© Noah Grigni

Events & Workshops

I love helping people work and play towards more queer intimacy! At Quintimacy events, we are working and playing together, in balance, to bring more queer intimacy, consent, and other awesome things into the world!

Quintimacy (Queer Intimacy) has become a small international community centred around attending my online and in person workshops.

I hold online (Zoom) and in-person events, such as:

  • Weekend Quintimacy events – whole weekends of erotic embodiment, community connection and queer intimacy
  • Quintimate Parts – online workshop series about genitals, the ‘Ass’ edition, Kink, and chest, breasts and nipples
  • Queer Sex Circles – online sharing and learning circles about sex and pleasure
  • Consent and communication – online workshops centred on practicing and learning skills for embodied consent and negotiating what you want
  • Touch yourself on the Internet – non-erotic and sensual self touch online events
  • Body Massage workshops

Each event on the calendar can be booked through the ticket tailor link. If we don’t know each other, either email me to say hello (and to check this event is a good fit for us both; if not, the ticket will be refunded). Alternatively, please buy a ticket and I will get in touch with you and invite a brief connection by email or call. This is to keep Quintimacy events safe and friendly.

Upcoming events

Queer Sex Online monthly ‘community’ call

August 1, 2022
7pm
Duration: 1 hour
ZOOM

Quintimacy Manchester 2022

October 15, 2022
9:30am
Duration: 2 days

The Pathways Studio, Lord Byron Square, Salford M50 2XH

Accessibility

Online workshops are a more cost effective way of benefitting from Quintimacy and Somatic Sex Education. 

I generally advertise tickets at a standard price with the option for financially comfortable people to pay an extra ‘Supporters’ amount. This Supporters payment means I can offer places at a lower rate to others.

I want my offering to be accessible, so I welcome people to get in touch if money is a barrier and I can usually offer a few subsidised places once an event has sufficient bookings. BIPOC and disabled clients and those on a low income will be prioritised for these places.

I acknowledge that accessing quality workshops that are queer-specific and culturally competent can be limited, particularly for in person events. I want my much-needed services to be accessed by people who need them.

I make every effort to book venues for Quintimacy events that have a good level of disability access (and all-gender bathrooms). I ask participants about access needs during the booking process.