Ask: An Erotic Experiment in Presence, Creation, and Pleasure

  • Easton Mountain Easton Mountain
  • 391 Herrington Hill Rd Greenwich, NY 12834
  • Feb 26 - Mar 1, 2020 (5 days)

About This Event

with Adam Nicholson and Corinne Diachuk

For more detailed information on this retreat, including the program, booking, and what to expect, please click "More Information and Booking"

The Ask retreat is designed to give you a new framework from which you can process desire, pain, suffering, and pleasure.

Held within a tight and safe (enough) sacred container, Adam Nicholson and Corinne Diachuk will guide you on a journey through your body, mind, and soul so that you can leave a deeper level of discernment around what you want, why you are asking for it, and how to negotiate for it.

How do you know what you truly desire?

Do you ask for what you want or do you hope others will automatically know how to take care of you?

How do you discern between your surface-level wants and your soul-level desires?

Are you so attached to your wants that you fall into despair, depression, and suffering when you don’t get them?

For five days you will have the opportunity to delve into these questions.

You will experience growth through the Three-Minute Game, the Wheel of Consent, technical workshops in erotic touch, spiritual grounding based in tantric principles, and many, many embodied experiments.

The Ask retreat is going to push you to take a deeper dive into your body and how it is speaking to you.

Your body holds an immense amount of information and wisdom. And when you learn the language of your body, you can begin to clear the confusion in your head. Confusion creates so much suffering. But when we begin to ask ourselves the right questions, the confusion disappears.

At Ask, you will join other like-minded men to...

Gain discernment between your surface-level wants and soul-level desires

Learn how to ask for what you truly want

Understand why you are asking for it

Gain clarity around how your body is speaking to you

Learn how to say “no” and negotiate for what you want

For more detailed information on this retreat, including the program, booking, and what to expect, please click "More Information and Booking"

Venue Highlights

Easton Mountain is a retreat center located near Albany, New York. It is a place for learning, healing, and growth, in a setting that also provides opportunities for recreation and appreciation of nature. We are located on 175 beautiful wooded acres and have multiple options for meeting spaces suitable for small to large groups. For overnight, weekend or longer events, we have a variety of accommodations, including private rooms, semi-private rooms, rooms for four, and dormitory-style rooms. In the warmer months, guests are also welcome to bring their own tent and camp in a number of wonderful sites.

Accommodations

We provide several options for housing:
The Guest House - Offering two room options, our two-story Guest House includes in-suite bathrooms with shower, and WiFi access. Room options include two beds or two bunk beds.
The Garden Cabin - A dormitory-style accommodation with five bunk beds, our Garden Cabin offers WiFi access and shared toilet facilities. Shower facilities are located on the ground level of the Lodge, approximately 500 feet away
Camping - Guests are also welcome to bring their own tent and camp in a variety of beautiful locations on the land. From a platform right on the duck pond to our hillside next to the Guest House, this option allows you to enjoy the beautiful land while still offering you the comforts of facilities available at the Lodge.

Amenities

  • Free Wifi
  • Sauna
  • Pool
  • Towels
  • Free Parking
  • Kitchen
  • Hot Tub
  • Coffee/Tea

Menu Types

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
  • Meat
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Nut Free

Menu/Cuisine

Meals are provided three times daily: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is usually served continental style, with assorted breads, bagels, and cold cereals available, along with a hot cereal, yogurt, a hot breakfast entree, and fresh fruit. For some retreats, the last day will feature light snacks in the early morning and a late morning brunch. Lunch and dinner are usually hot meals with fresh bread and salad available. We serve meat, usually in the form of beef, pork, chicken, turkey, and fish. A vegetarian option is also available at each meal; we ask that this be reserved for those who request vegetarian meals, as there is not enough of the vegetarian option prepared for everyone to eat.

Snacks such as cold cereals, fruits and nuts, along with coffee, assorted hot teas, chilled water, and iced tea, are available 24 hours a day in the dining room. Please note that we can not always accommodate special dietary requests for food allergies. If you have specific food allergies, we suggest you contact us ahead of time and bring some special food for yourself to supplement any food that we serve which you can eat. Refrigerator space can be provided for you if needed to store your food.

Directions

Easton Mountain is located in the Hudson Valley approximately 30 miles North of Albany, New York and conveniently located within a three-hour drive of Boston, New York City, and Montreal. Please see our website for turn by turn directions. To set up your GPS, use the following address: 391 Herrington Hill Road, Greenwich, NY 12834.

You can fly into the Albany airport, take the Megabus or AMTRAK to Albany (Rensselaer Station), or take the Greyhound/Trailways to Albany. We can usually arrange for a volunteer to pick you up. Please refer to our website for details

Cancellation Policy

100% deposit refund for cancellation 30+ days before event.
50% deposit refund for cancellation 15-29 days before event.
0% deposit refund for cancellation 0-14 days before event.
The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due upon arrival.
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