Workshop (New York): Exploring Self-Love via Feminine Sexual Energy & Creativity / with Qi-Gong & Expressive Arts


How can we distill the commonly-used term "self-love"
and how does it relate to our sexual energy and our creativity?
How do we cultivate this energy to vibrate out positive change
within ourselves and in the world?

Join us to explore self-love through our feminine sexual energy
and reflect on how it manifests as creative force
with Qi-Gong, a series of ancient Chinese moving meditations,
and expressive arts via illustration and embodied expression.

Sunday, April 29th from 10:30am to 1:00pm

Sixth Street Community Center
638 E Sixth Street (Between Avenues B & C)
New York, NY 10009

This workshop includes:

  • A safe place to show up, share and be held by others in community
  • Education and gentle guidance of Qi-Gong practice for opening up to creative sexual energy
  • Art supplies for visual art expression
  • Space and guidance for artistic visualization and mindful embodiment
  • Light refreshments

Bring if you can:

  • a yoga mat
  • your journal

Open to self-identified women, all accessibility and experience levels are welcome

$35 | on sale until Saturday, 4/28 @ noon

*Please purchase tickets on time.


Your Guides:


Seher Sikandar 

Calling the San Francisco Bay Area home, Seher is a Brooklyn based photographer, writer, and community facilitator.  

As a practice in holding space, Seher teaches qigong (an ancient energy healing modality rooted in Chinese medicine) to inspire easeful communication between the body-mind and hosts discussion forums to foster dialogue between the collective heart-mind; She fiercely believes that it is every human’s birthright to truly feel, know, and access their energy — and then to harness this agency towards self-empowered healing.



Chetna Mehta

Chetna is a folk mixed media artist, founder of mosaiceye, and mental wellness mystic impassioned by merging psychological healing with spirituality and the arts.

Her work is rooted in self-actualization and interconnection. She creates to realize, bring ease and growth to parts of self and others, and to remember our intrinsic divine interdependence with one another, mother earth and the cosmos.

With a recently completed Master's in counseling psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, she’s bringing arts and self-reflective workshops to communities around the country.