We are repeating this program by popular demand!
Impact play can be a really sexy way for lovers to intimately connect. But to make spanking a really hot event, it does need a bit of instruction and practice. This is your opportunity to jump in and gain some first-hand experience. There are many instruments and toys that can be used in impact play but the most wonderful tool is right at the end of your arm. Spanking is the ideal place for you to begin. What a delight to touch with your hand the tender flesh of your lover’s ass as you cause it to vibrate, quiver and sing to your tune! What a feeling in the palm of your hand as you help your partner relax and release into such intense sensation! Spanking is a thrill for both giver and receiver.
This evening will include an introduction to the theme, an instructive demonstration on a living butt and, if you choose, an opportunity to practice and develop your own personal skill in this erotic form of play.
Couples and singles are warmly invited to release any prejudices and take a further step in expanding their pleasure profile.
We suggest you reserve early. The Erotic Salon fills up fast.
The lecture will take place in English.
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Date & Time
Thursday 04.05.23 | 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.