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Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94103
Sensual. Slow. Power. Join us as we own our bodies and take up space in new ways. With Earth, Water, Fire, and Air we raise, heal, and integrate our feminal erotic selves.
WHO: prioritizing larger bodied people. All genders, all ages, all orientations.
WHEN: Six class series. Every Sunday from Sept 3 — Oct 8th. Doors open at 10:15am, class starts at 10:30am.
COST: $230 for the series (about $19 per hr of class time). If by chance we *don't* sell out, then open spaces will be available for $45 per class.
HOW TO REGISTER:
send $230 to [email protected]
via PayPal or Venmo.
— If you are using PayPal PLEASE send to «friends and family» so I actually get the whole amount that is owed. If you are going to use «paying for goods and services» you need to add $5 to your payment. Thank you for understanding.
— If the name on your pay account is not your chosen name, please put your preferred name in the notes as well.
— Classes have space for 11 students Max.
— Each class is 2 hrs long, including welcome, check in, warm up, floorwork, a short break, pole work, and closing.
— The Center for Sex and Culture (CSC) is a working non-profit supporting the local queer, kink, leather, poly, sex-positive, and sex-worker communities, among others. Their rent has recently been tripled. If you would like to donate please do so at squareup.com/market/center-for-sex-and-culture-2/donate-to-the-center-for-sex-and-culture
— The CSC’s three poles are able to hold up to 400 lbs or more (whereas most other location poles are safe up to 200 lbs)
Alexandria Nichandros (facebook.com/ClickYourHeelsEvents) is a body-positive, queer, leather, married, poly, switch, flirt, femme-nomenon. For 19+ years she’s been teaching, performing, and choreographing all sorts of movement. You can see her ever experimental erotic performance work on the Rebel Kings stage at The White Horse in Oakland, first and third Wednesdays. Her favorite things include teaching private lessons, sleeping, and Sade. Through her company Click Your Heels she fulfills her clients movement desires for intimate gatherings, benefits, weddings, and more from the simple to the sublime.
WHAT TO WEAR?
layers! basically you need two outfits, one that goes over the other. MORE clothes for warm up and floorwork, LESS clothes for pole work. (why? Many pole moves require skin-to-pole contact, such as ankles, shins, knees, upper UPPER thighs, shoulders, etc. However for floorwork we generally want fabric-to-floor not skin to floor.)
— examples of MORE clothes: Leggings, yoga pants, sweat pants, leg warmers, t shirts, hoodies, socks
— examples of LESS clothes: one or two piece swim suits, booty shorts, wrestling shorts, running shorts, bras/sports bras, leg warmers, hoodies, t shirts, tank tops
For the floorwork you may wish to have kneepads but they are not required.
GLASSES and floorwork are not friends :( Please wear your contacts or leave your glasses in your bag if possible.
High Heels are not required but they are always welcome. (No other shoes are permitted.) Please wash the soles with soap and water before class unless they have never been worn outside.
WHAT TO BRING?
Nothing is required. Suggested items include Water bottle, yoga mat, hand towel, knee pads.