Connection Lab: Giving & Receiving

This is a past event

13 people went

Price: CA$15.00

Sterling Studio #4

151 Sterling Road · Toronto, on

How to find us

Take a Right and Follow the Hall to the End

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Details

**Important Note**
Connection Labs are now using a sliding scale ($10-15) payment system. (Please send us a private message if finances are a barrier for you!)

Theme: Giving & Receiving

Join us as we play a variety of games that involve exploring someone else's world and speaking your truth. Connect with like-minded people interested in having fun with curiosity, self-discovery, and saying what we actually mean.

Please note the doors are open at 7pm and we try to start by 7:15. Doors close 7:30pm, after which time there can be NO ADMITTANCE (sorry!).

Facilitators: Shaina (Lead)

Note: Event Space is *not* Wheelchair Accessible.

7:00 - 7:15: Arrive, and settle in

7:15 - 9:45: Relating Games! (with a halfway break)

9:45 - 10:00: Casually connect with other participants.

Shoot your questions on the event wall.

---Event Payment / Secure RSVP ---

Please note only the first 30 to pre-pay and/or pay-at-the-door can be admitted. To secure your spot please send us $10-15 if via EMT or Paypal to [masked] and notify us of your meetup username so we can add you to the RSVP list. You are also free to pay at the door!

--- Event Description ---

Those who have experienced relating games first-hand have seen how they provide you with an opportunity to practice taking chances in a comfortable environment—helping you to ask insightful questions and experience deeper and faster connections. You will be invited to explore—to the degree you are comfortable—the edges of what you think you can know about yourself, others, and what is possible in relating. Past participants have described our events as a safer space than most, allowing them to feel more at ease in this sometimes-foreign territory. We invite you to come and meet like-minded peers, interested in having fun with curiosity and self-discovery, in an environment where saying what we actually mean, is fully embraced.

*The golden rule is Honour Yourself: ie. take care of yourself and don't do or say anything you don't want to do or say. Always be at choice. Be okay holding back and saying "no".