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Me Too – Wheel Of Consent taster evening

A safe space open to those who identify as female.

Mon 15 Jan 2018, 18.00 – 21.00

Venue: TBC, Takaka, Golden Bay, NZ

For more details, or to book your place:

Email: contact@buried-pleasure.com

Tel: 0275029310

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Read more about how the Wheel of Consent works here. Or find out more about Michael

Ever found yourself enduring rather than enjoying touch? Or given someone touch you wanted to recieve yourself because you didn’t know how to ask for it?

In intimate situations we can allow ourselves to be coerced into something in the mistaken assumption it is consensual. We can misconstrue something we do to another person as something we do for them.

Every exchange has a giver, and a receiver, someone doing, and someone being done to. But, contrary to what we’re used to thinking, the giver and doer are not necessarily the same person!

The Wheel Of Consent is a simple, powerful, tool which can help you:

  • understand what your body feels,
  • communicate what your body wants,
  • do what your body enjoys.

Join Embodied Intimacy Coach Michael Dresser for this relaxed session introducing the basics of the Wheel, using non-erotic, clothed touch. Expand your curiosity and connection to yourself as well as others, while learning about this essential tool for intimacy and life.

 

We are all born with the instinct to breathe, to move, and to make sound.

We are all born into a body, with a mind of our own, and a unique spirit.

Our ability to touch and be touched, both physically and emotionally, is what weaves all these parts of us together.

If you’d like to learn more tools to listen to, understand and communicate what your body needs, contact me

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