Cultivating Pelvic Health and
An experiential 6-week online class & embodied practice
January 5 - February 9, 2021
Tuesdays 4pm - 6pm Pacific Time - online
This engaging, powerful, and supportive 6-week experiential class will help you tap into your mind-heart-pelvis connection in order to cultivate greater pelvic health and sexual wellness. Within a confidential, and non-judgmental space we will explore topics of consent, anatomy, desire and arousal, pelvic pain, orgasms and orgasmic states, sex, sensuality, boundaries and communication. Each session includes time for sharing and reflection as well as movement, embodied practice and home study to support pelvic and sexual health.
This class is intended to provide participants with:
A supportive community for sharing and learning.
New language and tools for communicating desires, needs and limits.
A greater understanding and felt sense of the anatomy of arousal and pleasure.
Techniques for working with and releasing pelvic pain and painful sex.
A release of body shame and sexual shame and an increase in body confidence.
A sense of empowered choice and voice around sex, sexuality, and pleasure.
A reclamation of the sacred erotic within our lineage.
Self care tools and embodied practices to experiment with at home.
Week 1 Introductions and intentions
Week 2 Consent and boundaries
Week 3 Anatomy, arousal, pleasure and pain
Week 4 Accessing desire, releasing shame, identifying limits
Week 5 Reclaiming sacred erotic lineage
Week 6 Integration and celebration
Fee: $250 register by Dec. 15 / $295 after Dec. 15
$195 BIPOC scholarship rate
Class Size: Max 8 participants
Who is it for?
This class is intended for cisgender women, trans women and nonbinary folks assigned female. I endeavor to bring a trauma-informed, inclusive, consent-based approach to the exploration of embodiment and sexual wellness within a safe and confidential container, recognizing existing systems of sexism, heterosexism, and enculturated gender norms.
Please don't hesitate to contact me with questions or to find out if this class series is a good fit for you.
From recent participants:
"Thank you for teaching such a pleasure-filled, transformative, revolutionary class. The lessons have truly stuck with me." - Kira
"I gained so much through the course process which was somehow gentle, deeply stirring, and transformational for me all at once.
Katie is intentional about both trauma and inclusion; disability, pain, racial trauma, motherhood, loss of babies, non-motherhood, divergent histories were all welcomed. The space she held was safe and calm. Each exercise and topic was framed as an invitation to happily opt out of or decline, which helped me feel safe/grounded." - Megan M.