Intimacy In Sensuality

Workshop For Couples

Natasha and Joshua will lead you as partners, co-facilitators and participants in this intimate group retreat, designed from common concerns/desires that couples in Natasha’s Counseling practice seek help for. Learning to touch with curiosity and presence – without being focused on performance or goals – has the potential to deepen your intimacy and increase your shared capacity for pleasure.

The content of this retreat will include a mix of group activities and private partner explorations which are aimed at; lessening some of the stigmas around these rarely discussed topics, deepening your intimate connection, increasing pleasure and having FUN. Each couple will have their own “nest” to explore touch in privately, while still remaining in the larger shared space with the rest of the group.

The retreat format is:

May 25th, 10:30am – 10:30pm

  • Circle time. Group introduction, guidelines and confidentiality agreements.
  • Learning and self exploration into what gets in the way of experiencing our full potential in pleasure

Lunch (provided)

  • Waking up the hands exercise.
  • Couples practice curious non genital touch on each other

Supper (couples make their own)

  • Group game
  • Live demonstrations on holding a safe space for your partner while using curious, non goal oriented touch to explore partners body including genitals. The demos will include full nudity with the purpose of creating a clear understanding of the exercises, modeling emotional support, vulnerability and safety.
  • Break
  • Couples enter their “nests” and take turns practicing full body curious touch (including genitals
    Activities over for the night — couples can enjoy intimacy together in their private bedrooms.

May 26th, 9am – 11:30am

  • Breakfast (couples make their own)
  • Closing integration circle


  • $650/couple

What’s included:

  • Full retreat
  • Accommodations including private rooms and shared bathrooms
  • Lunch, Snacks, coffee, tea

What to Bring:

  • Blankets, pillows, foam mat(ideal) or yoga mat – anything comfy to make a bed/nest for you and your partner to comfortably practice exercises. Noise cancelling headphones if you find sounds/music distracting.
  • Notebook or something to write in and a pen
  • Food and beverages for your supper and breakfast. (coffee and tea will be provided)
  • A curious and open attitude


  • There will be facilitator nudity during the demos with the purpose of creating a clear understanding of how to touch in this way as well as to model emotional support, vulnerability and safety.
  • You and your partner will be nude in your own nest while in the same room as other couples. The nest includes a mosquito net around you, salt lamp and your own bedding/mat to make it comfortable. Part of the group safety we establish in the opening circle will emphasize how to ensure a safe and respectful environment for each other. This includes, but isn’t limited to, not staring at other couples while they practice their touch explorations. It is important that you understand though, that it is likely that you will see others and be seen — at least your silhouette through the net.

How to Register:

Email with questions, concerns or to send your deposit of $200. Full payment due before May 25th


“I’m a 20+ year veteran of marriage, and I thought I knew everything about my wife. In an effort to continue to grow our relationship (and after 20 years, you have to seek out ways to do that) we attended the Partner Intimacy workshop this summer, and, it was more surprising that we expected.

Guys (ya, you guys… husbands/boyfriends) I can’t stress enough how valuable this type of thing is. Slowing down, taking time to communicate, and learn, you will come away with a deeper understanding of your partner, and your partner of you. It’s about observing how you feel when touched and talking about your reactions, and rediscovering what feels good to you, and to her. We giggled a bit, we could distantly hear positive sounds of the other couples around us exploring just like we were, and it was arousing, and it was fun.

Natasha put us all at ease and was a fantastic facilitator and guide. You bring your own blankets and pillows and so you have things around you that are familiar. Once you are in your own netted cocoon tunnel vision sets in to some extent and you can forget about the rest of the world outside of you and your partner if you want. You can also see silhouettes and enjoy the sense of community if you’re open to that, but you will never have to worry about your privacy if you need it. If you feel like you can’t, I assure you, you definitely can. The rewards are worth taking a chance, and you can overcome that feeling of hesitancy you have right now. You will thank one another after if you go for it.”

“It was great to just play because you don’t have to try to do it “right.”

“So much of the experience took me back to being 17 again which was so nice. Laughing together again was one of my favourite parts.”

” My husband just said “so same time next week” lol. that’s a good sign.”

“I had so much fun exploring his body freely with no expectation. Him allowing me to do so, and actually requesting we try certain things just to see how it felt to him, was very liberating and encouraging.”

“as someone who rarely ever voices his needs, if ever, I realized how unsure I was of exactly what felt best to him, and am grateful to have some new tricks in my bag that he truly finds pleasurable.”

“Every penis should feel loved like this”

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