with Lisa Citore & Len Van Nostrand
Friday, August 9 / 7-9pm
$18 in advance / $25 day of
Tired of small talk? Want to make deeper connections quicker? Come meet mindful men and women at our Tantra Puja inspired event. A mix of playful exercises will help you bring out your best self and have more meaningful encounters.
In a Tantra-puja-style circle, you’ll pair up with different partners, sharing everything from fun communication games to Tantra practices (all PG of course) to partner yoga and improv dance to heart opening meditations and other non-verbal interactions.
Exercises range from playful and flirty to sensual to soulful, and are designed to inspire authenticity, vulnerability, acceptance and presence. The level of participation is always your choice.
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Lisa Citore is a pleasure activist, performance artist, writer, sex educator and healer. She’s been leading sacred sexuality workshops with men and women for sixteen years. She does private intimacy coaching with couples and sexual healing work with women. She’s the writer, director, producer and a performer in 4 theater productions, including The Tao of Sex and Bloodlines/Women’s Moon Stories, Riding the Dragon and Keep It Wet. She is the founder of Anima, Theater of the Feminine Underground, a women’s quarterly performance art series. In 2015 she gave birth to the Women’s Sexual Mystery School, a 4 weekend divine feminine empowerment series. The Women’s Sexual Mystery School now has circles in Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Boulder and New York. Lisa has studied with top teachers in her field, including Shakti Malan, Michaela Boehm, David Deida and Bodhi Avinasha. She has acquired extensive knowledge of Goddess practices through her studies with Ariel Spilsbury and the 13 Moon Mystery School. For more information on her work, visit:
Len Van Nostrand has had over 30 years of education, training and practice as a psychotherapist, counselor and guide specializing in the areas of substance use, harm reduction, trauma, post-recovery and families.