Orgasmic Yoga Solo-Communal Erotic Embodiment Practice
Dr. Victoria Reuveni
Saturday, Apr 1 2017
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
$20 pre-pay/$25 at the door Register
Orgasmic Yoga is a practice weaving mindfulness, presence, breath, movement, sound, touch, placement of attention, and setting of intentions with our self-pleasuring process.
“Orgasmic Yoga involves pleasurable, intimate and transformative practices that individuals, couples, and groups can do while sexually aroused. When practiced regularly over time, Orgasmic Yoga can change your life. The practice sessions involve breathing, savoring, sound, movement, touch, placement of attention, and awareness of intention. Orgasmic Yoga is practiced where you are —solo or with the companions you choose.
Erotic practice sessions weave together the heart and genitals. This alone is a profound reason to commit to practice. Orgasmic Yoga often produces a state of arousal that is free of fantasy, unfinished emotional business, religious dogma, cultural caveats and habitual sexual behaviors. In this erotic trance state, an individual becomes aware of the body as a source of wisdom, happiness and freedom.” — Orgasmic Yoga Institute
This is a very powerful ritual that can stir up quite a few emotions in the process. This event is restricted to a maximum of ~20 total participants because of space restrictions, and I want to be able to be there for you if things come up. It is a very loosely structured practice. After 45 minutes of Orgasmic Yoga practice there will be 5 minutes of silent savoring. Please keep in mind that Orgasmic Yoga is an individual experience in a communal erotic setting. You will be advised to not stare at each other, and not to keep eye contact. I will instead invite you to keep your eyes open in a soft gaze and breathe through any feelings that might come up.
Saturday, April 1, 12-3pm
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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 two dozen Orgasmic Yoga circles, including a six-week series and a three-evening mini-series in 2016.