial restraints aren't an issue for anyone who wants to join. 
'The course was already pre-recorded so all the content will be uploaded and participants will be able to access it straight away.' 
Ms Barry is the sister of former Bardot member Chantelle Barry.
Ms Barry plays the guitar. In a statement given to The West Australian, Ms Barry said she has learnt from her mistakes
Ms Barry plays the guitar. In a statement given to The West Australian, Ms Barry said she has learnt from her mistakes

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