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Sex, God & Cellulite: how to love your body

  • Pulse 1 Pitt Street Brunswick, VIC, 3056 Australia (map)

This practical short workshop is about falling in love with your body: increase your self-love, confidence, power and pleasure.

Your body is the vehicle for your whole LIFE: it’s the means for your adventure, pleasures, romance. Whether you’re camping, orgasming, getting dressed, or brunching with friends, your body is central to all of it.

And yet 91% of women dislike their bodies, 45% of men dislike theirs. The issue is massive for gender-fluid folks too.

Shame and fear come into play: being too big, too small, cellulite, wobbles or lumps. Healing your body fears is so key in your spiritual, romantic, mental and emotional ease and growth.

In this workshop, we use a variety of practices to heal shame, fear and anxiety about your body. Deeply embody and connect with yourSelf, get out of your head and relax into new realms of pleasure in your body.

Join this workshop to move beyond what’s stopping you from really living and step into your empowered, loving and confident self.

What will we do in the workshop?

This experiential workshop includes simple solo and paired practices. We use visual, moving and sense-based meditation along with breath, sound and energy work. There will be plenty of debriefing for full and deep integration. You are encouraged to go at your own pace.

What you'll get out of this session:

  • Let go of fear and shame about your body
  • Grow your self-love and acceptance
  • Strengthen your non-judgement, acceptance, and expression
  • Fall in love with yourself; experience yourself as your own lover
  • Feel alive and powerful in your own skin
  • Radiate confidence and magnetism

Who's facilitating?

Me, Caitlyn!

I'm a conscious sexuality teacher and founder of the SexyLove Project. I incorporate lots of things in my work with sexuality and embodiment, like meditation, dance, drama, and mindfulness.

I used to suffer from clinical depression, anxiety, and disordered eating. It sucked. I found Tantra four years ago and looooves what it's unlocked for her—body confidence, possibility, pleasure, aliveness, authenticity.

Read more about me here.

How much is it?

It's part of Taste of Love Festival which has LOADS of other great workshops too.

All inclusive ticket: $335

One-day ticket: $179

Opening night sensorium: $30

About Melbourne Festival of Really Good Sex

This festival includes over 20 participatory workshops, performances, talks and celebrations over two days and three nights. It's radically inclusive, experientially-based, supportive, ethical, experimental, passionate, and intelligent. It's truly unique: there's nothing else like it in the Southern Hemisphere.

There's also one in Sydney!

Find out more here.