Archive | March, 2016

Growing in Embodiment: Transformative Retreat

Here at the Sea School of Embodiment we are excited to invite you to our transformative retreat “Growing in Embodiment” this September 11-17th, led by three of the world’s leading somatic sex educations; Deej Juventin, Uma Furman and Dr. Betty Martin. Hosted in a seaside learning centre, with landscaped gardens and an indoor heated pool. […]

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In the Field: Professional Training for Certified Sexological Bodyworkers

Between August 6th and September 16th 2016, we invite you to an experiential training offers CSBs and CSSEs the opportunity to expand their skills and knowledge. Participants have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the CSB material and study Ellen Heed‘s lectures on anatomy and physiology. There are then 4 days of professional development training, followed by […]

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Women’s Pelvic Health: Scar Tissue Remediation, Education and Management (STREAM)

This professional training is open to bodyworkers and somatic sexologists who work with genital touch in their practice, such as Certified Sexological Bodyworkers, Tantra professionals, midwives and obstetric osteopaths. In this intensive training, you will learn the critical role that scar tissue can play in women’s pelvic, reproductive and sexual health. Scar tissue remediation is at […]

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Like a Pro: Training for Practitioners: Consent, Boundaries and Clarity

This year, we welcome Dr. Betty Martin from Australia for a 4 day course for touch professionals. This course is for anyone doing hands-on work – therapeutically-based or pleasure-based, or both: therapeutic massage, pleasure-based massage, Sexological Bodywork, Tantra, courtesan experiences, teaching sex technique, Sacred Intimates, courtesans, escorts, dommes, massage artists, sexual healers, dakas and dakinis, tantrikas, […]

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Cuddle Parties

Here at the Sea School of Embodiment, we are very excited to announce that we now hold regular cuddle parties which allows adults to experience the positive effects of non-sexual touch (think hugs, foot rubs, back rubs, spooning …) in an intentional space that is structured around consent and boundaries. Cuddle parties are a great way to […]

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