Introductory course Sexological Bodywork for beginners
This is an invitation for people who are interested in the Sexological Bodywork method or in training and with somatic learning and sensing
This is an invitation for people who are interested in the Sexological Bodywork method or in the training and would like to explore their spectrum of desire, enjoyment, intimacy and joie de vivre with somatic learning and feeling.
Do you see yourself as an erotic being who sees sexuality as an ongoing learning and development opportunity?
Would you like to accompany others in evolving in and through their sexuality?
Sexological Bodywork is a body-based approach that aims to help people achieve more sexual self-efficacy, health, and intimacy. The course shows the importance of physicality and awareness and opens up new ways for you to
- to embody your own eroticism in a more tangible way (erotic embodiment) - to create deeper connection in your intimate encounters
- to shape your sexual experiences more consciously (sexual empowerment)
- to deepen your knowledge about your sexuality and to further develop your erotic skills
The basis of our journey together is conscious research with the sensuality of breath, voice, movement and (self) touch, consent practice and communication, meditation and creative and focused body expression. All bodies and identities are welcome.
Who is this course for?
This introductory workshop serves as an overview and preparation course for future Sexological Bodyworkers who would like to complete the full training after the course. The course is also open to anyone who is interested in learning about the methods of Sexological Bodywork. Perhaps to get an insight into the approaches and working methods of Sexological Bodywork, and certainly also to explore one's own sensory life and conscious embodiment.
Pantarei Approach School
Dresdener Strasse 11
EUR 390.00 / 680.00 for couples
Early Booking Discount
If you register up to 2 months before the start of the course: EUR 40.00 reduced
Registration + further information
4 (Friday) 10:00 am - 6 (Sunday) 6:00 pm