Learn the wonderful art and science of Conscious Kink so that you can take people on amazing erotic journeys into places of power, love and self-discovery.
This is the perfect course for people wanting to explore kink in a conscious, self-aware way and who want to take people on journeys using Conscious Kink techniques.
Kink can be an amazing tool for personal growth, erotic connection and deep, beautiful intimacy. This 5 session course is designed to give you all the skills you need to explore kink with lovers, partners and clients. This will suit both private individuals and practitioners alike.
The 5 session course covers:
- Emotional, physical and sexual safety
- Navigating consent and boundaries
- Holding space and allowing emotion
- Mapping the human body
- Impact Play in its many guises
- Exploring our own erotic shadow
- Beginners Rope Bondage
- Domination and Submission
- Discussion on sex work and the law
- How to construct personalised client sessions
- Marketing and getting started
- Optional: There are several optional ways you can personally this course. There are so many different kinks that you might choose to explore. The School will do its best to accommodate the conscious exploration of all legal kinks.
A certificate of completion is awarded by the School of Erotic Mysteries after successful completion. This course will give you some basic yet essential skills for getting started in the sex industry as a kink practitioner and for taking people on beautiful, powerful erotic journeys.
The above syllabus spans:
- 5 sessions lasting 4 hours each in our studio in East London.
- An assistant is present for 4 of these sessions to practice on.
- one follow-up Skype.
This course is done at your own pace in our studio in East London. There will be an assistant in the room for 4 of the sessions so we can practice our skills. Boundaries are respected and nurtured at all times. The 5 sessions must be completed within a 12 month period at a pace that suits you.
The course includes all materials, assistants, venue hire and equipment needed.
(Pic by Jo Tabe)