Whether in a long-term relationship or just on the edge of falling in love, a better understand of seduction can greatly enhance your love life. Often people imagine that their sexual connection will happen automatically, that it will be spontaneous and obvious with no effort required. Unfortunately, sexual intimacy doesn’t always work this way. Time, boredom, exhaustion, the kids and even Netflix can get in the way of your free-flowing playful sexual expression.
Seduction is the communication oil that loosens up the gears and gets the erotic engine started. Seduction is not a one-size-fits-all expression. Whether subtle or obvious, it should precisely fit the energy of the moment.
It can be as simple as a flirty hint in a text message or as complex as a well thought out love letter. It can involve words of desire and promise or be simply a touch or a look that holds erotic potential.
Seduction should be an expression of your most authentic intimate self, reaching out and inviting a partner to share a loving connection. Join me for this evening to uncover some seduction skills that will bring joy and playfulness into your most intimate sexual expression.
This SEDUCTION Salon is appropriate for all gender and sexual orientations.
Reserve early. The Salon fills up fast.
The lecture will take place in English.
Date & Time
Thursday 20.10.22 | 19 – 22
This workshop will take place in Zurich. The address will be sent to you when your registration is complete.
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The internationally known sex educator Maggie Tapert has been leading her own brand of unique seminars and workshops for more than twenty years. Her pioneering work in the field of female sexuality is rooted in a profound focus on feminine pleasure and desire. Maggie Tapert was born in the USA and spent most of her adult life in Switzerland. She is mother, grandmother and has a private practice for coaching and mentoring in Zurich. Her autobiography, PLEASURE was first published in 2012 by Südwest Verlag and went into a second printing in 2019.