Female Identified Only


This is not a self defense class. Brazilian Jui Jitsu can be used in a variety of different ways— including sexually as you may learn in our Wrestling for Lovers class. Whether its for self-defense or for play BJJ can take you many places.

In this class we will use the application to build understanding of the body to make you feel stronger and skilled. Size doesn’t matter in BJJ. There are strategies the small and nimble may used against a larger opponent. You’re stronger than you think. BJJ is not just about brute strength but about strategy and thought. Learn new skills that you can incorporate in a fun way into your life!

In this class you will learn basic moves and techniques and build off of those. Plan to gain an understanding of your own body as well as others. Plan to gain appreciation for your body and celebrate it. Plan to feel strong and empowered.

This class is for female-identifying and/or trans/non-binary individuals as we aim to empower in the current climate. The ability to know you can overpower someone twice your size is a lethal one indeed. Led by BJJ trained Coaches LT and Jules and fetish wrestler Lola Jean.

Female Identified Only

Love Thyself: A Self Pleasure Workshop

***NOTE: this class is intended for people with vulvas ONLY***

The best love is self love, so why do we tend to rush this act as opposed to taking the time to enjoy it? This class will leave you looking at self love in a new light. Think of this as a yoga class for your naughty bits. Every month, take the time in Love Thyself to work on whatever your sexual goals may be. Whether it is learning new paths to pleasure or how to direct a lover to service you or working towards squirting voluntarily (that means on your own!). Perhaps this is 120 uninterrupted minutes focused on yourself and your junk.

Starting with a few basics on anatomy and pleasure zones. Instructor Lola Jean will take you through a vocally guided self touch journey. Partake in a few exercises that will help expand your views and understanding on masturbation. This class is about your individual experience, we’ll wrap with solo time, with the instructor available for one on one coaching during free play.

Each month, Love Thyself will have a different focus and concentrations. From Toys to Body Confidence to Squirting….The focus of this class is just that… squirting.

Lola Jean learned to understand and harness her ability to squirt not only with a lover but on her own through masturbation. It was not an overnight sensation, but a journey to the Olympian squirter she became. Though voluntary squirting is not the focus of this class, Lola will explain techniques and what to look for during this solo exploration.

We’ll also focus heavily on the role of the pelvic floor and flexing/understanding these muscles not only as it relates to squirting, but as it relates to controlling our own pleasure and sexual autonomy.

All you need for this class is yourself and your hand. A nude inspired class, nudity is fully optional as masturbation can be done with clothes on too. This is a safe and body positive space to be vulnerable both physically and mentally.

Female Identified Only

FemDom 101

New to Female Domination and not sure where to start? In this class we will go back to the basics. Use building blocks like Honorifics and exercises to develop your Domme persona or their sub persona. Learn how to determine pain thresholds, reading your sub, aftercare and more…. There is no single “right” way within FemDom. Every Domme has their own style, and every sub requires a different approach. DommeLabs are designed to give you the tools you need to be a badass bitch in and out of the bedroom. Refine your skills, gain new inspiration, methods, and embrace your inner Domme. Learn how to seduce your partner into playing submissively. Bounce your sick and twisted ideas off of a group of Domme-minded peers in DommeThink at the end of each class, where the best meddling can be made.

In this class we will answer questions like….

What is your Domme style? How does that alter, dependent on the sub?

When and how do I bring this up with my partner?

How do you navigate boundaries, hard and soft limits?

Where does Domination begin and end?

What are common “mistakes” new Dommes make?

What are the main differences between professional and personal domination?

What to expect: a very fun and informative class where you will learn all spectrums of domination as well as a few useful strategies and skills.

• What to bring
For this event you only need yourself! Feel feel to bring something to take notes with. This event is more of an informational, so no Domme-specific attire is required, though certainly allowed.

Female Identified Only

How To Say No

Sometimes saying “No” doesn’t feel like the easiest route. What if you don’t like something but don’t want to scare someone away? Does consent talk take you out of sexy mode? As individuals who were/are socialized as females, we have been conditioned by societal norms and gender roles to be accommodating and supportive of others needs. Acquiescing to others without checking in with ourselves and putting our wants and needs first. It’s time to stop saying sorry.

Everyone has the right and capabilities to assure their safety both mentally and physically. Understanding consent is vital in sexual situations, but consent is only half of the battle. What do you when someone doesn’t ask for your consent? What happens if this scenario is at a party? With a casual sex partner? Learning how to say “No” is more than just a reactionary approach.

As former and current sex workers, the panel of speakers for this workshop have to deal with defining and setting boundaries more often than the average human. Experiencing this in a vacuum, the panel will discuss navigating and preempting sexual harassment or boundary violations. For those considering sex work, expect to learn how to protect yourself mentally and physically in this career. These strategies lend themselves well to protecting oneself in relationships, casual sex, even street harassment.

Let’s be honest: we live in a culture of victim blaming and shaming and this is not healthy. We will address guilt head on, tactics to prevent and reaffirmation to heal.