[CANCELED] Non-Verbal Communication

When:
June 25, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2016-06-25T18:00:00-07:00
2016-06-25T21:00:00-07:00
Where:
The Center For A Sex Positive Culture - Annex
1608 15th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
USA
Cost:
At the door: $30. Advance: $25 (solo) $40 (duo)
Contact:
206-229-2185

 

This workshop has been canceled and will be rescheduled for Fall 2016. Please email [email protected] to be notified of the new date.

BVC_0920We say so much with our bodies. We tell each other that we’re happy, sad, pissed-off, horny, etc. without ever speaking a work out loud. And yet, we spend a lot of time focused on the words used without consciously seeing the beautiful language our bodies show the world around us.

Explore with us a fascinating look into the secret world of non-verbal communication and learn the basics of how to understand the powerful language of the human body. We’ll share a variety of ways to understand what other people are saying with their body and a bunch of practice sessions for both reading and portraying non-verbal communication.

No prior experience necessary. Just bring an open mind and a desire to learn. Some demonstrations may include partial or full nudity.

All sexes, genders, sexual orientations, relationship orientations, and communication styles welcome and celebrated.

About the Educators:

Sar Surmick is a Sex-Positive Marriage & Family Therapist and Educator located in Seattle and Redmond, WA. Sar specializes in working within the Poly, Kink, Queer, and Trans* communities, seeing couples, individuals, moresomes, and families for relationship difficulties, mental health issues, non-monogamy work, gender, sex, and all identity concerns.
Sar speaks and educates about consent, the importance of communication in relationships, understanding the role identity plays in a person’s life, and working from a sex-positive perspective. More information about Sar ‘s practice can be found at: www.significantconnections.com

Sophia Sky is a massage therapist and anatomy geek who delights in sharing how knowledge of the body can increase fun in the bedroom. Sophia has been on staff for the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture since 2012 and is out to change the world into a happier, healthier place.

This event is sponsored by the Center for Sex Positive Culture.