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Celebrating Sexuality 2017 Festival
November 17 @ 4:00 pm - November 20 @ 10:00 am UTC+11
Celebrating Sexuality will return to the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia, the 17th-20th of November 2017, once again uniting the tribes of contemporary sexuality across 4 workshop spaces.
With a personal touch evident across every aspect of the weekend in an atmosphere characterised by exploration and intimacy; this festival has become one of Australia’s most beloved over the course of its 6-year history.
Celebrating Sexuality is a unique weekend festival for the exploration of sex and relationships.
We provide a supportive and accessible space for adults to explore what sex and relationships means for them through workshops and discussion groups, in a festival atmosphere.
The weekend is for singles, those in relationships and inclusive of all sexual preferences, cultural, relationship and gender identities.
It is for you if you are just starting your exploration, or you are looking to invigorate or expand on current and future relationships.
You want to learn more about intimacy and connection. How to have more fun with sex. You’ve heard of fetishes, kink, BDSM, Tantra – or perhaps you haven’t! and want to learn about them, explore them; in an adult, supportive and fun environment.
Learn from experienced, relatable, high-quality sex and relationship educators from Australia and internationally.
Your entry ticket includes a choice of 25+ workshops, is fully catered with nourishing, locally sourced and organic food.
The venue is approx 1hr drive from Melbournes CBD on a beautiful property on the Mornington Peninsula.
Accomodation includes self-camping however if that’s not your thing, you can choose dormitory style indoor beds or the uber comfortable Glamping option. We provide comfortable spaces to relax comfortably and enjoy the beautiful surrounds. The venue includes purpose built showers and toilets.
A drug and alcohol free, 18+ event; Celebrating Sexuality has been created to provide a much needed space for a conscious exploration of sex and relationships. None of the workshops will require nudity or sexual contact to gain benefit.
Come alone, come with friends – just come!