Create Your Pleasure
Are you ready for a day of pleasure filled practices?
Are you ready to say OMG yes to your pleasure?
Are you ready for a unique day retreat with a sexy spin?
If you were an hell YES for the above then we know you will love what we have created for you.
A day for YOU, to lean into your pleasure, move your body, get creative, be nourished and connect with some epic like minded souls.
We have teamed up to present a day retreat like no other. Where you will leave feeling more connected and turned on than ever before AND with a beautiful clay creation to remember and cherish this day!
What we are offering:
- Women’s circle to openly connect and set our intention, as well one to close the day
- Embodied dance journey to invoke sensuality and pleasure
- Delicious GF and plant based lunch and snacks
- Be guided in creating your own body celebrating sculpture from clay
You’ll have spaciousness between workshops to chill, connect, chat and consume!
Celebrate you and your pleasure by gifting yourself this luscious day retreat. We can’t wait to spoil you.
Pleasure is your birthright and it’s time to reclaim that for yourself. You deserve this.
Want to supercharge your pleasure this weekend? See our "Clay and Rosé" event here. If you sign up for both we'll give you a cheeky discount too!
Need to know:
Saturday 17 July
Groundwork Fitness Mezzanine Studio
37 Darling St, Carrington NSW 2294
Please bring: an open mind and heart, wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in, that you are not too precious about potentially getting a little grubby!
All tools, materials and aprons are provided.
The space, Accessibility and Inclusion:
Street parking nearby, and we are close to public transport.
There is a single flight of stairs to access the studio space.
We welcome all adults those who identify as womxn, and those with any disabilities who are independent.
We acknowledge that our event will take place on the land of the Awabakal and Worimi people, and that sovereignty was never ceeded. We recognise and respect continuing relationship with the land and waters and pay respect to elders past, present, and emerging.