Sat Sang at the Mandrake - a gathering of women exploring sexual energy
Time & Location
About the Event
“Sexual energy works its magic far beyond the plant and animal level. Look at gravity. Gravity is the name we give to the force of mutual attraction that holds the cosmos together, but spiritual teachers throughout the ages have pointed out that magnetic pull is just another name for erotic love.”
Join the ceremony of Sat Sang in the intimacy of the Penthouse at the Mandrake with Dee Moi. A gathering of women exploring the true story behind women sexuality and the self-limiting beliefs and conditioning that are stopping women from exploring their sexual power and healing their wounding. Step out of everyday reality and show up for yourself in full permission to express and discover whatever is there for you.
What to expect?
You will be taken on a journey where barriers come down. You will witness a discussion about what sexuality is and awaken a subtle energy within you through breathwork, meditation techniques and shamanic sounds. This is an intimate circle of sharing where we collectively hold sacred what is being shared. It’s a safe space to explore ideas without judgement and an invitation to journey within without apprehension. You can be as involved as you feel. There will be no sexual practises involved. You make this SATSANG whatever you want it to be for you.
About the expert:
Dee is a yogi and an ever student of the tantric path with 15+ years of experience, who dedicated her life to the understanding and the practise of transformation. Her traumatic past and abuse history lead her to the exploration of the sacred magic of erotic healing as a powerful energy for change. Dee uses kundalini breathwork, meditation, classical Hatha and sexual pleasure practises as tools for a greater understanding of self.
Through the Philosophy of Tantra and yoga, Dee connects women to the power of their own body and opens their heart to healing. She has inspired and helped many women thrive and step into their power. Dee shares the path of devotion and teaches women the languages of “self-care”, “self-resourcing” and “self-love”. She supports the principle of saddhana: A deep involvement in a mindful and consistent practice to create a uniquely transformative experience.
What to bring:
Please dress in comfortable clothing and bring a journal to write down any insights.
Who is it for?
This event is open to all who identify as female.