How often do we get an opportunity to be real with each other?
It can feel unsafe, inappropriate, or unwelcome by those around you.
Instead, imagine meeting new people in an environment where people felt comfortable to be themselves. That's what we've created!
It's a refreshing change from the typical networking or sports bar conversation. You get the opportunity to examine yourself. Through other people putting quality attention on you, asking questions with genuine curiosity, and then listening - really listening – to your responses. What comes up might surprise you!
We play three communication games that will challenge you to consider questions like 'What are your relationships like?' and 'What desires do you have?'
Questions like these encourage vulnerability, self expression, and personal development. And, what happens when you get vulnerable? It creates intimacy and connection... which is what we're all searching for!
It's amazing how connected we can end up feeling - even in a room full of strangers - when we are willing to say what's real and say how we feel without a filter.
OneTaste as an organization provides a series of workshops and events that helps you turn on your body and your life. Touch the depth of your desire, feel connected, explore yourself and play …. You can always play our games and exercises at whatever level feels comfortable to you. You don't have to do anything you don't want to, or answer any questions you don't want to answer. It's a friendly invitation to play and push your edges in a way that feels good. This allows you to stretch yourself and inspires self-discovery!
Please arrive on time. We start the event on time and do not allow people to enter late in order to maintain a safe container to share. Singles & Couples Welcome.
Price $10 (no one turned away) and we will be accepting cash payments at the door.
Parking - You are welcome to park in the parking lot after 7:00pm. If the lot is full or before 7:00pm, please park on Bob Harrison Street. Please do not park on 13th St. Thank you for helping to keep the neighbors happy. The entrance to The O Garage is a yellow door on Bob Harrison.
If you have questions please contact us at [masked] or (844)[masked]