Brene Brown says that play is one of the guideposts to whole-hearted living.
More and more research is finding that play is a crucial part of mental health, human connection, creativity, stress relief, learning, and joy.
But we deny ourselves access to play (and silliness and the art of doing things simply because they're enjoyable) because we are addicted to busy-ness, productivity, and being taken seriously.
Play is one of the most potent and critical tools we have at our disposal for nurturing healthy relationships, for self-care, and for cultivating joy in our lives.
Far too many of us have no idea how to play anymore.
This workshop is about looking back and mapping our our play history. It's about coming up with endless ways to play in big and small ways as a way to invite curiosity, discovery, and a sense of movement into our life and relationships.
Rather than being frivolous, it's a fundamental part of what we need to thrive.
Let us re-learn how to tap into our imagination not only because it fosters success, love, sexual energy, and health, but because we deserve to have fun.
It's time to play.
This workshop will feature an online video, self-reflective journal exercises, and resources on how to increase the play in your life - for creativity, stress relief, and relationship health..
*Note: Your credit card will not be charged until the workshop is released, so mark your calendar that Gumroad won't charge you until that day.
About the host:
Sex is a social skill. Dawn Serra speaks it, writes it, teaches it, and she helps you learn how to develop it. She is the creator and host of the weekly podcast, Sex Gets Real, and of the online sexuality & body acceptance summit, Explore More. She lectures at colleges and universities on sex and relationships and works one-on-one with clients who need to get unstuck around their pleasure and desire. Dawn's approach to sex is intersectional, inclusive, and justice-based. It's not all work, though! In her downtime, Dawn can often be found watching an episode of Masterchef Australia, cooking up something delicious, or adventuring with her husband. Pronouns: she/her/hers
See more workshops & resources from Dawn at http://dawnserra.com/courses
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