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Alive and Wild! Victoria Introductory Seminar

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Medicine Moves

843 Fisgard Street

Victoria, BC V8W 1R9

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Join us in Victoria for a new and creative introductory seminar. We'll spend an afternoon together authentically communicating our desires and playing some fun games!

You might recognize several of the games we'll play from the previous "TurnON" events. We've revised the format while retaining the best parts, and added new content!

Alive and Wild! is about relationship skills, owning our sexuality, identifying and releasing shame, and having fun with each other. We'll discover new things about ourselves, experience meaningful connection with others and make new friends.

All adults are welcome, whether single, coupled, or otherwise.

For repeat participants: We'll have new material this time!



Michael Robert Caditz is a tantra and communication educator, technology entrepreneur and philosophy student at Vancouver Island University.




What exactly is this seminar?

Michael has extensive backgrounds in tantra, orgasmic meditation, communication skills and relationship coaching. We are taking the best of all these worlds and creating a series of seminars.


This is an introductory level event. There will be various communication games, both in group and partnered. There will be several opportunities for partners to create an interaction of their choice, with mutual consent. If you come in a couple, you are free to work with your significant other, or mix it up and work with others. Singles will be encouraged to work with several partners during the event.


Please join us. This seminar is excellent as a standalone, or as a stepping stone to our forthcoming advanced seminars.

If you've done one of our previous seminars, you will find new content at this one!

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