Exploring Breath as an Erotic Pump
Presented by Cyd Crossman
Sunday 27th October. 9.30am -12 noon
Are you tired of not having enough energy, feeling overwhelmed and /or anxious by the demands of our “busy” cultural conditioning, are you ready to slow down, turn your gaze inwards be curious and explore simple breath techniques to access more erotic energy in you and enhance the awareness of your body as a deep source of pleasure, wisdom, happiness and freedom.
Join Cyd Crossman Sexuality Embodiment Educator in this 2.5 hour Orgasmic Yoga (OY) session. In a safe and intentional space we will explore the breath as an erotic pump to produce a state of arousal that is free of fantasy, unfinished emotional business, religious dogma, cultural caveats and habitual sexual behaviours. You will learn simple yet profound practises that you can take home and use in everyday life for a life that is more sensual, spacious and full of more pleasure.
You will discover
how to use breath as an erotic pump to access more erotic energy.
Learn the difference between up -regulated/down regulated breath and how to use this exploration consciously in your life to feel more empowered.
Increase your energy
Breath to heighten your pleasure, sensation and erotic intelligence
Breath to reduce anxiety and overwhelm.
A take home Orgasmic practise tailored to your personal needs and lifestyle.
Orgasmic Yoga (OY) isn’t exactly what it sounds like. It’s not a yoga class with a happy ending. But, it is an intimate and transformative Mindfulness Practise.
You do not have to be orgasmic, or have an orgasm to practise OY, it is not outcome focused, it is simply intending and allowing space and time to connect with your body’s erotic landscape, taking the scenic route through your pleasure.
OY dates back about 25 years and was created by sexological bodyworkers, including the renowned Dr. Joseph Kramer, a leader in this field and founder of the Body Electric School, the New School of Erotic Touch, and the Orgasmic Yoga Institute.
Use the code EARLYOY before September 29th for earlybird ticket pricing of $55 per person.
Sexuality Embodiment Educator and Practitioner
Cyd Crossman provides the Modern Sex Education you never got. Through her unique process, based on years of study in modern/ancient sexuality and sensual/erotic embodiment practices. Cyd guides all people to become more fully present in their bodies. Her transformational methods support people to live better, more creative, connected, juicy, sensual, pleasure-full lives.
With many years of experience and deeply intelligent insights she believes that it is everybody’s right to have an enriched, sane, and authentic relationship to their body and to experience pleasure and connect with their inherent sexuality. She believes it is the most important relationship they will ever have. By leaning into our sexuality and learning to listen to our bodies, including the uncomfortable parts, we can liberate ourselves from conditioning, shame and confusion.
After working in the field of sexuality for 18 years, Cyd has had the privilege of working closely with some of the worlds’ leading erotic educators. She is a certified and experienced Sexological Bodyworker, a Somatic Sex Educator, Embodied Therapist, workshop facilitator and speaker, Visual/Performance Artist and Mistress of Ceremonies. Cyd is also an avid writer and researcher with a BA in Journalism. She lives in a subtropical paradise near Byron Bay, Australia.
Cyd is a Member of Somatic Sex Educators’ Association of Australasia (SSEAA.org)
Member of the Association of Certified Sexological Bodyworkers ACSB (sexologicalbodyworkers.org)
Certificate in Embodied Counselling, Institute of Somatic Sexology
Certified Sexological Bodyworker, Institute of Somatic Sexology
Certified Somatic Sex Educator/Coach, Institute of Somatic Sexology
Betty Martin (Like A Pro…. In process)
Ellen Heed, Anatomy and Physiology, Scar Remediation
Kenneth Ray Stubbs, Sexual Shamanic Training
Barbara Carrallas, Mastery in Urban Tantra Graduate
Margot Anand, Skydancing Tantra
BA Communications (Journalism) Charles Sturt University