Goddess Temple is made up of a mother and daughter team, namely Hersh Clarchick and her daughter
Corynna Clarke. The two started this site to promote Tantric healing services in California but it is designed to market Corynna clark and set up advertising services for women or men who wish to market themselves on the internet so people can find them.
No one's personal educational background is checked however and the two are more concerned with who can pay them the right amount of money. Initially the site advertising package began at the rate of $600 but even then the site had huge imperfections and links, banners, texts and pictures were constantly rearranged by the site owner Corynna clark.
Sometimes advertisers complained that their pictures from their personal picture galleries were used for Corynna's site Unveiled.net so she could use the advertisers naked pictures for her membership only website and not give credit to the goddesses who could have traded free advertising for these pictures. [continued below]....
She raised her price dramatically from $600 per year to $1,000 per year but the site underwent major changes and all the advertisers were missing testimonials. For the amount of money that was spent the service quality went down and goddesses lost the chance to attract the right clientale.
People calling expected services similar to an escort service rather than a healing art or educational practice.
Two years ago I participated in a workshop but when I received the news that my father died that weekend I decided against participating in any upcoming classes and the owner of the site penalized me by removing my banner even though we had a banner exchange already set up. She then decided to give me only two usable months of ad time even though I participated in a photo shoot in exchange for six months of ad time.
Corynna and her mother have an odd habit of penalizing advertisers rather than treating them fairly or in a professional way. The site itself is meant to market Corynna and her clients usually post reviews of her services in a venue known as The Erotic Review which is a message board that promotes prostitution and not healing services.
Steer away from this site if you are serious about getting your healing services out there. The site is geared towards hobbyists seeking a prostitute and not a student seeking a healing of tantric yoga.