FAQ for trainings
For some this will add a new element to an existing practice. For others, it will be an introductory immersion experience. For others, it will deepen and empower their sexual healing practice.
So – it depends on you and on what form of practice you aspire to. For beginners, it’s a start. For experienced professionals it is a deepening and a clarifying of aspects of practice that can be confusing or challenging.
Either way, the nature of the experience is both personally healing and develops skills useful with others. Because of the depth of the work, it is not appropriate for someone with no experience of erotic or personal exploration. If you have any question about where you fit, please call me!
Specifically, the experiences and material on autonomy, domain, clarity of communication and understanding the 4 dynamics of all touch interactions are completely unique, and make all the difference to making your sessions safe, effective and satisfying.
The work will take both your personal journey and your work to a deeper level of joy and integrity.
For those with extensive experience, you are likely to find answers to things that have long puzzled you. Your challenge will be to take your own experience a step deeper.
This will be taught clearly, step by step, and in depth, and is far more important to your success than any particular technique.
In addition, we will teach basic principles of massage skills and bring in a sample of various styles, so that you are comfortable and confident.
However, there is not time to go into depth with any particular technique such as lomi lomi or others.
In addition, you will be able to use some of the exercises as ‘home-play’ for your clients.
In particular, if you are contemplating adding any kind of interactive touch to your work, these parts of the training will be essential. As you know, once your client has the option to touch you, everything is more complex!
Please refrain from alcohol or other recreational drugs before the event.
For some advanced intensives, this may be an option, in which case I will say so in the description.