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First Wednesdays with Anya & Friends: Exploring Threesomes and Triads with Phillipe Lewis and Paget Norton

Wednesday, March 5 , 6:30-9:30 pm

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Have you been wondering about the prospect of a threesome but feel shy and don’t know how to get started?

Have you had some failed or disappointing threesomes and want some cool tips and tricks to make them hotter?

Are you a couple wanting to open your relationship to a third?

Then join us for this juicy class where will be break it all down for you!

Philipp Lewis, Paget Norton and Anya de Montigny will be guiding you on an exploration of the 3 main ingredients in opening up to threesomes & triads:

P: The Plan
Desires/Fears
Boundaries
Pre-Negotiation
Baby Steps

A: The Approach
Who do you Desire?
Flirting
Negotiations

D: The Deed
Spontaneous or Structured
Creativity
Fun

With lots of great exercises, lecture and time for Q&A and Live Demo
And the PAD Lab where you get to practice our cool methods with each other!

This class is especially great for couples who are looking to either open their relationship to a fun, hot threesome or who are seeking to open their relationship to another person for an ongoing connection. It is also great instruction for individuals who are interested in connecting with others or a couple.

Since there will be a lot of exercises and the PAD Lab where you will get to try this all out on each other we ask that you come in an already planned group of 3 (ie: a couple and a friend, or 3 friends) or you are open to working with whomever is there! Come with an open mind for lots of fun!


Philippe and Paget are married and have been in an open relationship for the better part of 10 years. They teach an coach couples and individuals around relationships, intimacy, sensuality and sexuality — and more particularly around open relationshps, polyamory and non-monogamy. They are the founders of the Open Relationship Community in the Bay Area (and the world) (http://openrelationshipcommunity.org), a community of over 3000 people coming together to cultivate a safe place for people who are curious about or living in open/poly/non-monogamous relationships in order to create a commonwealth of support and wisdom.

Anya de Montigny is a Sexuality Expert & Radio Show Host of The ((O)) Word Sex Talk Radio who believes that each person has a unique sexuality that is totally perfect for them. Because of the conditioning and training a lot of us have around sexuality we sometimes don’t know how to communicate our desires, set boundaries, or even know what turns us on. This is where Anya’s years of training in Sex Education and Clinical and Somatic Sexology comes in. She helps people identify what they want and empowers them to get it! She works with women and couples in private practice and teaches workshops throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

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