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Igniting Intimacy Online Launch *SOLD OUT*
Apr 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Cover of Igniting Intimacy by Rev Rowan BombadilYou are invited to an interactive online celebration for the release of Igniting Intimacy – Sex Magic Rituals for Radical Living and Loving.
The evening will combine cosying up and being read to by the author, with connecting with yourself and others through exercises from the book. This will be a social-distancing-friendly version of the original launch, complete with readings, interactive structures via Zoom, and some Q&A at the end. We’ll also take a little time to check in with each other, creating connection in the midst of isolation.

This event is now sold out – contact us to get on the waiting list.

About Igniting Intimacy:
This uniquely accessible sex magic playbook opens a doorway into radical relationship with yourself, your beloveds, our planet, and life itself. It offers fresh inspiration on topics such as self-love, conscious communication, and sacred sex – as well as practices and rituals for erotic shapeshifting,
ecosexuality, ecstatic breathwork, and so much more. Igniting Intimacy is a “kindly and non-judgemental” manual for pleasure pioneers hoping to change themselves and the world one orgasm at a time.

Praise for Igniting Intimacy:
“Rowan’s book is full of love and generosity. I feel as if they are sitting next to me, holding my hand, sharing with me from their vast storehouse of knowledge and experience.” – Betty Martin, creator of The Wheel of Consent
“This book is for you, whoever you are. The language is inclusive and the content inviting and inspiring. You’ll learn new ways to relate with yourself, beloveds, friends, family, and the world. You’ll get to discover and define your own personal meaning and style of intimacy, not only with people, but also with the planet and with divinity. And… you’ll reap the boundless benefits of queering love, sex, ritual, and of course, magic.” – Barbara Carrellas, Author of Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-First Century

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