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?' 'What does Orgasm mean to you?' and 'What's one secret desire you have?'
Questions like these encourage vulnerability. And, what happens when you get vulnerable? It creates intimacy... which is what we're all searching for!
This week join us as senior faculty Rachel Cherwitz and Joanna Van Vleck light up The City of Angels. A bit about them: Joanna is unapologetic. She’s fierce. If you’re in a conversation with her and start to feel your genitals tingling, she’s making that happen. It’s her sport. Turning the world on. She blazes the trail for the Industry of Orgasm yielding a machete and a southern smile that will melt your defenses. She’s a warrior. A change agent, and mostly importantly permission.
Rachel Cherwitz is ignition. Fire. She is that feeling of electricity coursing through your body. The kind that makes your body hot. You feel her before you see her. In her presence you’re smarter, faster, and stronger. More potent. Boys who learn to keep up with Rachel become men. Keep up, that is, meaning you play with her. Not for her, not against her. Not by withholding, not by force. By being willing to place your finger, or your attention, right on the spot of connection between the two of you. The heat of her attention will challenge you. She’s an extreme sport.
Those with low aspirations for life need not apply.
We start on time so please arrive fifteen minutes early.
COST TO ATTEND IS $10.
For questions feel free to contact Rachel at[masked]