Polyamory toolkit goes on the road

Posted On March 1, 2019

Join Dan & Dawn, authors of the Polyamory Toolkit and polyamorous since 2001, for a 3-hour intensive that gives participants tools to bring happiness and freedom in their polyamorous relationships! Together, delve into the Polyamory Toolkit with the authors and gain tools to break free of the patterns and attitudes that keep us trapped in discomfort, fear, unhappiness, and jealousy. Actionable ideas and things you can keep in your ‘polyamory toolbox’ when things need fixing!

Bio

Dan and dawn are a lifestyle couple since 2001 and have presented at over 100 events around North America. They are the authors of multiple books as well as creators of the wildly popular Kink Starter cards! They are also the co-hosts of the Erotic Awakening internet radio show, an educational podcast that explores “all things erotic”; co-directors of the Columbus Space, an alternative community center; 2016 MAsT International Member’s Choice Presenter of the Year Award winner; Great Lakes region title holders (2010); creators of the Scarlet Sanctuary and Path of the Qadishti (sacred sexuality spaces); featured educators on both Kink Academy and Creative Sexuality; and mentioned in a number of books, articles, and other media.

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