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The Art of Ecstatic Touch with Monique Darling & Peter Petersen
Please RSVP online as we often sell out!learn how to empower your sensual conscious touch. Explore the tactile language of stimulating arousal, that touches the deepest part of our soul.This experiential laboratory will include breathing and chakra balancing meditation, and playful, non-sexual massage. Monique will guide you through an odyssey of touch, that let's you explore the 4 elements, on/through each other.First you will go on a journey using the most intimate form of touch, our breath. We’ll be introducing an ancient ritual where you will explore each-others bodies, magnifying your connection physically, energetically, and spiritually.Then align your chakras through touch, breath, connection, and shared intent.Next comes earth touch, as you ground, and recenter, massage, nurture, hold, BE with one another.followed by fire, as you invigorate, entice, awaken, arouse, "heat" up yourself and your partnercooling down with water touch, fluid, soft, caressing, gentle, swaying, following, gliding With each element drop even deeper into your embodied bliss state as you learn to touch for YOUR pleasure, as you get to practice asking for the specific types of touch your body is craving/imagining at any moment.Finally Peter and I, being two Massage Enthusiasts, will lead you through some simple massage techniques for neck, hands and feet and even throw in some of our own unique “black belt” tools that will leave your partner breathless and asking for more.Bring a partner or come solo and be paired up with practice partner's for the event so you can take these skills home and wow your lover!Bring a cushion, water bottle, and a curious, open mind.Wear comfy clothes that you can move around in.Love Exchange $30 per person or $50 per pairFAQsWhere is the workshop happening?The workshop is on the ground floor of a private home in Medford, MA, near Tufts University. You will receive the exact address via email before the event happens. A dog lives in the home (but will not be present for the workshop), so please bring allergy medication if you are allergic. Ask me about accessibility.What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the workshop?The location is accessible via bus lines from Davis Square, Sullivan Square, and Lechmere. Davis Square is the closest T station (7 minutes by bus) and the location is walking distance from the West Medford commuter rail station.If you are driving, the location is easily reached from I-93. There is limited parking available at the location for people with mobility disabilities. For people without mobility disabilities, street parking is available without a permit two blocks away.ABOUT YOUR FACILITATORS:Monique Darling, Author of 'Beyond Cuddle Party' and workshop facilitator extraordinaire, was born on this planet with the unique gifts and soul calling to help you remember how magnificent you truly are! Messages from your ancestors, your spirit guides, your body, nature, your soul, are all called upon and utilized so that you walk away knowing how deeply the cosmos loves you for YOU, exactly as you are, so you can begin to love and accept yourself too.YOU, you are the gift!

When: Sep 30, 2017 4pm in Medford, MA

Giving Voice: An Afternoon with Historian Annette Gordon-Reed

Renowned historian and Harvard Law School professor Annette Gordon-Reed will speak about the history and legacies of slavery on the estate of the largest slaveholding family in colonial MA. She writes, “History is to a great degree an imaginative enterprise; when writing it or reading it, we try to see the subjects in their time and space. Imagining requires some starting point of connection." Professor Gordon-Reed is the author of The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family, which won the Pulitzer Prize in history and the National Book Award for nonfiction. Her most recent book is "Most Blessed of the Patriarchs": Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination, written in collaboration with historian Peter S. Onuf. Her many honors include the National Humanities Medal, a Guggenheim Fellowship in the humanities, and a MacArthur Fellowship. Giving Voice Annual Benefit Event - 2:30-4:30 p.m. The museum's annual benefit event supports the continued preservation and interpretation of the Royall House and Slave Quarters, site of the only freestanding slave quarters in the Northern United States and a testament to the complex history of slavery and meanings of freedom in America. The event on the museum grounds will include refreshments and tours.  Giving Voice tickets are $40 for current RH&SQ members, $50 for nonmembers.  Click here for membership information.  Special Opportunity: Conversation with Annette Gordon-Reed - 2:00-3p.m. This year’s event also offers the opportunity to participate in an additional small-group discussion with Professor Gordon-Reed inside the Royall House, prior to her Giving Voice presentation. Please consider increasing your support to experience this special conversation. Space is limited. Refreshments will be served. Conversation + Giving Voice tickets are $125. FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? The Royall House and Slave Quarters is located at 15 George Street in Medford, MA, just outside of Medford Square, near the intersection with Main Street and next to Royall Park. By car:  Route 93 to exit 32.  West on Route 60 to second light (Medford Square).  Turn left onto Main Street.  Bear right at Mobil Station to stay on Main Street and proceed to blinking yellow light.  Turn right onto George Street; the museum is on the right, just past the park.  Free on-street parking is available on George Street and other nearby streets; please obey signs regarding resident permit restrictions. Public transportation:  MBTA Buses 96 from Harvard Square and 101 between Sullivan Square and Malden Station stop at the corner of Main and George Streets.   Photo by Stephanie Mitchell, Harvard Staff Photographer.      

When: Oct 1, 2017 2:30PM in Medford, MA

IR Speaker Series: Patricia Sosa (A'83)

Wednesday, October 4 | 12PM | Chase Center LUNCH INCLUDED!  Patricia Sosa is the Director for Latin American Programs for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (TFK) and  has over twenty five years of increasing responsibility in policy advocacy, constituency relations, coalition building and grassroots mobilization. A Native of Puerto Rico, Ms. Sosa has a BA Degree in History and International Relations from Tufts University and a Juris Doctor Degree from George Washington University Law School. She is the recipient of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization regional 2015 World No Tobacco Day award. We welcome Patricia back to Tufts to share her career history and the impact that studying at Tufts had on its development, an overview about tobacco control in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the role that she had in the defense of Uruguay’s international trade dispute with Philip Morris International before the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes. Space is limited! RSVP today! Co-sponsored by the Tufts International Relations Program, Tufts Department of Community Health, and Tufts Department of Health Promotion and Prevention

When: Oct 4, 2017 12pm in Medford, MA

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About Medford, MA
Medford Massachusetts was settled in 1695 and became a city in 1892. Located just northwest of Boston, Medford is a very desirable place to live. Search local Medford homes for sale to find your next dream home and join the Medford community.

The economic history was based on the ship building trade in colonial times. Ship building was begun by Thatcher Magoun who used lumber harvested from the Fells and New Hampshire which arrived via the Middlesex Canal. After the ship building industry reached its decline printed cloth and carpets, linseed oil as well as rum and hats became the major products in Medford as did education with the founding of Tufts University in 1852. Because of its industrial prosperity Medford doubled its population every 20 years from 1870 to 1910.

To this day Medford is a well populated city in a very convenient location filled with many suburban neighborhoods. However it still retains a rich architectural heritage containing many historic sites which include monuments and houses-some of which date back the 17th century.