Consensual Touch™ - The Wheel of Consent.

with Kian de la Cour & Katie Sarra, CSSEs

Taking out the guess work and understanding your dynamics of touch.

Dates: February 21-22 (part 1) & 23-24 (part 2).
Times: 09:00-18:00
Location: The Sea Light, Dawlish, Devon
Price: £140 per 2 days for the first 6 participants who pay in full; £180 for parts 1 or 2, £350 for 4 days.

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Part 1 February 21-22 – Wheel of consensual touch for everyone, practitioners and those who would like to repeat.

Part 2 February 23-24 – Wheel of consensual touch to go deeper into the waters (pre-requisite: Part 1 or Like a Pro).


Previous participants have said:

"This was life-changing and powerful for me"

"The integrity and embodied understanding of the subject by the facilitators shone through".

"I loved it! There was a good balance of practice and reflection/integration".

Who is it for?

This is for you if you are wanting to learn how to improve your relationships with your self and others through learning your dynamics of giving and receiving touch through the embodied experience of Betty Martin's Wheel of Consent teachings.

The workshop is clothed and you will never be asked to touch or be touched by anyone you do not want to be.

  • How do you know what you want when it comes to touch?

  • How do you ask for it?

  • How do you negotiate so that you can clearly articulate what you want and do not want - from moment to moment?

This workshop will guide you to discover how to trust your body, including but not limited to, when you want to be touched and how to discover and negotiate how you might want to touch another.

You will learn the biology of your body's responses to stress which leads to reduced trust in giving and receiving and how to increase your receptivity to pleasure and relaxation.

This is an embodied learning environment were you will learn through your body. The workshop is clothed and you will never be asked to touch or be touched by anyone you do not want to be.

To attend, please fill in the short form below & we will be in touch to say hi.

About Part 2 February 23-24 (pre-requisite: Part 1 or Like a Pro).

We have extended this event from 2 day to four - you can choose to attend for Parts 1 & 2 or if you have taken the workshop previously, or Like a Pro with Betty Martin, you may arrive for Part two.

We have both taken Like a Pro 5 times so far and been involved with playing and practicing the quadrants in many other ways. Every time is fresh and there are always revelations and realisations. The Wheel of Consent is not a concept that you “get” but a practice. These four days are an opportunity to immerse your self in the practice and the enquiry of how it is for you to be in the different quadrants.

What does being “advanced” mean???

Some people imagine that genital touch is more advanced than non-genital touch for example. However, as Betty Martin and Kimberley Ann Johnson have articulated beautifully, what makes something advanced is not the activity, it is you - your ability to navigate your yes and your no in every moment.

The advanced class is not about where we touch but about how authentic can you be in your yes and your no in every moment, whatever it is you are choosing to do or not do.

Our Refund Policy: 
Up to 30 days notice – full  refund
Up to 2 weeks notice – half or apply to next time
Less than 2 weeks notice – apply to another course only.

Your Facilitators:

Kian de la Cour & Katie Sarra are Certified Somatic Sex Educators, Certified Wheel of Consent Workshop Facilitators with over 40 years experience between them of educating and guiding people into experiencing deeper connection with themselves.

International / transport

There are some direct trains to Dawlish from London Paddington (3-3.5 hours travel time) as well as from Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester. UK train times can be checked and booked here.

If you are travelling from Amsterdam, Ireland, Paris or parts of Spain the closest airport is Exeter. There is one bus stop, buses 56 & 56b make the 25 minute journey from Exeter Airport to Exeter St David station, from where it is a 20 train journey to Dawlish (note: not Dawlish Warren!). You can look at train times here and bus journeys here.

For most European travellers the closest airport is Bristol. There is a bus to Bristol Parkway station then a 90-120 minute train journey.

Transcontinental participants will probably fly to London in which case London Heathrow is about 30 minutes closer than London Gatwick.

To attend, please fill in the short form below & we will be in touch to say hi.



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