FAQs

Please contact us personally if you have any additional questions not address below - we just might add it to help others. 

 

  1. Where do I start?

    Although it may seem there is a bewildering array on offer at Lovers Masterclass, please be assured that there's a method to our “madness”.

    You will experience a gradual, subtle, lasting changes with patience and gentleness. You will receive sound quality and proven value. In the world of digital bells and whistles, there is much marketed online that is nothing but “fairy-floss and chocolate” that give instant, high-peak experiences, but you will find that you come down just as fast as they hype you up. Fortunately for you, we're serving “broccoli and green beans”. As all good parents say – “Eat your vegetables so you can grow up to be big and strong.” We see relationships and personal growth in a similar way. Investing in the slow subtle changes is the quickest way to notice real change because you’re able to notice and experience your 'whole world' expand and open up.

    Trust yourself to choose what is right for you.

  2. How do I book a session?

    Private Sessions are to be booked online and if you would like a time outside of the schedule please contact us directly.

    Participation in Private sessions also requires completion of an intake questionnaire. We ask this NOT be done on your phone or mobile device. Rather, we kindly ask that you take the time to complete the questionnaire in as much detail as possible. This really helps you to understand what you’re wanting to achieve or improve and helps me understand more about you.

    Bodywork Sessions are only available in South Australia and appointments must be made via the office. If you're not in SA please ask for recommendations in your area of quality bodyworkers both in Australia and overseas who I am connected with.

  3. What can I expect at a workshop?

    You can expect offerings to be held in a clean, comfortable space and a super safe environment where you will not be pushed and there is NO pressure for you to do anything you don’t want to do. All the workshops have been designed for you to investigate yourself and your own relationship and less about being told how it should be. People of all ages, shapes, sizes, professions, marital status, singles, partnered, genders, sexual orientation and are warmly welcomed.

  4. What do I need to bring to a workshop?

    Everything is usually covered in the autoreply from the bookings form. However, most of the time you’re only required to BYO snacks and fluffy stuff – fluffy stuff meaning the things that make you comfortable, as a lot of the workshops involve a fair bit of time on the floor with exercises. So, you may wish to bring such items as yoga mats, cushions (bring a lounge cushion - if your butt likes comfort), back-jack floor chairs, nanna blankets, bean bags, socks etc. It may even resemble school camp but that's the fun of it.

    We fully encourage you to BYO coffee cups (with lids), refillable water bottles, washable plate, knife and fork (if lunch is included) the less rubbish we produce the better it is for our mother-earth.

    We also do not encourage taking notes - your 'body' will learn the lessons required which will be far better than being in your head as you write notes, however, it's always your choice.

  5. Do I have touch people or get naked at events?

    No, you do not have to do anything you don’t want to do or participate in exercises that you don’t feel entirely comfortable with – EVER! However, for those open to it, there are some offerings that include touch practices as part of the process for the purpose of understanding the theory. Each and everyone has the choice whether to participate at any time and you may jump in, and out, whenever you want to. Lovers Masterclass is never, and will never be - about pushing anyone actually we're totally against it. Workshop rules will always apply.

    Our moto: The quickest way to change - is to change slowly and the only person you can change - is you!

  6. Why are some offerings gender specific?

    When it comes to groups experience has proven that some events needs to be gender specific to allow people the space to ask questions they may not if in the presences of a mixed gendered event.

  7. Why would anyone need Somatic Sex Educator?

    If your body is craving intimacy – but you can’t put your finger on what you actually need, want or desire. We are usually taught how to relate to people more intimately by our parents, based upon and heavily influenced by their cultural and/or religious beliefs. There are so many variables that can affect the course of how we relate with others. It may be necessary for our usual ways of thinking to be challenged, for someone to help us open new and fresh ways of looking into how it is that do, and could, we relate to people and then deepen our intimate relationships. When it comes to being a better lover, an authentic person in that most intimate of human relations, we especially need to continuously explore and improve, because, the simple fact is, we don't know, what we don't know. And there will always be more to learn as we and our partner grow and change.

  8. Bodywork - I don't know what I want....

    Trust yourself and let’s face it, you have start somewhere. If you want change, let’s work together. We totally understand that most people have fears and reservations about sharing such personal and private parts of their lives like sex, intimacy and relating. At the same time, being naturally friendly, open-minded and a good listener, I am confident of putting you at ease.

    My role is to help you have the best relationships you can, and that’s not going to look the same for all people. However, it has to start with you. We will talk about what you’re already experiencing, feeling and thinking around the topic of sexuality. Together, we’ll identify what you want to improve and what maybe stopping you from being your most satisfying and satisfied self. We’ll explore ways for you to develop desired changes, not only sexually, but generally, within the important relationships of your life. These improvements may happen through a combination of various approaches, including talk sessions, bodywork sessions, practice and homework. But each session will be driven by you, your interests, your body and the degree that you are willing to change.

    Wala is not a psychologist nor does she give specifically psychological advice. She is not a doctor and does not claim to provide medical treatments. Furthermore, she does not offer sexual services. However, should such forms of help become necessary, she may be able to assist you in finding the appropriate professional or practitioner.

  9. Do you heal broken hearts?

    No, but I can help you heal your own. We all react differently to relationships ending however the pain does not have to be a life sentence. Break-ups can be an opportunity to learn, grow and improve yourself by owning your flaws and noticing your habits and patterns. This is an opportunity to upgrade to the next version of yourself.

    Lovers Masterclass is not a quick fix and we don't even promise to give you answers but will most definitely provoke your thought, create conversation and give you tools to learn more about yourself.

  10. What’s behind the locked door? How do you get the key?

    Behind the locked door are social events and more touch related workshops will be available for those who have satisfactorily completed The 2-day 'The Hidden Truth of Intimacy' this will give you the key to gain access Behind the Locked Door to all the consent dependent workshops. This means the facilitators must be fully confident that the participants truly want to be there and that they have the skills to be able to give instructions, speak clearly, set boundaries, give a genuine yes and a genuine no; and they know how to listen to others and can accept other people’s boundaries.

    Yes, these workshops are sexy and are offered to those who truly want to go deeper. Consent is sexy!

“She tasted sweet, like oranges, liquid sunshine in my mouth as we kissed, our tongues playing together.”
― Selena Kitt, A Baumgartner Reunion

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