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” [1]

"There is growing evidence of the need for a holistic approach to sexual health, but less evidence of how to deliver this" [2] --- Welcome to inTouch Workshops / Retreats intended to support this goal: 

sexual health

   - 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 ***

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1. World Health Organization. Defining sexual health: report of a technical consultation on sexual health, 28–31 January 2002, Geneva. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2006 [1]

2. Wellings K, Johnson AM. Framing sexual health research: adopting a broader perspective. Lancet. 2013;382:1759–62 [2]