The World Health Organisation (WHO) frames sexual health as “a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence” 
"There is growing evidence of the need for a holistic approach to sexual health, but less evidence of how to deliver this"  --- Welcome to inTouch Workshops / Retreats intended to support this goal:
- To Be Announced -
Level 1 : Participants remain clothed This is not solo work in a group. All activity is with a partner. Below is a general outline. During the workshops, your voice is always welcomed, I am here to facilitate and guide.
[ women only, mixed gender. LGBT community will be organized accordingly, and may include bi-curious attendees. Questionnaire will be provided prior to each workshop / retreat ]
Body Breath Connection: non sexual connections / body / breath awareness.
Meditative practices include: hand-holding, hugs, cuddles, and basic partner yoga practices
To Touch and be Touched: Giver and Receiver - 3 minute game
Level 2: Sensual massage. Learning to trace the body - slowly incorporating a full body massage (depending on participant consent, individuals have the choice to be nude or partially draped)
2a : incorporate genital massage (optional)
***These workshops are not meant to try and arouse or please another person, chasing a predefined goal. It's about allowing each to have their own experience, cultivating a sense of trust, the freedom to allow oneself to be. Discussing and Q&A on guidelines will be had at the workshop***
*** inTouch Trusted Practice Partner Network : for those who wish to sign up as a safe practice partner with others who have attended the workshops.
Details to be discussed in the workshop ***