“In human sexual behavior, foreplay is a set of emotionally and physically intimate acts between two or more people meant to create sexual arousal and desire for sexual activity.” – Wikipedia
You might actually be the best lover in the world, but if you aren’t clued in on when to do what, those techniques and attentions could go to waste. Based on her book, 4 Seasons in 4 Weeks, Suzanne Mathis McQueen will take us on a symbolic journey through the rhythmic sex drive of the woman and the importance of synchronizing with it for enhancing pleasure, desire, and satisfaction inside and outside of the bedroom. This female “compass” points out more than what her body wants to experience sexually—it fuels her day-to-day communication and intimacy desires. When met, those are the greatest aphrodisiacs of all, and only then will your best party trick be a real pleaser.
Using sun seasons and moon phases, as well as archetypes for women and men, this nontechnical and interactive workshop examines the underlying navigation system of the female hormonal experience—an easy, logical, and predictable sequence that is guaranteed to help you ride that sweet spot in your relationship, co-creating a deeply rich and organically sensuous connection that lasts.
Date: October 16, 2013
Location: Love Revolution Classroom at 111 East Main Street
Cost: $5-10 sliding scale
Contact us with any questions: email@example.com or call 541-201-2060
Suzanne Mathis McQueen is an author, speaker, and ceremonialist. Her book 4 Seasons in 4 Weeks is a non-technical and symbolic journey through the 28 days of the female hormonal rhythm, revealing a long-forgotten doctrine of core female power and wisdom—a predictable blueprint that is easy for anyone to understand.
Suzanne is also a trained indigenous ceremonialist for women’s circles. She is the Keeper of an ancient healing bowl, gifted to her in the Lakota way which she brings to gatherings for her Water Blessing Bowl Ceremony. Dedicated to changing the way the world views women by changing the way women view themselves, her passion is teaching girls and women, individually or in groups, about their personal visions and gifts, why they must know themselves better, what they deserve, and how they must change the world for the better. She is a mother of three terrific, grown kids, dances Hawaiian hula, and lives in Ashland, Oregon.