Asheville Cuddle Collective offers monthly events! Check back regularly or join our email list for updates.
Explore conscious connection, authentic consent, empowered boundaries, and nurturing touch! We all need touch and affection.
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Snuggle Party– Bi-monthly 3rd weekend of the even months: December 21st 7-10pm ; Feb 15th
~ a non-sexual event that invites you to explore platonic intimacy with like-minded people in an environment that upholds personal boundaries and respect through a supportive framework of mutual agreements that maximize safety and create a space of easy openness and compassionate connection.
Snuggle & Serenades – An evening of Connection games/activities and + being serenaded by the talented Lillie Kolman. The next one TBA
Sensual Snuggle Events – 6:45-11pm (bi-monthly 3rd weekend of the odd months) : Jan 17th – March 21st
~ an exploration of intentional sensuality. We believe there are plenty of beautiful, open-hearted and self-aware people in our community who would love to participate in a new way of being in the world together. The purpose of these events is to to gather those people together and co-create a time and place where everyone feels safe, welcome, and wanted. A safe and intentional container where our innate erotic innocence can emerge, allowing our shared desires for physical, emotional, and spiritual connection to be mutually met in a delightful way.
Special Event — January ONESIES snuggle on the first of Jan 2020- Register for this donation event
Snuggle in the Park – an outdoor daytime event happens April-Sep at the UNCA Botanical Gardens in North Asheville. Next one is April 18th
There’s no question about it. Nurturing, welcome, consensual touch is good for your body, your heart, and your spirit. Your nervous system, blood pressure, and emotional health all benefit from healthy, heart-full touch! Safe touch also enhances your ability to connect with and trust people, your capacity to respect and care for yourself, your creativity, and your sense of safety, comfort, and belonging.
Though touch is natural, the skills that make it welcome and enjoyable need to be learned and practiced. Skills of communication, boundaries, asking for what you want, and saying ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ with clarity and kindness.
**Note: These are drug & alcohol free events. Please respect this intention.