We are often baffled by the opposite sex, men trying to understand women and women trying to understand men. In society we can often see the invisible war of the sexes. We are inviting you all to this space, where we can explore and enquire into our opposite sex. Maybe there has always been something that has confused you about this other mysterious sex, or maybe you have always have some sort of curiosity reagarding a taboo sexual topic. This is a guided space for transparency and some real honest truth to reveal itself.
Men, What is actually going through your head when women cry?
Women, how often do you masturbate?
In this playful and informative session, you'll get a chance to safely ask questions and open up discussions about all the juicy topics you never before dared to ask about.
This session will be guided by Roma Norriss and Adam Wilder.
Active since 2003 as a birthworker, mother of two, ritualkeeper, facilitator and Hand in Hand Parenting consultant: Roma is lit up by listening, connection, intimacy and community. Her perspective is influenced by Binnie Dansby, who fostered an appreciation of the original intimacy; our earliest imprint, from where all our patterns stem. Roma is a refreshingly human, forgiving and warm facilitator.
As well as running courses and workshops online and in the UK, Roma holds retreats on parenting, birth, listening, intimacy and creativity. She is a consultant for the acclaimed Arrigo Programme. With colleague Alice Irving, Roma brings her unique approach to corporate wellness, for organisations that want to integrate connection-based practice into business with Think Well at Work.
Roma blogs and writes for publications like JUNO Magazine, The Practicing Midwife, Elephant Journal, Rebelle Society and Huffington Post. She consults internationally with individuals on parenting issues, birth preparation or resolution, and the impact of early trauma.
Adam Wilder is one of the leading intimacy experts in the UK. He has spent the last 15 years divising new ways for people to have richer and more meaningful contact with each other. He’s known for founding Shhh Dating, a dating event that uses flirting games and eye gazing instead of talking and Togetherness the festival of human connection.