Brand Spankin’ New Workshops!
At Good For Her, we are committed to sexual education, and we offer more sex and sexuality workshops than anywhere else in Canada.
Spring is in the air, and we have some brand spankin’ new workshops to celebrate rebirth and renewal. Learn sexy skills that will keep your relationship sizzling and pathways for self-love with these special sessions being offered for the first time.
NOTE: *Women includes trans/cis women and non-binary folk
An introduction to the Hold Me Tight Program, designed to help couples transform their relationship and build the love map that’ll help take them to new heights. We’ll touch upon love, attachment, identifying emotional needs, four pillars of misunderstandings, avoiding negative dances which activate raw spots, importance of forgiveness, and building intimacy. Based on Dr. Sue Johnson’s Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT), click here for more information on this philosophy of relationships. All welcome. With Rebecca Rosenblat, Thursday, March 22, 7-9:30 PM.
On the winding path of coming to know ourselves as sexual beings, most women* have endured experiences that were unpleasant at best and downright traumatic at worst. When we hold on to these experiences and blame ourselves, it interferes with our ability to feel comfortable and confident within our sexual expression. This workshop will explore the concept of sexual self-forgiveness by taking you on an introspective and interactive journey to release sexual shame and guilt. In a supportive circle, embrace the heart of a goddess and restore yourself back to emotional health and sexual self-acceptance. Women* only. With Shahrazad, Thursday April 12, 7-9:30pm
Rejection comes in many forms. From a stranger’s “no” to a long-term partner’s disinterest, from an awkward sexual experience to relationship breakdown. In the face of rejection, how do you stay open and hopeful? How do you find the courage to take a risk when it’s easier to hide? You might be surprised to learn that befriending rejection — instead of keeping it away — is the key. In this workshop, you’ll use Emotional Intelligence tools and my recent book “Monster” to explore and transform your relationship to rejection. Expect to do some thinking, writing/drawing, playing, practicing, laughing, and to be read to. All welcome. With Karen B. K. Chan, Monday April 30, 7-9:30 PM.
The human body is capable of perceiving and enjoying a vast range of sensations on a spectrum from gentle to intense. Join Shahrazad for a light-hearted and hands-on exploration of the use of hot wax, clothespins, electroplay, Wartenburg Wheels, suction devices and floggers to enhance your erotic encounters. All welcome. With Shahrazad. Wednesday May 9, 7-9:30 PM.