Togetherness Bristol

Hello BRISTOL! We are excited to be doing our first event outside London in the heart of the SW. I've put together a team of the most expert playful facilitators from across the UK. My session is called HOW DO I LIKE IT? 

It's a 90 min school of intimacy, exploring what you like and what you don’t like. Boundaries, how you like to touch and be touched, whether you are serving, taking, allowing or receiving. Most people never think about this and it can have profound beneficial effects on all your relationships and all areas of your life.

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OTHER SESSIONS INCLUDE

HOW DO I LIKE IT? with Adam Wilder • BODY LOVE SKETCH CLUB with Rosy Pendlebury & Ruby Carol • DANCING FREEDOM with Sophie Bolton • IMPROV with Caitlin Campbell from the The Bristol Improv Theatre • GUIDED TOUCH TOUR with Jessica Parker & Dione Eric from Pleasure Island Parties • TOGETHERNESS RITUAL with Adam Wilder & Roma Norriss • COLLABORATIVE VOCAL IMPROV with Isolde Freeth-Hale

This festival is for everyone, whether you are single or in a relationship, whatever your politics, gender, race, religion, wherever you come from and wherever you are going, you are welcome at TOGETHERNESS LONDON.

Tickets are £35 and can be purchased here

Previous participants said

"I just loved it. There's so many people I've told about it, I'll be strong arming people to attend next year - I feel like there would be something for all of my friends here, conventional or otherwise." J. J.

"Wow. Wow. WOW! I feel so different in my body, my relationship to myself, my trust in others (especially men), my possibilities for relationships and ways of relating to people. Thank you so so much for a completely epic day! " L.P.

"It was playful but also deep. I'm totally coming back!"

"I felt trusting, laid back and playful. It was sexy, innocent and daring. More please!"

"My partner and I went to the workshops that best suited us as individuals and as a couple. We are still enjoying discussing what we learned and applying things to our daily lives. Frankly, Togetherness didn't just meet my expectations, it by far exceeded them."

 

Adam Taffler