Sacred Sex Magic class begins Mon, May 12th

Teachers from the Portland Reclaiming community will be offering a class in May that you may be interested in:

Sacred Sex Magic

Ecstasy. Boundaries. Attraction. Sensuality. Desire.

Our sacred sexuality is a birthright, a source of incredible joy and sometimes frustration. We welcome all the pieces of our sexual selves in the glorious paradox of being broken and whole. Together we will awaken or refresh a deep relationship with our unique sexual life force. We seek to know our own sex energy intimately in order to bring it fully into the world, inspiring our relationships and magic.

Working with sexual energy can challenge us on many levels and willingness to participate fully is important — however, please know that you will not be asked to sexually interact with your classmates and teachers. Please be pagan friendly and comfortable with creating sacred space and working with guided meditation or trance. We welcome adults of all genders and orientations.

Teachers: Dawn Isidora and Ravyn Stanfield
Dates: Five week class beginning Mon, May 12 and ending June 9, 2008
Time: 7-9:30p Mondays
Start times are prompt so please arrive a few minutes early to get settled.
Cost: $100-150 sliding scale, $50 deposit will hold your space in the class. Class size will be limited so that we can work in an intimate group.
Contact: Ravyn at r[email protected] for information, questions and registration

Ravyn Stanfield is an acupuncturist, writer, lover, artist and activist dedicated to bringing more magic and erotic revolution into the world through the cracks in Western civilization. She teaches workshops internationally and in the Oregon prison system. She has been involved with the Reclaiming tradition of Witchcraft since 1995. She is an initiate of the Reclaiming and Feri traditions.

Dawn Isidora first became involved with Reclaiming in San Francisco in the early eighties. She is a spiritual counselor and hypnotherapist. She makes her home upon an extinct volcano with her husband, two sons and a variety of critters. Dawn teaches internationally. She is an initiate of the Reclaiming and Feri traditions.