Orgasmic Yoga
Dr. Victoria Reuveni
Sunday, May 20 2018
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
$30 ($40 if you'd like art supplies provided) Paypal Pre-Registration ONLY Register
Connect to your solo-erotic practice in a very loosely guided, communal space. Free from outside stimuli, like porn and fantasy (though we absolutely love those in other contexts!), explore your body, sensation, and pleasure from head to toe with no rush or agenda in a sex positive and body positive community. In this space, folks have connected to their bodies, pleasure, and eroticism outside of reciprocal, partnered experiences; following illness or surgery; and as they move through the processes of healing and/or aging.

In this class, the focus is not on yoga poses and not on doing the same thing in a coordinated way together as a group. (As long as you can get down on the ground and stay there for chatting before and after ~50 minutes of practice, you’re all good!) We use breath, movement, sound, touch, placement of attention, and setting of intentions to weave into our self-pleasuring practices.


Orgasmic Yoga has created space for discoveries in connection to our erotic exploration. Sometimes these connections drum up insights into our gender expressions, body image and acceptance, and other revelations that we can infuse into other parts of our lives. With that in mind, this extended Orgasmic Yoga session will have about one extra hour in which we can dabble in other creative elements. Whether it’s painting, drawing, crafting, journalling, or something else, we hope to blend erotic creativity into something glorious.


Quick note on boundaries/container:
Nudity is not required, but is welcome.
There is no touching of others and no eye-gazing (even if attending with a partner).
You must fill out an application and be accepted to attend. No drop ins:
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Dr. Victoria Reuveni, DHS, CSB, ACSI, is a Los Angeles-based sexological bodyworker, sex educator, and coach working with individuals, couples, and groups to facilitate going deeper in erotic embodiment and self-acceptance through mindfulness, breath work, and touch. She blogs about sex, kink, gender, and body image and reviews sex toys.

Victoria is a board member and educator with the Center for Positive Sexuality, speaking on panels to university students and professionals about kink/BDSM, nonmonogamy, and sex work.

She has facilitated over thirty Orgasmic Yoga circles, including a six-week series and a three-evening mini-series in 2016.

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