During this Valentine's season, receive the touch you so enjoy giving!
Getting enough touch these days? Most of us would like and perhaps need more regular touch in our lives. There's even research to back it up that we, as living human beings need a certain amount of physical interaction to feel a stable sense of belonging and contentment. Yet, who's doing anything about it? Certainly, the #MeToo movement has shed light on the ways we DON'T want to be touched, while a lot of us fall sadly into the isolation trap: We have just enough fear of social settings that we opt for sitting at home alone behind our devices, which generates more fear of getting out and connecting with others, which makes us sit even more isolated behind our devices, and on and on...
Although the internet has connected us like never before, there still is nothing like a face-to-face connection. So stop the isolation runaround and join us for lively and (consensually) interactive workshops in safe environments with Sexologist, Jallen Rix. This Valentine's season let fear be damned! Touch and connectedness is just a fingertip away, and there are some wonderful and sensual ways to use the skill of consent to achieve the nurturing experiences of touch in your everyday life.
You have two opportunities to get your feet wet:
The Experienced Touch - Evening Discussion at MindSpa
This is a 90-minute, clothes-on event sponsored by California Men's Gathering that will present some of the concepts from the workshop as well as some interaction. It's a kind of compacted version to give you an idea of what the full workshop will cover.
Tuesday, February 12, 6:30-8pm, Palm Springs CA
The Experienced Touch - Afternoon Workshop
This is the full workshop that lasts four hours of a Sunday afternoon (Come to Palm Springs for President's Day weekend and let the workshop be your highlight!). Participation can be clothing optional, but never required. This event is sponsored by California Community of Men.
Sunday, February 17, starts promptly at 1:00 p.m., ending about 5:00 p.m. Cathedral City CA