EXPRESSIVE EROTIC PLAY
What would it look like to give your erotic and creative worlds the time and space to joyfully flourish?
WHAT IS EXPRESSIVE EROTIC PLAY?
Expressive Erotic Play is a daily embodied pleasure practice that weaves together the sensual exploration of your erotic body and your creative expression.
WHO IS EXPRESSIVE EROTIC PLAY FOR?
Anyone who desires to celebrate their body and nourish their creativity.
WHY IS EXPRESSIVE EROTIC PLAY IMPORTANT?
Because your body, your eroticism and your creativity are meaningful and worth savoring and enjoying.
**You do not need to be an artist or know everything about your pleasure and body. This practice is open to ALL experience levels.**
READ THE TESTIMONIALS BELOW AND FIND OUT HOW EXPRESSIVE EROTIC PLAY HAS IMPACTED OTHERS!
“My most profound learning in EEP was that when I make space for creativity in this intentional practice, creativity finds more space in my life outside of the practice. I found myself spontaneously creating little songs as I walked about the city, sometimes with words, sometimes wordless. While I occasionally pulled out my phone to record and ‘capture’ this organic self-expression, I more often simply savored the music moving through me, the sound of my voice, the vibrations of my song as it left my body. I had a deep awareness that these songs emerged only because of my EEP practice.”
Shauna Farabaugh, Somatic Sex Educator
“I found that intentionally brining my own artful time into my self-pleasure really lit-up creativity all over other areas of my life, and suddenly I’m more connected to my dancer self, my writer self, my artful eye in all moments, and more committed to myself as an artist as well as a lover.”
Sarabell Eisenfeld, Somatic Sex Educator
“My intention was to feel into the next opening of my erotic being and creative potential. So I wrote haikus for my experiences and took photographs of myself in positions that I felt heightened excitement (I like a little mystery and suggestion). Experimenting with this felt fun and freeing. It seemed like great work I could carry beyond the bedroom and into many aspects of my life.”