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An Erotic Feast with Sarka

We are honoured to announce that Czech-born Berlin-based conscious sexuality educator, Sarka, will be in Sydney to host a series of fantastic events and workshops.

Workshop Descriptions

Sexobatics

Imagine acroyoga as a dance where our boundaries are open and flexible. This workshop will explore simple partner acrobatic positions and how we can kink them up. There will be an opportunity to enjoy nudity and play with your beautiful genitals which are very often underestimated in acroyoga. This workshop requires presence, trust, surrender, playfulness and communication. We will investigate touch and how to direct another person’s body in space.

A Luscious World Of Whipping

Do you like to play with your body? Do you like to play with different levels of intensities? Are you looking to expand the level of intimacy between you and your partner? Are you curious and like trying different things out? If you have answered yes to  at least one of the questions this workshop is for you !!!

I am inviting you to discover the world of conscious whipping where we will explore the relationship between you and the power of the whip, you and your partner, and the space ''in between'' in which magics happen, if you dare to enter. Let's have a close look at how a direct impact on the body can deepen our body awareness, and how breath, movement and sound can enhance the bodily sensations as well as intensify the flow of energy in the body. 

For some, playing with whips  is a tool to spice up their time in the bedroom, for some it is an ultimate symbol of power and control and for some it is a deep, spiritual practice.

With grace and elegance we will learn how to manipulate and handle the whip, give and receive various degrees of impact and process sensations. All activities will be conducted in a safe  luscious world in which sensuality, intimacy and relating are key. 

Here we are, here I invite you.

This workshop is open to all genders, sexual preferences and skill levels and equally suitable for those participating alone or with a partner.

The Poetry of Dominance and Submission

The inner conflict and surrender connected with dominance and submission are enduring themes in human culture and civilization. In human sexuality, this has broadened to include mutual exploration of roles, emotions, and activities that would be difficult or impossible to act out without a willing partner taking an opposing role.

So what is it about being submissive that can make it thrilling as opposed to threatening? And what is it about being dominant? 

Curious? 

Come and find out for yourself. In this 2h workshop we will use a sense of  slowness, safety, humour and playfulness as we dive into exploration of these profound and  omnipresent dynamics. 

Vulva & Penis, I Bow Down To You

Vulva, penis, when talking about these two important parts of our body, it is never only about them. ''The whole is greater then the sum of its parts'' says Aristotle. So, let's put the pieces of the mosaic together to see the entire picture. The Body is a many stringed instrument inviting a whole range of expression. In this guided workshop, participants will work in pairs in a safe and supportive structure. This workshop is a gentle introduction to a variety of genital touches and sensations in order to educate both genders about arousal and dispersion of focus always remembering the whole from which the part comes.  Within that structure, there will be sufficient space to experiment. Through awakening your creativity and following your intuition you will learn how to read the language of the body and consequently to play this magnificent instrument.

Day 1: 25th February 11am-7pm

  • Sexobatics 11am-1pm
  • The Luscious Art of Whipping 2:30pm-4:30pm
  • The Poetry of Dominance and Submission (D/s) 5pm-7pm.

Day 2: 4th March 11am-5:30pm

  • Vulva & Penis, I Bow Down To You 11am-5:30pm

It is possible to book for both days ($250), i.e., the entire training, one day ($150) or for a two hour workshop ($60). 

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Sarka is a Czech born and Berlin-based bodyworker, yoga teacher, international retreat and workshop organiser, conscious sexuality educator with experience in and passion for body mechanics, movement, dance, and martial arts.  Since 2013 she has been connected to the Schwelle7 project in Berlin (an artistic & educational venue for body/mind/conscious sexuality practices) created by Felix Ruckert who remains a respected influence and inspiration. She likes to inspire people with her varied experiences and  perspectives on living life. She studied psychology at West London university which helps her to differentiate subtle aspects of the human psyche and its processes.

She likes exploring limits of different intensities, both subtle and extreme. She invites you to be a part of this magical and transformative space ‘in between’ where change occurs. 

‘’Learning is movement from moment to moment’’ (Krishnamurti)

Frequently Asked Questions

WHO ARE THESE WORKSHOPS FOR? The curious and the brave of all sexualities, sexual orientations and genders.

WILL THERE BE PAIR-WORK AND GROUP WORK? Yes

HOW WILL PAIRING BE DONE? Couples are welcome. People arriving as singles (or couples that like to play with other people) will be paired randomly for various activities. Please note: all exercises can be taken only to the level that's right for you at the time.

CAN YOU WORK EXCLUSIVELY WITH ONE PARTNER? Yes, if you arrive with them. (You may also bump into someone you know, or meet someone, and decide to do activities with them).

NUDITY: All workshops are clothing-optional. 

EROTIC CONTENT: The workshop is primarily about various forms of sexual expression.

COMMITMENT: You may sit out of any activity, or participate only to a level that's right for you.

RATIO OF DISCUSSION TO EXPERIENTIAL: About 50/50 percent.

PLEASE BRING:

For Vulva and Penis: I Bow down to You - your own sarong and towel to lay on.

For Sexobatics -  a yoga mat.  

For The Luscious World of Whipping - your own whip if you have one.

WEAR: For most activities, loose-fitting comfortable clothes are appropriate. 

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