Cameron is a certified Sexologist, registered Yoga teacher and Yoga Based Sex Therapist. He is passionate about pleasure based, all-inclusive sex education as well as speaking specifically to his shared demographic of cisgender, heterosexual, Caucasian males. Cameron believes that a truly holistic approach to sexuality needs to include medically accurate, scientifically validated information as well as spiritual and esoteric teachings. Through this approach to sexuality, he believes that we are better able to create healthy relationships with ourselves, with our community, and with our partners.
WORKSHOPS AT CELEBRATING SEXUALITY
Kama Yoga: Tantric Yoga for Lovers
Tantric Yoga is a spiritual practice that integrates sexual energy with physical movement. By engaging with your own body before beginning some partner exercises, this workshop will explore arousal and desire as well as boundary setting and consent. Through breathing, moving, sounding and touching exercises, you will develop a stronger connection to your own sexual energy as well as learn how to share that energy appropriately within a group and with another person. No Yoga experience is required, just a curiosity to explore, learn and play with your own state of arousal in a safe, pleasure based, all-inclusive space with like-hearted people.
Lingam Puja: Penis Workshop
“Lingam” is the Sanskrit word for penis, and “Puja” refers to a ceremonial practice or worship ritual. The penis is rarely a noncontroversial topic of conversation and has been met with some animosity in the current mainstream media and socially sanctioned circles of thinking.
Because of this, a divide has been created between people with pro- or anti-penis stance, when really an inclusive, informed and compassionate approach to this emotive subject is required.
So, in this Penis Workshop, we’ll be exploring and celebrating all things phallic. From arousal, to function, to ejaculation and everything in between, this workshop is a reassessment of attitudes towards the penis, focusing on consensual pleasure, inclusivity and accurate education. If you have a penis or know someone with a penis, you’ll learn something important in this workshop.