Seeking the Sacred & the Sensuous in Sexuality
Event Type: Workshop
Start: Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 1:00pm
End: Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:30pm
Notes About This Event
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: You are invited to explore the splendor, grace, beauty, and intimacy involved in sexuality. Whether or not you are currently partnered, this workshop is about YOUR relationship with YOUR sexuality. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a power point presentation and discussion that honors individual values and spiritual beliefs. Enjoy this safe, special journey of learning and re-learning about a most splendid aspect of life that can be fun, sensuous, and sacred. During the last hour, we will seal the experience into the body with the power, grace, and sensuality of a uniquely choreographed Nia routine. No prior Nia experience is necessary.
ABOUT SUSAN TATE: While she was an assistant professor at the University of Virginia, Susan proposed, developed, and taught the "Sexuality Today" course that received international attention and praise. USA Today, 60 Minutes, BBC radio, and Rolling Stone Magazine have interviewed Susan for her innovative teaching techniques and positive approaches to teaching sexuality.
A certified Black Belt Nia instructor and certified Nia Five Stages of Self-Healing instructor, Susan Tate completed all of her Nia trainings with Debbie Rosas and Carlos AyaRosas, co-creators of The Nia Technique. Susan discovered Nia in 1997 while she was the Director of Health Promotion and assistant professor in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia and has been teaching Nia since 1999. She teaches internationally and has most recently taught Nia in Belgium, New York City, Washington DC, and Toronto. A well-respected health educator for over 43 years, Susan is an author, teacher, and wellness visionary. Her most recent books include Into the Mouths of Babes, 3rd ed., and Wellness Wisdom: 31 Ways to Nourish Your Mind, Body & Spirit. She has two grown children and delights in being a dancing grandmother! You can learn more at www.susantate.org.