Dance. Power. Play.
How can we move each other? Through space…and into trustful abandon? Want to expand the creativity in your play? We’ll explore the freedom, presence, and subtle attunement in ourselves and our partner(s) when tracking our scenes through the lens of movement, improvisation, and sensual embodiment. We’ll play with warming up the body, breath, momentum, restricted sight, power exchange, and weight sharing as doorways to trust and courageous intimacy. Come with an intimate dance partner and/or willing to connect with others. Fly, fall with grace, and find new ways to companion each other in gravity.
Zahava & Zig Zag
Zahava Griss (Z) is a kinky, gender transcendent, dancer, coach and director of Do Good Things with Power, a leadership immersion for dance, sexuality, and kink facilitators! Z is currently touring a solo show, Waters of the Soul, organizing the dance and sexuality festival Touch & Play at Earthdance in the USA, and is a contributing author in Queer Magic: Power Beyond Boundaries. Z has been dancing for 30 years and entered the kink community in 2008. Z has certifications in Urban Tantra, Yoga for Birth, Pilates, Esalen Massage, Deep Bodywork, Health Coaching, and is currently training at the Academy for Coaching Excellence. Z studied the sexual and spiritual arts of Sufi dancemeditation, Sexual Shamanism, BDSM, bioenergetics, and transformational group dynamics. Learn more at EmbodyMoreLove.com
ZigZag Master Panther is a debaucherous, pansexual, primal, sadistic, exhibitionistic, intimate, gender-bending, edge-exploring, libertine Relationship Autonomist who approaches sexuality and connection through the lens of an improvised dance. Ze is an organizer, educator, performer, and consent-content-creator at the Orgy Dome at Burning Man, the dance/kink fusion Touch & Play Festival, The Libertine Society (Ze’s home community), and many other radically sex positive spaces.
Z and ZigZag revel in an intimate dance punctuated with present connection, high momentum, bodily impact, rope harnesses, power play, and a disbelief in gravity. They met at the Touch and Play festival where they both lead workshops fusing contact improvisation, kink, and embodied sexuality. Unable to contain it, their passion and connection spirals delightfully outwards as they share their performances and facilitation across widespread communities. Their love has inspired new levels of erotic artistry where sex, dance, and creative expression become one.