Reserve your place:
£50 on the door, if space is available
£37 book HERE (discount ends noon 19June2017 or when sold out)
£30 concession (please see bottom of page)
Payment is proof your place is reserved. PayPal will send a confirmation email and Credit/Debit payments will show as Curt Mason on your statement.
‘The Forest‘ is a workshop where we get to explore sensation, pleasure, boundaries and consent.
You will take turns being both the forest and the forest dwellers. Helping each other to explore your bodies through a group process of touch and sensory play.
What might you discover about yourself when you surrender to the touch of others?
This workshop is clothing optional and is open to beginners and experienced.
Any questions please contact Andy: info @ menintouch.co.uk (remove spaces)
Curt Mason is a Certified Sexological Bodyworker, qualified and
experienced Person Centred Counsellor and Gestalt Psychotherapist. He has been a practicing meditator for over 13 years and teaches Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction programme. Curt runs a psychotherapy practice and retreat centre in Sydney, Australia, where he has lived for 15 years.
When: Tuesday 20 June 2017, 19:00 – 21:30 (doors open 18:30)
Where: Hammersmith, London W6 9DJ. The venue is 5 minutes from Hammersmith underground station, address and directions will be sent to you on booking.
Please Bring: a towel to stand on (towels can be hired at the venue for £1 each, to reserve one please email info @ menintouch.co.uk) We also recommend you bring a bottle of water.
Cancellation: must be made by email to: info @ menintouch.co.uk (remove spaces)
Fees are credited a follows:
– up to 1 week before the start: 100%
– up to 24 hours before the start: 50%
– less than 24 hours before the start: no refund.
You may nominate someone else (by email) to take your place with minimum 24 hours notice.
Concession: offered to students on low income, and people on JSA or ESA, not available on the door. Please send proof to: info @ menintouch.co.uk (remove spaces, added to prevent harvesting by web trawlers).