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Pathways To Your Pleasure - Online

When:

Mon 10 Aug 2020, 8:00pm–9:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: thecuriouscreatures

Pathways to your Pleasure is an online, guided self-pleasure practice.

During the COVID-19 pandemic many of us are experiencing solitude, stress, anxiety and fear. In a time that we’re losing intimate connection with others, exploring and enlivening our intimate connection with ourselves could not be more important for our well-being.

This 1.5 hour online practice is an embodied guided pleasure meditation, to discover new and wonderful ways to experience pleasure, with yourself. Tess will take us through varied forms of touch, breath, movement and mindfulness techniques through a verbally guided session. This is a chance to explore your body and genitals slowly, curiously and with no agenda. The aim is to discover and ignite more pleasure pathways for your ongoing home self-pleasure practice.

The first half-hour is clothes on, for a meet & greet and the host intro’ing how it will all work.

After setting up your space and taking a quick break, all videos and microphones are off (except the host!) so you may drop into a personal embodied self-pleasure practice, verbally guided by your facilitator, Tess.

After which, we all come back together (clothes on) for a debrief.

What’s ‘embodied?’ Essentially it is a way to further connect your mind to your body and also its’ pleasure using breath, sound, movement and touch. Tess is a neuroscience geek so will hold back on going into the (amazing) details here, but more pleasure pathways can be created if we give our body and mind a chance to connect them.

What’s the goal? Tess’ goal is to offer a guided form of self-touch to help you explore and find new ways of pleasure you may have not yet discovered. To allow you to explore yourself with no expectation, and perhaps get some wonderful new techniques for your own self-pleasuring.

All genital configurations and all genders are most welcome here.

This is not a self pleasuring circle, nor is it a space for full-frontal self-pleasuring with a camera on. This is a guided, personal experience. This session is not about reaching orgasm or any type of climax, it is about exploring pathways to your pleasure (but if you happen to orgasm, of course that’s welcome).

Facilitator: Tess

Pathways to your Pleasure is presented by Tess (from Curious Creatures and ConnectAble Therapies). Tess is an experienced facilitator in sexuality and self-development who has been co-facilitating for Curious Creatures for over three years. They are also a qualified occupational therapist with a deep passion for, and experience working in, sexuality in neurological rehabilitation and disability, in community and clinical settings.

This is one of ~30 workshops offered by Curious Creatures (Australia’s biggest provider in the field). If you’re interested in this event you may want to check out ‘Fun Little Sex Games’, ‘Adventurous Touch and Intimacy’, ‘The Forest: Touch & Embodiment Ritual’ and the ‘Curiosity’ workshop and play-space.

Or online workshop, ‘Pathways to your Anal Pleasure’.

See all in-person and online workshops (see workshops page).

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