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SYDNEY Movement as Medicine

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Embodiment sucks. It can also be delicious. 

Illness and pain can interfere with our capacity to enjoy our bodies. This workshop is a journey of exploratory self-care, incorporating yoga, massage, dance, self-pleasure, breathwork and meditation. Learn how to create a sustainable routine that honours and nurtures your bodies unique needs, opening your pathways to pleasure.

What to Expect: A guided movement meditation exploring breath, touch, movement and sound. We’ll be using music to activate the body and deepen the journey. This is an opportunity to try a range of different techniques and see what works for you. 

Benefits: Learn the core structure of an versatile self care practise that can adapt to your bodies needs on any given day. Explore a range of movement practises. Connect with embodied emotion in a framework of compassionate self love Learn how to hear the voice of your body, its needs and desires. Connect with community in a space of vulnerability and compassion. 

Who is this workshop for? This practise has been developed within a framework of chronic illness. As such there will be no expectations for your body to look, feel or move in a particular way. Whilst it’s been designed as a safe and supportive movement space for those with chronic illness, this gentle practise will be restorative for anyone with a painful body who is seeking a sustainable movement practise. 

What to wear and bring: Wear something comfortable for movement. Bring a water bottle and feel free to bring an extra cushion or blanket for cosiness. 


WHEN? 10am-12pm, Saturday 27 April - Ticket sales close on Friday at 7pm.

WHERE? NEW SOUTH WALES / Private Annandale venue close to PT, exact address provided to ticket holders the day before the event with details of parking and transport. 


We're trialling a sliding scale community access option to support those in the community who may not be able to afford a full price ticket. There is no upper limit on this ticket, so if you feel like subsidising those who purchase 'lower priced tickets, or giving a little extra to the facilitator to support us, this is your option!

We believe in both accessibility for the community, as well as making sure our facilitators are paid appropriately for their erotic / intellectual labours, so this is our solution to hold space for both with a minimum of fuss! Enjoy this social experiment, and we'd love your feedback.

5% of ticket sales are donated to charitable organisations. We are currently contributing to Medecins Sans Frontiers and Children’s Ground.


The venue is up one flight of stairs. Once inside the venue, bathroom utilities are down three steps. We apologise for our accessibility limitations. Please enquire to if you have any more accessibility questions.


Eve X is the founder of Sacred Primal Arts, The Australian School of Sexuality and Tantric Kink Australia (forthcoming). She first entered the sexuality industry almost twenty five years ago; since then she has worked in various aspects of the field. Eve is best known for her provocative and profound erotic performance art with Sai Jaiden Lillith; they have been appearing regularly on stages in Melbourne and Sydney since 2019 as Infernal Desire Machine. Eve has held over 60 sexuality education spaces since 2019. She is a regular educational presenter with OzKinkFest and Sexpo / LoveX, and co-owner of Alter Space. Eve’s work is deeply embodied; informed by queerness, neurodivergence and chronic illness. It is also deeply transpersonal; weaving politics, ecology and spirituality into the story of the body.

Twitter - @theevex // Instagram - @the_eve_x // Facebook - @theevexproject // Official Website -

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