You are your primary sex partner, your first lover.
Sexual Self-Pleasure is your connection to this most primary of your sexual relationships. It is the doorway to deeper erotic connection with self and other. How we “do ourselves” can show us so much about who we are sexually, where our joy lives, how to access it and how to become better and better lovers to ourselves, others, and the earth.
Reclaiming Self-Pleasure as one of our primary practices of becoming embodied, deeply compassionate and whole. It is also a deep act of social revolution. In a culture that consistently encourages us to be disconnected from our bodies and to either repress our sexuality or look outside ourselves for our clues about how to “be” sexually, conscious Self-Pleasure is the first frontier for re-claiming the grand and unique imprint of ourselves as erotic beings.
During our talk we will cover:
- Cultural/Popular views on Self-Pleasure
- How to develop a Self-Pleasure practice for healing
- The difference between masturbation and Self-Pleasure
- ReWilding sex and taking Self-Pleasure out of the bedroom!
- Working with shame, resistance and personal history regarding Self-Pleasure
- Using Self-Pleasure to aim loving nurturance towards yourself.
- Using Self-Pleasure to deepen eroticism with your partner.
- Self-Pleasure in community & the art of witnessing
- Creating more body awareness/honoring through Self-Pleasure
Join us for a spirited evening of taking pleasure into your own hands!
Date: February 23, 2015
Time: 7-9 pm
Where: 383 E. Main Street (Love Revolution)
Cost: $10 Reserve Now
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Victor Warring and Elena Zubulake are somatically-based intimacy, sexuality, and relationship guides and educators. Their combined background draws from Somatic Psychology, Sexological Bodywork and Education, Contact Improvisation, Massage, Indigenous Community Ritual, Anthropology, Theatre, the Red Tent Movement, and Contemplative Body-mind Practices. They both graduated from Naropa University in Boulder Colorado, and they currently live and work in intentional community in Little Applegate, Oregon.