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Pleasure (your) Chest

September 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

$125 – $250


Join us for an experiential workshop series specifically created for trans masculine folks who have completed top surgery; holding space in community to explore grief, consent and pleasure from an embodied understanding.


Throughout the process of pursuing top surgery you can become so focused on the final outcome that you have to compartmentalize the myriad of emotions that are felt along the way. The medical team can prepare you for the healing process from surgery, but doesn’t have the knowledge or the capacity to teach you how to explore pleasure in your body as it is in this moment. Quite often you overlook certain losses and the grief that come with them to focus on the fact that you finally have had your surgery. This is a space to express the fullness of your experience and learn skills to support your body and your pleasure.


This Workshop is For You:

  • If you have had any type of masculinizing top surgery
  • If you have noticed complicated feelings during or after the surgical process
  • If feeling into boundaries and embodying consent are skills you want to learn or practice
  • If you want more access to, and practices that support, your pleasure
  • If you want to feel more at home in your body


This offering is our love letter to post-op trans masculine spectrum people.


Session One: Establishing the Group Container

Session Two: Dipping Our Toes into Grief

Session Three: Learn and Practice Embodied Consent

Session Four: Individual Pleasure Practices to Expand Erotic Possibility


Other Important Details:

Location: Private Zoom Room with Captions

Dates: Saturdays in September 9th, 16th, 23rd, & 30th

Time: 10am-12pm PST

Cost: Sliding Scale $125-$250 (If you have the means to pay more so others can pay less please do.)

Please check out our fundraising efforts to support future students access to scholarships and bursaries for hands on scar support bodywork. LINK to Community Care Fund

Space for 10-15 participants.