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What is really good sex for me uniquely? What do I have to do--or not--to make it happen? What is the relation of sex to who I am? And the rest of my life?
The School of Really Good Sex is a place to play, think and learn more about these questions. We provide an inclusive, safely held, experientially based, above all creative, informed and ethical alternative to what is currently on offer in the contemporary Australian landscape. Our classes and workshops offer opportunities for sexual growth and expansion.
Upcoming Workshops and Festivals
Expansion is new wholistic combined workshop and play party in Sydney, which will take place for the first time on Expansion is a wholistic combined workshop and play party in Sydney, which will take place for the second time on Fri-Sat, 25-26th August at The Sanctuary, 191 Parramatta Road, Annandale. at The Sanctuary, 191 Parramatta Road, Annandale.
Our aim is to provide a space where you can experience the best of what a play party has to offer, while avoiding the usual pitfalls.
It combines a two hour "How to navigate a play party" workshop on the Saturday afternoon as well as the option of attending a two hour aftercare session on the Sunday.
In this workshop Michael Wuest will show various techniques and gives useful hints to minimise the risks and maximise the pleasure you can get from breath control as a form of erotic play.
The Festival of Love and Lust is a new festival with over 40 workshops and performances addressing love and sexuality from the point of view of embodiment and relationships. The full program will be announced in July.
The festival will happen at 107 Projects, Redfern.
The Sydney Festival of Really Good Sex is the most progressive, inclusive and exploratory sexuality event in the Southern Hemisphere. It offers over 40 participatory workshops, performances, talks, rituals and celebrations over three days.
Deepen the work of the festival by attending the post-festival residential retreat in a bush setting at Kangaroo Valley.
The Retreat allows for organic creativity where the participants play a role in developing the program under the guidance of experienced teachers dedicated to play and pleasure.
There is a minimal structure of two daily high quality, organic catered meals, and an optional breath or movement class every morning. The class offers the opportunity to ground yourself and connect with the group. Everything else is not planned, but develops from day to day, according to the wishes and needs of the participants. There is no structure unless it is wanted.
Everyone has the opportunity to propose and facilitate classes, activities, scenarios or sessions, themes interest groups or classes, experiments or workshops. Naturally, there is no obligation to participate in anything.