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F*ck foreplay - it's ventral vagal baby


11:00 - 12:30

Deej Juventin



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The emerging science of interpersonal neurobiology is revolutionizing sexology, mapping out how bodies, brains and nervous systems are not separate from each other, but in the constant process of connecting, changing felt states, and shaping each other. Intentionally accessing these systems harnesses powerful pathways for pleasure. This workshop explores how the quality of connection, rather than the activities involved, leads to great sex, offering simple embodied practices that enhance the body's capacity for connection.

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Deej Juventin

Deej is passionately involved in the expansion of somatic work internationally, having supported the development of sexological bodywork, somatic sex education and embodied counselling in Australasia, Europe, the UK and the US. He was the founding president of the Somatic Sex Educators’ Association of Australasia, and is co-director of the Institute of Somatic Sexology. He was awarded Somatic Sex Educator of the Year for 2016 at the Sexual Freedom Awards in London.

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