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Sat, Nov 05


Flolo Holistic

Sex, Sensuality, and Psychedelics

At the intersections of vulnerability and intimacy, host Nancy Hunter, LSW, will have a candid discussion with our panel of sexperts and psychonauts about our journeys to finding a profound, sensual devotion to ourselves and our partners through psychedelics. Come and join the conversation!

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Sex, Sensuality, and Psychedelics
Sex, Sensuality, and Psychedelics

Time & Location

Nov 05, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Flolo Holistic, 39 W 56th St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10019, USA


About the event

At the intersections of vulnerability and intimacy, host Nancy Hunter, LSW, will have a candid discussion with our panel of sexperts and psychonauts about our journeys to finding a profound, sensual devotion to ourselves and our partners through psychedelic exploration. This intimate examination of one’s sexuality explores tapping into the divine feminine and how we, as a sisterhood, can create a compassionate community of acceptance and allowance. We will address these subjects and more as we navigate the exhilarating world of sex, sensuality, and psychedelics.

We will gather at Flolo Holistic - 39 West 56th Street in Manhattan on November 5th from 1-4 PM for an afternoon of community and open conversation. A Q&A will follow this talk, and possibly stories from the audience.

Speakers include:

Cassandra Biron, LCSW

Britta Love

Sylvia Rosenfeld, LCSW

Shelley Wininger, RN

Come and join the conversation! This is a talk you won't want to miss.

**Kindly note speakers may use strong sexual language that may be triggering and discuss erotic themes.

***On account of the specific safety needs of the panel members, and in consideration of those who may need additional protection in the audience, we're asking that everyone wear a mask for the duration of the event. We understand that this is a big ask considering the mask mandate has been dropped for the last few months, we're sincerely grateful for your cooperation.


Nancy Hunter, LSW - Host (Psychedelic Studio with Nancy, Psychonaut)

Nancy (she/her) has been a lifelong explorer of altered states of consciousness and sacred plant medicines such as Ibogaine, Ayahuasca, Peyote, Psilocybin, and San Pedro; as well as synthetic medicines including LSD, MDMA, and Ketamine.  Nancy’s newest venture, Psychedelic Studio with Nancy, was created to help fellow journeyers engage in creative activities and intimate conversations while building new connections in the community.

Shelley Wininger, RN - Panelist

Shelley (she/her) proudly identifies herself as a “Sexual Human Being.”  She is the muse and soulmate of Charley Wininger, author of ‘Listening to Ecstasy.’  At the age of 49, Shelley, a critical care nurse at the time, was looking to start a new life, and trying MDMA was one of the top things on her list.  Luckily for Shelley, she met Charley, a closeted hippie. They fell madly in love, and the rest is history.  Shelley and Charley have become role models for the psychedelic community and graciously shared their stories, wisdom, and passion for a more loving, kind, and compassionate world. (Hear more about Shelley Wininger's journey here).

Sylvia Rosenfeld, LCSW - Panelist

Sylvia (she/her) has been counseling couples and individuals who want to enhance their physical and emotional connection for over 35 years. Sylvia is an Imago-trained therapist (Advanced Clinician) with certification from the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT). She received her M.S.W. from the New York University Graduate School of Social Work in 1974 and is a graduate of the Institute of the Study of Psychotherapy.

She has trained with the top professionals in the field--among them: Dr. Harville Hendrix, the creator and founder of Imago therapy; Dr. Helen Singer Kaplan, the founder of the first medical school-based program for human sexuality, and Pat Love, a leading expert in relationship therapy. (Read more about Sylvia Rosenfeld here)

Cassandra Biron, LCSW - Panelist

Cassandra (she/they) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a focus on integrative mental health, culinary medicine, and mind-body psychotherapy. Cassandra’s work is rooted in healing justice and she has worked with 2SLGBTQIA+ communities for over a decade and believes in the creation of joy as a radical political act and is integral for meaningful mental health treatment.

Additionally, Cassandra has pursued self-study and formal education in psychedelic research and clinical applications of psychedelics as a tool for radical transformation and insight into our humanness.

With over 100 hours of formal training and experience in leading psychedelic teams, she is an avid learner who is eager to share knowledge on nutrition for mental health, she gained certification in nutritional and integrative medicine for mental health by studying the wisdom of indigenous integrative health clinics in Mexico under Dr. Leslie Korn. Incorporating knowledge of our second brain– the gut– is key to the work Cassandra does with her patients. (Read more about Cassandra Biron here)

Britta Love - Panelist

Britta Love (they/she) weaves between the worlds of conscious sexuality and psychedelic ritual, with a through-line of social justice and embodied consent. They became an advocate for sex workers’ rights as an undergraduate at the London School of Economics in 2007 and have been a writer and activist pushing for the decriminalization of drugs and sex work ever since. Britta is a certified somatic sex educator through the Institute for the Study of Somatic Sex Education, has trained with Betty Martin’s School of Consent, and is a certified circle keeper with the Planning Change Restorative Justice Certification Program under the tutelage of Kay Pranis. Britta is currently completing a research-based memoir about healing and awakening through altered states induced by sex and drugs, based on her Consciousness Studies thesis at Goddard College. They are also in the process of launching the Sex Strike // Strike for Pleasure in response to the US abortion bans. (Read more about Britta Love here)


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