We all remember our first time. Nervously fumbling for a condom, awkward small talk and deep, existential doubt. Wouldn’t it be great to revisit that experience, but this time surrounded by loving and savvy friends, ready to offer advice and encouragement at the crucial times.
We invite you to join the Virginity workshop to offer you the loss of your virginity with all the excitement and celebration that nature intended. You will have extra hands to help rip open the condom wrapper, pass you the lube and pick out the perfect music to set the mood.
We would like to create a space in which one can relive the vulnerability of the first time by letting go of a current virginity. Bring the virginity you want to let go of and we will take it from you. All virgins are welcome here.
From PIV to CIA and everything in between, if you have it, we can help you loose it. Priority will be given to the most creative and/or urgent virginities. Join us and have a first time to remember!
Anna Natt was trained as a flamenco dancer in Spain before moving to Berlin. Her performance work focuses on
collaborations with musicians and composers of different disciplines. In order to cultivate a deeper understanding
of the body and its nuances, she draws inspiration from somatic and contemporary practices. A connection to
trance and dream states is also a central theme in her work. She appeared in the performance SM - Sensual Magic
choreographed by Felix Ruckert and curated and performed in the role play space “Guru Supermarket“ and
“Monster & Demons“ at the Xplore Festival Berlin in 2016 and 2017.
Line Bangsbo comes from the world of acroyoga, yoga and thai yoga massage. Her work focuses on creating spaces for people to explore the body-mind connection and finding more freedom in both.
A diverse background in bodywork, acrobatics, meditation, theatre, singing, stagework, and spaceholding has given her extensive experience of working with of body-mind and accompanies her into the wild and exciting world of exploring sexual energy in many different forms.
Line believes that all practices striving towards freedom and comfort zone-expansion take an equal amount of daring and safety, and she offers both when she holds space for exploration that encompasses all aspects of physical practice, including sexuality and the polarities of domination and submission.