4 5 6 August

Sacred Squirting

There is an ancient relationship between women and water. In Taoist traditions they speak of The Third Water, in ancient India, The Nectar Of The Gods and in Greece they named it Liquor Vitae. All of these refer to what we today mostly describe as Female Ejaculation.

To ejaculate is anatomically possible for all women – as it is for all men. Despite this, surprisingly few women make use of this life-affirming ability. Why did we forget and how can we support the process of making our body & soul remember?

This workshop is aiming at acknowledging and exploring the G-spot area, to re-awaken and stimulate the flow of female ejaculate and possibly raise the number of women having an experience of a stream of warm liquids pumping out from a place deep inside of them and the healing, relaxing and joyful body state that arrives as a result of this activity.
These sacred waters are so filled with mystery that both science and sexual workers cannot get their minds around it. It takes time and courage to unravel the truth, but it is worth it…it is time.
Feel invited to come and let go.

Let it Flow!

Atma Pöschl

Atma Pöschl

Photo by Tamara Wassermann

Atma studied process-oriented bodywork and intimate touch at UCLA. She works ascoach for body sensitization in her institute in Vienna, where she collaborates with others in the field.

Atma loves strong and mindful bodywork. Her seminars and sessions allow for the body to be experienced as a door to pleasure, to peacefulness and self knowledge. That creates new and exciting forms of intimacy. All emotions are welcome, even those that have been long denied to ourselves. For Atma, intimacy starts neither with nudity nor sex but with our ability to feel what is really there, to recognise and to share it.

Feeling ourselves requires courage. For some of us, even more courage than we need for transgressing boundaries. On her search for authentic expression, Atma found BDSM as a conscious container for the power of rage. By considering such issues for more than 20 years, she has gained a reflective tool - among many others - to accompany people into their own power.

Atma loves to walk and thereby create new paths in bodywork, therapy and medicine. As a highly sensitive person, she combines a strong intellect with political consciousness and spirituality.