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« Wednesday December 05, 2012 »
Start: 19:30
End: 21:00
Have you ever wondered what the secret is to better sex, hotter sex, sexier sex, more sex? Have you often wondered what others are doing to have the sex life they desire? Whether you are in a sexual relationship with others or not, strengthened body love can increase your erotic flow and bring more passion, creativity and excitement into your life. Join Maisha Najuma Aza as we discuss the ways that body love can lead to better sex. Maisha will lead you in a facilitated discussion and offer experiential exercises that seek to strengthen the connection with your mind, body and spirit. We will discuss new, exciting, fun and challenging ways to love your body on purpose. This workshop will engage your senses, enliven your curiosity and invoke your sense of adventure! This is a Charis Circle Urban Sustainability and Wellness Program and the Suggested Donation is $10 Maisha Najuma Aza, MSW, CMT Maisha is a woman of many talents and one calling - to assist people in their journey of self-discovery, self-healing and transformation. Maisha accomplishes this in a variety of ways. She is an ordained Shamanic minister, spiritual life coach and Shamanic Reiki II practitioner, with a certification in massage therapy and a masters degree in clinical social work. She has been a healer and body worker for over 14 years; and has worked in a variety of settings; such as veterinary clinics, corporate offices, social service centers, hospitals and even on the road as a long haul truck driver. Maisha is a body-positive, sex-positive social activist, who is keenly aware of the ways that race, class, gender, ability, size, color, and sexual orientation affect the ways that bodies are perceived. As a writer, spoken word artist, and former burlesque/draglesque performer, Maisha embraces her social activism through artistic action. Maisha infuses fun, wit and sensual creativity into all of her affairs. Maisha is a vivacious, free spirit, known for her sensuality, her infectious smile, and her warm hugs. She enjoys stimulating conversations, spending time in nature, moving her body, singing sacred songs, being super silly, and taking impromptu road trips. Find out more about Maisha's work at
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