Deej and Uma love creating spaces that are rich in learning, inclusive and safe. Their work is warm, accessible, and full of love and passion. They are highly motivated to expand quality somatic learning programs across the planet, and bring together sex positive communities.
They are international leaders in the field of embodiment and somatic education, having founded the Institute of Somatic Sexology, and being founding members of the Somatic Sex Educators’ Association of Australasia. Their practitioner training programs include the Certificate in Sexological Bodywork and Foundations of Somatic Sex Education which they teach in Australia and around the world.
WORKSHOPS AT CELEBRATING SEXUALITY
How to Access More Pleasure
How do you access pleasure?
How does that evolve over the years?
What really works for you? How can you make that even better?
Join somatic sex educators’ Uma and Deej for an exploration of these and other pleasure related questions.
An Evening of Active Receiving
Take charge of your own pleasure, and through that co-create expanded pleasure experiences with others.
Explore harnessing your body’s wisdom to create authentically consensual connections and pleasure, by actively engaging the body with breath and movement, and finding simple language for what you want.
In this workshop you will learn the skills of receiving more fully from yourself, as well as from the other people in your life. It is an experiential workshop for anyone with an interest in sexuality, and how to more actively engage your body and awareness in erotic practice.
Deej and Uma, the directors of the Institute of Somatic Sexology, welcome you to a safe, grounded learning environment which is fun, explorative and rich.
This is an inclusive space and a fully clothed workshop.
The Blow Job Class
Fun Fellatio – Taking the job out of blow job
“An incredibly fun and useful way to spend an afternoon”
This is a fully clothed, yet experiential workshop, where you will:
• wake up the pleasure potential of your mouth
• learn to deepen your connection through oral sex
• practice oral yoga
• develop awareness of the ergonomics of oral sex
• practice being present, focused and relaxed
• learn techniques to get and give much more pleasure
This is for people wanting to give pleasure to extendable body parts, organic or etheric, regardless of the sex, gender or orientation of the receiver.
The Somatic Renaissance – WTF?
Uma and Deej will lead a lunch time discussion round the (re) emergence of somatic practice and growing interest in embodiment.