Sensuality Retreat
Haworth, Yorkshire

Date: Saturday 14th November 2021
Time: 10am to 4pm
Venue: Penny Bank, Main St, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DU
Cost: £95

Getting in touch with yourself as a woman and focus on feeling good and giving self-love – it’s what you deserve. Through mindfulness, yoga, movement and energy medicine, you will learn how to raise your frequency and reunite with pleasure.

Make pleasure your driving force!

Sexuality is the energy of our second chakra – the Sacral Chakra. It is linked to water and taste. Kissing, bathing and flowing are all watery in nature. It is about our sexual desires, pleasures and joy.

Sensuality, on the other hand, comes from your Heart Chakra. It’s about unconditional love, with no objective, and about a deep, intimate connection. It may include being sexual, but it doesn’t have too.

Anything that makes you feel physically good can be sensual e.g., delicious food, massage, pleasant sounds, hugging, having a bath, walking amongst the trees, touch of cloth on the skin of a flowing dress, watching a sunset; anything that fully allows you to enjoy your senses – smell, touch, taste, sight, hearing.

Sensuality is the bridge that connects mental, emotional, physical, and consciousness, so is an incredible healing force. While being in-tune with our sensuality allows us to connect us to our primal sexuality, it also opens a powerful gateway to experiencing our raw emotions, which further allows us to feel deeply connected to ourselves and to others.

This group session is for women only and is limited to a maximum of 12 participants.

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable warm clothing.

Call me on 07902 161 675 to secure a place. I will email you a Paypal request, or you can pay by bank transfer.

Sessions are held at Penny Bank, Main St, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DU.

Detailed information on Haworth, including accommodation can be found at FAQs.

If driving, use the council-run car park by the Bronte Parsonage Museum, rather than the nearby private car park.

No. Tea, coffee and water are provided throughout the day, and a microwave is available. There are plenty of local cafes and pubs.