My Sexual Self & I

© Ursula Spindler
© Ursula Spindler

This workshop gives you the opportunity to reflect upon the views and values (and maybe judgements) on sex, sexuality and relationships that have shaped you and your relationship to your Sexual Self.


You get the chance to think through your sexual past and present which might help you to realise what you are looking for in your future Sexual Self.


Since reflecting on our sexual past and present can be painful and sometimes a lot to process, this workshop is separated into two units taking place a week apart from each other. 'My Sexual Self & I' can have very therapeutic effects, but it is no replacement for therapy.



'My Sexual Self & I' will be facilitated by Ursula and will include mindfulness practices guided by mindfulness teacher Arianna Granziera.


This workshop can be a fantastic way to talk about sex and sexual healing with other women* in a safe space. Especially if you are going through a transitional period (begin or end of a relationship/marriage, childbirth, coming out, etc.), this workshop can feel very healing. I would be honoured to work with you.


'My Sexual Self & I' is created for a group of a maximum of ten women*.

It takes place on two Sundays a week apart from each other.


* everyone who identifies as a woman (no matter if cis or trans) or non-binary is welcome to join.

If you are interested in finding out more about your Sexual Self, please send me an e-mail or contact me via Instagram or Facebook. All my workshops take place in Sevenoaks, London and surrounding area.

About the facilitators:


Ursula Spindler (MA Sexuality Studies) qualified as a sex counsellor (isp) in 2017.
She is currently studying integrative psychotherapy in London and loves snails, coffee and sex-positive feminism.


Arianna Granziera has been practicing mindfulness meditation for more than 15 years. She is currently completing the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach. She is a strong believer in our shared humanity.