Opening 2 Love
the art of compassionate touch
Opening 2 Love is 2 hours of deepening into presence, with ourselves and our bodies and learning to honour what is true for us, moment to moment.
We do this through playful and meditative exercises that invite us to tune into our body's wisdom, and then communicate our boundaries.
In a safe environment, you will develop your capacity for honest communication & setting boundaries.
• you do not need a partner
• there will be no nudity or sexual touch
• you will not be touching or being touched if you do not want to.
Facilitated by Seth Newman, this experiential workshop is a fun and safe way to begin your conscious journey to creating deeper intimacy and more love in your life.
The essence of this evening class is discovering the power of compassionate, personal touch through presence and loving kindness.
£15 for our meetup members/
£20 for both evening classes including the Bioenergetic Alchemy/ Laughter Yoga class beforehand (from 6:30-8pm)
Celebrate being fully alive in your body, heart and soul.
Seth has worked with many of the leading conscious sexuality teachers in the UK and completed a number of trainings including the 1 year Deep Diving training with Jewels Wingfield and the 18 month Living Tantra training with Jan Day. He has continued working with Jan for the last 3 years, assisting her on many of her workshops. He is currently on a facilitator training at the Open Centre in London.
Please note: There will be no nudity or sexual touch during this workshop.
Feedback from our last Opening 2 Love event:
“Very gentle, enjoyable, safe, yet self-revealing work”
“This class enabled me to open up to a new level of honesty with myself, developing a recognition of what I really want in the moment and giving that desire a means of expression. It is very empowering to learn that saying no can actually be a gift to yourself and often to the people around you. The whole session felt safe, connected and facilitated a deep sense of intimacy with myself and with those around me. Thanks to everyone for a fantastic evening.”
“I really loved it. I had forgotten how much I love touch, receiving or giving. There's a big sensate part of me that has gotten sidelined amongst all the working and studying and I would like to welcome it back. Thank you.”