Yoga for Better Sex

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Yoga for Better Sex

Come discover your new favorite yoga class, taught by sexologist and yoga instructor Sonjia Kenya.

By WEAM (Wilzig Erotic Art Museum)

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, April 1 · 11:30am - 1pm EDT


World Erotic Art Museum 1205 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Come discover your new favorite yoga class. This movement workshop, taught by sexologist and yoga instructor Sonjia Kenya, combines aspects of yoga and chakra-awakening strategies to provide a sacred, safe place where learners are guided through postures and techniques that encourage connecting with their inner sensual self. Participants will learn to align their physical, mental, spiritual, and sexual powers while increasing flexibility and strengthening muscles used for sexual stimulation. Thoughtful infusions encourage students to explore the healing powers of self-love, release limitations, and become more comfortable expressing intimacy.

Ticket includes admission to museum galleries. BYO mat. Space is limited, reserve your spot today! 

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Sonjia Kenya is an ivy-league educated sexologist, yoga instructor, medical professor, and author of the book, “Sex in South Beach.” Her obsession is developing playful programs that empower adults to have easy, fun, and informed experiences that lead to better sex. As an associate professor of medicine at the University of Miami, she develops solutions to sex problems and educates physicians on sexual health. In her downtime, she volunteers at women’s shelters and lives with her husband and son in South Beach.

About the organizer

WEAM's new educational and community programing initiative offers a combination of academic events, with guest speakers and panel discussions, cultural programs, such as film screenings, and a variety of workshops and classes. With these new offerings, WEAM aims to engage the local community and become the home for Miamians to explore topics related to human sexuality.