Questions and Answers about the
Sacred Sexual Music Festival
Q: Where is the festival located?
A: The Sacred Sexual Music Festival is located online, accessible from your wifi connection anywhere in the world.
Q: Who is organizing this Festival?
The lead organizers are Wendy Cobina DeMos, a musician who understands first-hand how music and art support learning and healing.
Wendy delights in bringing forth the sensuous, artistic, heart-full, dancing, wild, juicy YOU!
As well, meet Path 11, a production team from New York who supports thoughtful content on meaningful topics such as death, well-being, and sexuality.
Q: How do I access the festival?
The various workshops, classes, and talks on the weekend of April 16 to 18 will be via Zoom on your computer (best) or phone.
You will receive your link to join Zoom once you register.
Q: Why does sexuality need paradigm shifting?
In the wake of the #MeToo movement and Harvey Weinstein era, we aim to bring respect, delight, and reverence for our sacred bodies and contribute to a future where we are more at peace with the power and innocence of sex.
In so doing, suffering is transformed and people are free to experience and express the pleasure and power of being alive. Respectfully. Consciously.
We aim to create a safe and joy-filled space for attendees to explore and learn about consciousness, love, and sexuality within a framework of uplifting, beautiful music.
Q: How do you intend to shift the sexuality paradigm?
By transforming the way we talk about sex, we introduce a new communication standard that supports sexual well-being.
We believe that by providing information, music, and experiences through Sacred Sexual Music Festivals, we educate, uplift, and help us remember our sacred bodies .. our sacred minds .. our sacred innocence.
Q: I've never been to such an event. Will this festival offer anything for me?
We offer a diverse group of presenters who cover a variety of interests.
Whether you've never attended an event about sexuality or you are savvy in the world of pleasure, relationships, and well-being, there will be something for you.
This group of presenters will touch your heart and open your mind to new ideas to add to your life.
The Sacred Sexual Music Festival is a place to shift the existing sexuality paradigm and open your mind to ideas you never thought about.
We guarantee aha moments!
Q: I'd prefer to attend anonymously. Is that an option?
Of course! It is always up to you.
In fact, you don't even have to turn on your camera.
You can use your real name or use a pretend name.
We encourage you to choose a name representing who you will be after the weekend, once you've processed the information and heart opening you'll receive at the Festival.
Pick a power name like XENA! Or, THOR!
Let's revel in delight and creativity. Let's celebrate your new vibration as your heart and mind transform through this Sacred Sexual Music Festival experience.
Q: May I bring friends or my partner?
Sure! Make it a weekend learning party!
Buy one ticket, sign in and everyone in your room can watch, listen, and benefit.
Q: What about children? Can they attend?
Because our topics are mature, the minimum age to participate is 18 years.
Q: Will there be nudity?
There won't be nudity at this Festival. The intent is to be a safe and welcoming space that is comfortable for everyone.
Though there may be a presenter or two that is scantily and tastefully clad!
Q: Anything I need to bring?
We'll have some movement exercises like yoga and dance so comfortable clothes would be best.
Move furniture around a bit to create space to dance.
Invite your friends, learn together, and make it a party!
Q: Will the workshops be recorded?
Yes, Path 11 is recording all weekend. With your registration, you have access to all presentations for three months after the Festival as part of your ticket price!
Q: It sounds amazing! Where do I register?
We're SO glad you're joining us!
Visit SacredSexualMusicFestival.com to register.
"This event was one of the most fascinating, informative, and beautiful festivals I have ever been to!"
~ Mandee George, photographer