Our introduction to our sexuality was confusing & L-A-M-E.
I bet, like me, you learned at a young age that a good girl was chaste, and being too provocative or (gasp!) sexually curious was bad. So, you set off to be a good girl. But as we hit puberty, we saw the “good girls” getting zero attention from boys. Huh…okay, so now you have to be sexy so you can get a guy’s attention, but not too sexy because that’s bad—check. Shortly after that, you learned that sexual attention is not the only kind of attention you were looking for. You also wanted to feel cherished, respected, cared for, and protected. How were you supposed to get that? Maybe by being a good girl…? Groan. What gives?
It’s time we examine our instincts (because they’re mischievous at best and untrustworthy at worst), the stories we were told (that scared us silly), and the lessons that we learned (that sometimes caused us confusion and shame) and shake it all out to find what’s true for us as grown-up women today.
And that is only the beginning.
Sex, Love & Intimacy Workshop will help you...
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Who attends Sex, Love & Intimacy?
If you’re a woman who’s committed to having a loving and empowered relationship with your body, a kinder/gentler relationship with yourself and your sexual past, and a vibrant romantic relationship with your partner(s) then, this workshop is for you.
Whatever your relationship status — single, married, coupled, partnered, divorcing, “it’s complicated” — if you want to connect in a more authentic and delicious way to sex and intimacy, this course is for you.
Most participants in Sex, Love & Intimacy are women who fall anywhere from their thirties through their sixties. Due to the subject matter, and my frank, sometimes potty-mouth style, this workshop is only for adult women over eighteen years of age.
Why You Might Want to Learn From Me
I have been studying, interviewing and understanding men since 2002.
When I was a girl, men in my life had already broken my heart. Then as a teen, it kept happening over and over and over again. By age twelve, I’d learned that men were unsafe. They were bigger and stronger and they’d take what they wanted.
In my early twenties I met a lovely, incredibly easy-going guy. He was the safest man I’d ever encountered. I loved him, but I picked him because of my deep-seated fear of strong masculinity. I was equating all masculine characteristics with the negative experiences I’d had with certain men in the past.
In 2002, I began my journey to heal my relationship with men and the masculine. I dove head-first into studying partnership by learning from relationship expert, Alison Armstrong. By 2006, I was leading her workshops, and for over a decade I have led her courses as well as trained others to do so. Subsequently, I created my own curriculum for women as well.
Over the years, I have interviewed thousands of men on every topic you could imagine. I focus on what matters most to women, like what men think about love, commitment, relationships, and fidelity as well as what it means to be a man.
I’ve learned a lot! And I can’t wait to share it all with you so you can enjoy the understanding, pleasure, and love you’ve always wanted.
Let's do this!
The Where, The When & The How Much
A private residence located at Jackson & Davis in San Francisco’s Financial District.
Saturday, June 1, 2019: 10 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Sunday, June 2, 2019: 10 a.m. — 3 p.m.
Sunday, June 2, 2019: 5 p.m. — Labyrinth Ritual Walk at Grace Cathedral
Sunday, June 2, 2019: 7 p.m. — Dim Sum Dinner in Chinatown
12 participants maximum.
A wait-list will be created when this workshop is sold out.
Due to the intimate size of this workshop, this workshop is non-refundable.