Day of Consent

sam. 20 juillet à 17:30

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

10023
New York
États-Unis
New York

Come join Safe Space Cuddling with special guest and Cuddlist Co-Founder Madelon Guinazzo for our first Day of Consent! Day of Consent will consist of two amazing workshops that will leave you with tangible skills around navigating touch, figuring out what you want, learning to say no and gaining a general comfort around having these types of conversations with partners, friends, family and more. Beyond a valuable introduction to these skills there will also be a place to practice these skills and enjoy some non-sexual intimacy and connection. The day will begin with Madelon leading a 4-hour Wheel of Consent workshop giving participants education and experience in different ways to touch and relate to one another. We will then take a 2-hour break for a meal and any self-care you want to do before coming back together. After our break Rellian and Ethan (certified Cuddlist Practitioners and Cuddle Party Facilitators) will facilitate a Cuddle Party that will include a workshop going over rules and guidelines for the space and then breaking out into freestyle cuddling! Tickets:

-To join for this event you must purchase a ticket on eventbrite @ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/day-of-consent-tickets-65132066765?aff=SSCNYC Schedule:

11:30am : Arrive and get settled

12:00-4:00pm : Wheel of Consent Workshop

4:00-6:00pm : Break for food and self-care

6:00-10:00PM : Cuddle Party Wheel of Consent Workshop: This workshop is about... -Waking up sensuality – feeling and following pleasure

-Making choices – learning how to choose for yourself

-Understanding the dynamics of Receiving and Giving and taking them apart

-Understanding who is doing and who it is for – because they are different Gaining skills of empowerment and communication – noticing, valuing, and trusting desires, having the courage to ask for what you want, and feeling safe enough to receive Understanding and embodying the Wheel of Consent can only happen through a somatic experience – you have to feel it in your skin. Therefore, learning the Wheel happens through touch exercises. Cuddle Party Cuddle Party is … a workshop! Though touch is natural, the skills that make it welcome and enjoyable have to be learned. Skills of communication, boundaries, asking for what you want, and saying ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ with clarity and kindness. Cuddle Party is led by trained and certified Cuddle Party Facilitators. The Facilitator’s job is to guide you into those skills gently and easily, in a fun, safe and light hearted way. We welcome you and create an atmosphere of respect, and remain available for questions and support. At a Cuddle Party you gain... -Clarity and confidence

-Boundary and communication skills

-Comfort, support and encouragement

-The secrets to welcome, relaxed, non-sexual touch The skills you learn at Cuddle Party translate into every day life, right from the start. When boundaries and consent are clear, every relationship is easier. Where else can you attend a workshop in your pajamas? Cuddle Party is … a social event! We open with a Welcome Circle - about 45 minutes of introductions, rules and a few games to help everyone get comfortable. We teach communication and boundary skills in ways that are lighthearted and fun. Then we open up for ‘free-style’ cuddling. You have plenty of time to relax, chat, share a back rub or other welcome touch, cuddle, have a snack or just hang out. You can come to a Cuddle Party to meet new people, to enjoy amazing conversations, to touch, to be touched, to have fun, to practice asking for what you want, to practice saying “no” to what you don’t want — all in a setting structured to be a safe place for exploration and enjoyment. Shucks, you can even come to a Cuddle Party just to cuddle! We hope you join us. Find more info:

www.safespacecuddling.com

www.cuddleparty.com

www.cuddlist.com

www.schoolofconsent.com

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Safe-Space-Cuddling-NYC/events/263041438/


10023
New York
États-Unis

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