July Cuddle Party , Private Home, Sunday, 07. July 2019

Cuddle Party is a 3.5-hour communication workshop that focuses on personal boundaries and touch, in which participants have an opportunity to practice these skills by cuddling (or not). It’s a great opportunity to practice asking for what you want, saying no to what you don’t want and meeting new people. Cuddle Party is a strictly non-sexual event. I’m a certified Cuddle Party Facilitator. You can read more about Cuddle Parties here: 

Doors open at 2:00pm and close at 2:30pm. There is no admittance after 2:30pm.
Please wear pajamas or other comfy clothes.
You are invited to bring snacks or non-alcoholic beverages to share with the group (optional).

Here's what you can expect at a cuddle party: at 2:30pm there will be a welcome circle which orients guests to the rules of cuddle party and has exercises to help practice the rules. Following the welcome circle are a few hours for free-style cuddling, eating snacks, or just hanging out. The event ends with a short closing circle.

TRANSPORTATION: There is ample parking in within 2 blocks of the home. It is a 15 minute bus ride plus a 15 minute walk from either Bay Fair BART or Hayward BART.

ACCESSIBILITY: No pets live in the home. There is one flight of stairs to climb to attend the event. Low scent/low chemical space. All gender restroom.

The Cuddle Party is fragrance free event. Here are some important things to do to attend:
- don’t use scented dryer sheets and fabric softeners when washing clothing
- wear clean clothes laundered in fragrance-free laundry detergent and that have not been exposed to smoke or incense
- don’t wear cologne, perfume, body spray or scented oils
- be as scent free as possible with your soap, shampoo, lotion, hair products, etc.

I look forward to seeing you at the Cuddle Party. Please contact me via eventbrite if you have any questions.

July Cuddle Party

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