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How to ask for what you want: A Wheel of Consent Course

March 1 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$15 – $250

Why is it so hard to ask for what we want? What gets in our way? How can we learn to know what we want, trust in our own desires, and communicate that to others?

Join us for a 6-week guided practice laboratory to learn skills from the Wheel of Consent®. The Wheel of Consent® is a model of consent based on the idea of consent as an agreement between people, with a clear understanding of who an action is for. This practice allows for a much deeper engagement with understanding our own wants and desires and our boundaries and limits.

At the end of this course, you’ll:

  • Have a deeper understanding of how to know what it is you want
  • Be able to trust and value your desires
  • Better know in your body your authentic “yesses” and “nos”
  • Be more awake to the pleasure of touch
  • Have some tools to communicate your wants to others

This class meets for 2 hours each Tuesday evening, 5:30pm Pacific Time/8:30pm Eastern Time.

It is co-taught by Sasha Lasdon and Max Pearl, who are both Facilitators-in-Training for the School of Consent.

Sasha Lasdon works as a somatic sex educator and dancer based in HoChunk land called DeJope/Madison, WI. They have worked with movement, sexuality, gender, bodywork and consent education for over 20 years. They are certified as a STREAM practitioner and are a facilitator in training with the School of Consent. They have taught and danced all over the world in contact improvisation, aerial/circus and integrated dance companies and spaces.

Max Pearl has a Ph.D in Neuroscience from Case Western Reserve University, and a Certificate of Theological Studies from Pacific School of Religion, in Berkeley. Max was an HIV/AIDS educator and advocate from 1985-1995. He has been practicing Buddhist meditation since 1990. Max has studied various embodiment modalities including Authentic Movement and Tantra, and has been teaching contemplative practices since 2005.

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March 1
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$15 – $250




Sasha Lasdon