The Naked Body – Women’s Edition

In this workshop we will explore our relationship with our naked bodies.

This time only female identifying beings are invited to the workshop. I would like to create a space for women who would like to come to the workshop but struggle to surrender in a mixed gendered group. I might offer a flinta* edition in the future.

The goal is not force you to love or appreciate every part of your body. But more to create a space to observe what‘s happening in your mind, emotion and body when being naked.

As this is a non-sexual space, we also want to move away from the idea that being naked has to mean being sexual. Which other ways are there to look at your naked self?

With the help of our senses, we will playfully get in touch with our nakedness and find new ways to perceive our body parts. We will use a dance therapeutic approach to travel through our body and to engage with those around us.

The workshop will start fully dressed and will guide into full nudity. We will work with different creative methods like movement, voice, verbal sharing, meditation and drawing. It will be a combination of self experiential and partnered exercises.

In some partnered exercises, non-sexual touch will be exchanged. If you‘re not okay with that, we can find ways of doing the exercises without touch.

Join the workshop for a playful, curious and loving exploration of our nakedness.

Please bring a sarong/ towel to sit on.

Every participant needs to have joined the mandatory consent workshop before hand (Express Consent or Yes I Care workshop)

Please bring:

drink bottle

Towels or sarong to sit on

About Lea:

Lea is a space holder, coachand performance artist based in Berlin. She’s been dancing her whole life and is focusing her work on embodiment, contact improvisation and flow arts. She trained in dance pedagogy, life coaching, sacred sexuality and trauma sensitive spaceholding. Currently, she‘s in her second year of studies to become a dance therapist with the DGT (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Tanztherapie). She likes to play, explore and to create a safer space for personal growth.