Join Wren LaFeet and Melissa Mango for another powerful day of somatic inquiry. Using the social partner dance and cellular consent ideas we developed last time, we’ll integrate and expand our curiosity. We will connect deeply into the intimacy with ourselves and how that syncs with another through more authentic relating games, expansive sensitivity practices within the dance and our own fun twist on the work of Betty Martin.
LOCATION: DESIRE LAB
Desire Lab offers local and visiting artists safe space to explore, investigate, and pursue their creative desires.
$49 First 5 Early Bird Tickets
$59 Regular Pre-Registration
$69 Day of Event
DATE AND TIME
Saturday, Feb. 24th
11:00am – 4pm
Layers for your own temp comforts, water bottle, snacks, socks if you prefer.
Thank you in advance for arriving on time <3
MELISSA MANGO CHT, SSE
As a devotee of authentic human connection, Melissa assists clients in deep levels of transformation and education, through intimacy coaching and clinical hypnosis and somatic sex education. Her holistic sex approach can be experienced through 1:1 or group counseling, classes and workshops where Melissa believes in being tastefully explicit so that her clients and students can learn in a clear and empowered way.
Her mission is to help other’s experience a healthy, passionate, shame-free sex-life and embodiment, free of mental blockages, fear, religious or cultural stigma. Whether you are seeking to shift an old pattern in your life, implement lasting change or learn new techniques – Melissa is your facilitator and Muse!
Visit her web site at www.sexlovesoul.com
A dancer in the Fusion social partner dance movement since it began, Wren’s journey of discovery started at the tender age of 15. Fueled by his curiosity around sexuality, the natural world and an awareness of “something” bigger than himself or anything he could see, his devotion to love has been his guiding light, and partner dance the method of his inquiry. After a rigorous dance training at The Branson School, followed by a BA in Drama and Dance at University of Washington, and four years unsuccessfully cutting his teeth in the Seattle entertainment industry, his work truly came alive when he discovered the Gene Keys and the Beloved community in Portland and gained a holographic overview of humanity.
In working somatically with the contemplation of the Gene Keys and intuitively through listening to body language, applying his study of humanity through theater and his own felt sense, Wren has enabled countless students to dance with joy, helped free insights locked in the body, brought people into a greater awareness of their sensual nature and even assisted in the healing of chronic disease. Wren’s goal is to help guide people into right relationship with the moment; to listen and respond appropriately to what is being called for in service to the highest good of all involved. He is an author in the published work, “Reinhabiting the Village,” a TEDx speaker and your muse for all things movement.