3. Mai — ca. 30. November 2019 Intensive-Training Berlin
In cooperation with the Institute for Somatic Sexology, Australia.
Teachers: Uma Ayelet Furman and Deej Juventin
Course language English
Module One Online Group Study May 3rd to July, 1st
Module Two Embodiment Intensive July 1st to July, 13th
Module Three Supervised Practice July 14th to Nov 15th
Further Information and our info broschure, please send an email to: [email protected]
You can also learn more about this upcoming training at our
— Infoevening on Thursday, November 11th and February 28th at 19.30 Uhr at Men Tantra Berlin https://facebook.com/events/1804534549596496/
— The Introduction course Deutsch/English March 1.-3. 2019 https://facebook.com/events/509460519531712/
— Enrollmentvideo with Deej and Uma
— Sexological Bodyworkers are somatic sex educators. Practitioners use a client-centered approach to empower, educate and support individuals, couples and groups to become more knowledgeable, attuned to and aware oftheir bodies, sex and sexuality, or work through sexual issues or concerns.
The teaching involves a variety of instructive modalities, including breathwork, foundations of touch and communication, boundaries and consent, active receiving, genital mapping, scar tissue remediation, and Orgasmic Yoga coaching.
The work provides clients access to deeper awareness, personal growth, and fulfillment in life and intimate relating. One of the somatic realms that Sexological Bodyworkers introduce to clients is a state of arousal that is free of fantasy, unfinished emotional business, religious dogma, cultural caveats and habitual sexual behaviors. In this meditative state, an individual becomes aware of the body as a source of wisdom and freedom. One of the ways to access this fecund state is by actively receiving attentive and mindful erotic touch. Helping others access and make use of a variety of erotic states is foundational to the education we offer.Sexological Bodyworkers believe that sexual health and erotic education are basic human rights.
— This program trains and certifies somatic sex educators. Although touch may be used as one of the educational modalities, Sexological Bodyworkers are not a new type of massage therapist. They are certified sexologists focusing on education. The training emphasizes session structure, embodied skills, professional practice, ethics and boundaries, and group facilitation. The curriculum includes and expands upon the original California-approved course of studies.
Prerequisites for Enrolment
Although the training was designed to build on the experience of practitioners who are already working in related fields such as bodyworkers, sex educators, yoga instructors, psychotherapists, sex workers or health care providers,the basic prerequisite for this training is a heartfelt commitment to learn.
The enrolment process includes an interview with the facilitators via Zoom (a Skype alternative).
The Institute of Somatic Sexology strives to create an inclusive space, and encourages diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and life experience. If you are living with a disability we will strive to meet your specific needs within the scope of our resources and methodology. We encourage you to arrange a time to speak with us to determine what is possible.
Upon satisfactory completion of requirements for all three modules, and approval by the Institute of Somatic Sexology, students are awarded the Certificate in Sexological Bodywork. Graduates from the professional training can become membersof The Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers (ACSB) in the US, The Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists (ASIS) in the UK, and Somatic Sex Educators’ Association of Australasia (SSEAA).