An evening of exploring embodied work and sexuality.
This will be a fun and informative event, suitable for any level of knowledge, for couples, singles, practitioners and all other humans :-) Would you like to feel more? Would you like to understand how that is possible? Then this is for you!
There is a revolution in neuroscience happening that is providing empirical support for the importance of embodied work.
What does this have to do with sex?
Somatic sexology can be defined as the study of sex (sexology) as related to the felt sense of the body (somatic – as opposed to say, related to performance or cognitive/talk-only approaches). We will explore definitions and some of the diverse approaches in this emerging field, including the question of its legality and if it qualifies as sex work.
Sex is in the body. Most somatic sexologists believe we need to practice noticing (being present with) and articulating what is being experienced in the body in order to expand our literal and metaphorical vocabulary and to access more pleasure.
We will explore some theoretical underpinnings and practices of somatic sexology. You will be invited into some gentle self-explorations, which will always be optional and invited to ask questions, be curious, be in conversation.
The mindful practices of somatic sexology facilitate greater presence and embodiment in every area of life, moving the nervous system into greater integration and coherence. In this way, mindful erotic practices can increase your capacity for empathy with yourself, with others and with every aspect of life.
About Kian La Cour
Kian de la Cour is a Certified Sexological Bodyworker and Somatic Sex Educator and Certified Wheel of Consent facilitator. He works with embodied counselling and coaching, erotic fluency, structural integration bodywork and Wheel of Consent practices. He is Chair of the Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists co-founder of the Sea School of Embodiment and a course leader for the Certificate in Sexological Bodywork (CSB) UK and Ireland professional training together with Katie Sarra.
House of Togetherness
House of Togetherness is the pop-up Home of Human Connections in Covent Garden, here for just 3 months. We create live experiences that explore our relationship with ourselves and others in a playful, meaningful and often profound way.
We welcome everyone beyond their identity, labels and beliefs. There are no shoulds or musts at HoT only permission to be yourself.
What You Should Bring
We have locker rooms so bring a (returnable) pound if you wish to use them.
We're a sustainable venue and no longer use disposable cups for our events. Please bring a refillable water bottle or coffee cup for drinks. Alternatively we have reusable cups you can purchase from our tuck shop for £2.50 (and get 50p off any drink).