“We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves.” Galileo Galilei

Workshops and Events

Learning in a group or community of like-minded people offers a rich and wonderful opportunity to connect and explore together. My workshops and events are welcoming and facilitated spaces for people to learn new skills, share stories and experiences and to try out new things. Grounded firmly in authentic ongoing choice, participants notice and explore their edges, build trust, and find freedom and joy in allowing themselves to be seen and valued for who they are.


A fun and supportive space for all those seeking to learn new skills and deepen with other adventurers. Workshops range from opportunities to build foundational skills through to more advanced practices for solo explorers and couples. All those over 18 years, of any body type, identity, sexual preference and cultural background warmly welcomed.


For vulva owners and those who identify as women, these workshops offer facilitated opportunities to explore embodiment, sensuality, and lusciousness. Learn skills, techniques and information that will ignite your explorations and awaken your orgasmic self, as you move beyond the limitations of shame and taboo. A fun, supportive and playful space to learn and grow with like minded others.



Join an authentic community of curious people where you can learn, share and expand your sexual self in a safe and facilitated environment. Erotic community is about welcoming diversity, curiousity, clunky-ness and creating a compassionate container where together we utilise a range of activities and collective practices. It is a positive and inclusive space that operates with integrity and mutual loving respect.

FEAST – Festival of Embodiment and   Sexual Transformation

Whether you are an experienced erotic explorer or new to this type of work, FEAST offers weekend festivals that provide valuable learning opportunities and connection with fellow explorers. A new and exciting venture with my friends and colleagues Jordan Hackett and Deej Juventin, FEAST plans are afoot to begin in 2021.

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Frequently Asked Questions about workshops and events

Who are workshops and events for?

Workshops and events are for curious people over 18 years of age who have a genuine desire to learn and explore. All people of any gender, sexual orientation or genital configuration are warmly welcome.

Will there be the same number of men and women at the workshop or event?

I choose not to ‘gender balance’ workshops or events and invite participants to be open to having different experiences to what they might normally seek out. Workshops and events are a place to explore and learn outside of attraction and gently challenge the conditioning we are often raised with. You will always have the freedom to choose who you work with and how you work together.

Will there be food and drinks available?

It depends on the length of the workshop. This will be specified in information sent out to you prior to gathering. If you have particular dietary requirements, please let me know before the day of the event.

Are your workshops and events inclusive of everyone?

Absolutely. I am committed to creating safe and inclusive spaces where you are welcome to show up in the fullness of your authentic self. Please let me know if there are things that help you feel more included and welcomed. Diversity, variety, and respectful freedom of expression are cornerstones of my work.

Will there be nudity?

Many workshops and events I offer are clothing optional. You are welcome to wear as many or as few clothes as you feel to. Any variations of dress and undress are fine. What is more important is that you pause for a moment and notice for yourself how many pieces of clothing you would like to keep on or off and then do that.

Do you cater for differing levels of physical ability?

I do my best to ensure all activities are access to everyone regardless of physical abilities. Please feel free to let me know before a workshop or event, the best way I can support you in this regard.

Do I need a partner to come along?

No. Some workshops are specifically for couples, but most are not. You are welcome to come along on your own and team up with others for practices and activities at the event. There is also always the option to do any activities on your own.

What should I bring with me?

Generally, it is useful to bring a water bottle, a towel or sarong, and a cushion or yoga mat. I usually send out a list of things to bring prior to the workshop, but if in doubt these are the basics.

What are your standards regarding hygiene?

Regardless of recent experiences brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic, I adhere to strict hygiene protocols in all workshops and events. Gloves, sanitiser, disinfectant sprays and individual bottles of oil are always available. In addition, I ask that participants who notice any signs of illness do not attend. I am happy to refund your payment in these circumstances.

This is my first time attending anything like this. Is it for me?

Pretty much everyone who has ever stepped foot inside a workshop or event of this nature has felt some sense of initial nervousness or fear (me included!). It is normal, even I would say healthy to feel this way. My events and workshops are created and facilitated in a way that gently supports you to go at your own pace with never an expectation to do anything you do not want to do. I am constantly humbled by the calibre and integrity of people who chose to come along and their capacity to trust, welcome and support each other in the space.

Do I have a choice about participating in the activities?

Yes, absolutely, always. One of the most important things in all my workshops and events is that you slow down, notice and choose from a place of authentic embodied consent. There are many ways to participate including sitting outside of the activity, watching with others permission, or taking a nap if you so choose. All these things count as participating. What is more important than doing everything is taking the time to notice what you really want and making that choice.

Please note: Images on this website are not necessarily representative of work done in sessions and are of a range of people in different contexts and settings.