Reclaim the Power of your Sexuality


Edmonton, Alberta, CA

March 8 - 10th, 2019

Friday March 8th  9am - 6pm

Saturday March 9th  9am -6pm

Sunday March 10th  9am - 6pm

LOCATION: Stonehedge Eco-Farm

20 min Southeast of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Early Bird: $444 - Paid in full by February 1st

Original Investment: $495


Focussing on healing our sexual wounds within the sacred sisterhood of women. We will dive deeply into our sexual shadows, explore areas that are often considered taboo and hidden within our society, reclaim the sacred feminine within, and celebrate all the wonder of being a WOMAN!


This work is highly transformative and deepy healing. It is for those of you who have explored your own shadows and want to gain wisdom and power from all parts of yourself...

Learn about the 4 main Shadow Work TM archetypes and how they relate to your sexuality

Experience powerful ceremonies to honour the divine feminine

Learn about SEXUAL ARCHETYPES that exist within & how to access their gifts

Be in sacred circle as witnesses to each others' experiences of sexuality

Learn how to uncover your limiting beliefs & reclaim the power & energy from them

Learn teachings about sacred sexuality & conscious relationships

Become part of a community to extend & support one another in your continued evolution


EARLY BIRD PRICE:$444 (if paid in full by Feb 1st)

REGULAR PRICE: $495 (payment plans are available)


Contact Nathalie ( ) for details or to register.

Space is limited to 12 participants

ErosWork Sexuality & Shadows Weekend

Edmonton, Alberta, CA

May 3-5th, 2019 

Friday May 3rd  9am - 5pm

Saturday May 4th  9am -5pm

Sunday May 5th  9am - 5pm

LOCATION: Stonehedge Eco-Farm

20 min Southeast of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada



Facilitated by:

Nathalie Jackson & Giles Carwyn

Early Bird Rate (before April 2nd) - $600 CAD

Rate (after April 2nd) - $650 CAD

Couples Rate - $1111

As human beings, sexuality is fundamental to who we are. It is intimately tied to our sense of self and our place in the world. But cultural expectations are nowhere close to matching the internal reality of most people.

Our culture tends to frame our sexuality in a very negative light. For centuries, our culture has simultaneously controlled, entitled, shamed, objectified, misrepresented, obligated and condemned us as sexual beings. We have been painted as exploitable, dangerous, creepy, frigid, wanton, unsafe, selfish, inadequate, unavailable, and perverse. This disconnect between cultural expectations and personal feelings has left many living with a deep sense of fear, anger, shame and rejection around their sexuality.

Many of these feelings are endured in silence because social taboos pushed personal sexuality into the shadows leaving many starving for a place where they can talk freely about the painful and joyful ways their sexuality and has shown up in their lives.

This seminar will be a rare opportunity for like-minded people to gather to have a frank and honest look at gender, power dynamics, and sexuality on personal, interpersonal and cultural levels.

All are welcome.

It is an opportunity to:

  • Share your deepest truths without shame or blame

  • Debunk pervasive myths about human sexuality

  • Heal the cultural rift between the masculine and feminine

  • Transform painful, self-limiting beliefs

  • Overcome internal resistance

  • Access joy and connection

Over the course of the workshop we will:

  • Gather together and share who we are and what we hope to get out of the weekend.

  • Co-create a set of agreements that will help create a strong, safe, non-shaming environment for us to share.

  • Examine how we create safety for ourselves, looking at the strategies we have used to protect ourselves in the past, and considering how we might upgrade those strategies in the future.

  • Take time to share our personal stories – and really unpack the narrative we have created about ourselves as sexual beings.

  • Create a space to touch the sadness, fear, anger, shame, pleasure, connection, fulfillment, and joy we have felt around our sexuality.

  • Debunk some of the prevailing myths about sexuality and share what we believe are some universal elements of human sexuality regardless of culture, age, orientation, and individual personality.

  • Engage in an honest and respectful dialogue about gender disparity. We will create a rare opportunity to speak and be heard, to listen and understand each other about our personal and cultural expectations and experiences. We will really dig into what it means to a man, woman, or non-binary person in this world.

  • Without any blame or shame, give ourselves a chance to share they ways we have been hurt and the ways we have hurt others around our sexuality.

  • Each participant will have an opportunity to identify one of their peak sexual experiences — a time, real or fantasized, when they felt especially aroused, engaged and fulfilled.

  • Those peak experiences will serve as a compass leading to the deeper parts of each person’s psyche where our sexual shadows hide our magnificence.

  • Investigate what we truly desire and what those desires tell us about our deep unmet needs, values, and path to healing.

  • Uncover what inherited beliefs and unconscious patterns prevent us from creating the connections and experiences we are longing for. 

  • Once we uncover the painful shadow dynamic at the heart of our struggles, we will chart a new path forward by embracing the four sexual archetypes of the Romantic, the Wild One, the Navigator, and the Idealist.  

  • Participate in several experiential exercises that allow us to recognize, appreciate and embody those archetypal energies.

  • Once the stage is set, each participant will have an opportunity to experience two distinct archetypal processes to unlock their sexual power and reclaim their erotic innocence.

  • While all of our struggles are different, there are often powerful similarities. Observing and participating in the processes of the other participants may offer insights into your own personal challenges and give you a new sense of compassion for yourself and others.

  • At the end of the weekend we will do several exercises designed to help you integrate your experience and bring it forward into the rest of your life.

  • The event culminates in a deep shift in identity.  You will be left with a new, empowering understanding of who you are and what you are capable of.

  • Perhaps best of all–most leave the weekend with a deep sense of empathy, appreciation, and mutual respect for people of other genders and a feeling of intimate connection, loving community, hope, and trust in yourself and others.

  • This event is for people to come together as individuals wanting to take deeper look at their own sexuality. It is not a place to do couple’s work or seek out future partners. You will not be physically interacting with the other participants in a sensual or erotic manner. Singles, members of a couple coming on their own, and couples coming together are all welcome.
    This is a FULLY CLOTHED event (no nudity).


© 2017 Eros Work

& Nathalie Jackson

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