Did you know that you're not just you? How many selves inhabit your terrain? How do we tend to what is emerging in the moment? How do we safely encounter and be encountered by aspects of our self, and by other selves? On this path, Savannah & Dare invite you to consider the notion that you contain multitudes.
Our path draws from improv theater, BDSM and kink, performance art, mythology, relational therapies, and other practices, to investigate the aspects of ourselves both known and unknown.
We may discover that we contain gods, creatures, energies, and a whole array of personalities that are aching to tell their stories through us.
While some aspects of our Selves demand and deserve more airtime, other aspects may need to be quieted for our safety and well being, and we will play with revealing and concealing, creating good boundaries and how to release them, as feels appropriate to each participant.
We will provide tools for shaping what and who we are in the moment, in scaled, accessible exercises, with an opportunity for a performative group action during the annual stage event.
A small amount of homework is encouraged, but not required for this path.
Dare Sohei (they/them/us/we) is a somatic educator, ancestral medicine practitioner, and neurodivergent ritual animist who hears and communicates with voices. Dealing with many illnesses throughout their life they have developed an uncommon resiliency and a trauma informed approach to altered states of consciousness for pleasure, communion, and healing. They bring a heightened awareness of childhood, developmental and attachment traumas, equity informed dialogue and conflict facilitation, along with years of dance, circus and theater performance to work with the body to release trauma and receive life.
Savannah Sly is a career sex worker who specializes in BDSM and kink, with role play being chief among their favorite offerings. Though painfully shy into early adulthood, Savannah discovered that favorable traits such as confidence and sociability were accessible to them through a litany of tools relating to the mind, and the idea of "being seen". Savannah's sexual orientation is that of a sensual fantasizer, and they employ costume, fetish objects, art, and focused intention to shape shift. Savannah's gender is fluid, and they look forward to meeting you, and whichever aspects of yourself you care (or know) how to reveal.