a deep exploration into all things sex, with the intention to dissolve shame and taboos, while normalizing a healthy, liberated and empowered conversation around sex.

The Sex Panel

Come experience a sensual evening, indulge your senses and enjoy a candlelit conversation around sexual liberation.

Let’s talk about SEX baby.

Wild Bloom Panels are centered around bringing formerly “taboo” topics into the light to be explored in an unconditionally loving and judgment free container. July’s Panel will be covering all things sex. We’re exploring everything from masturbation, same sex couples and sexual repression to utilizing sex as a manifestation tool, embdoying sexuality outside of the bedroom and so much more.

While it would be impossible to cover the entirety of such a vast topic within a single discussion, our intention is to create a series around the multi-faceted and complex topic of sex. Come enjoy our very first panel of the series, bring your questions and let’s dive in!

We believe that having these conversations and removing the shame has a profound healing impact and that it’s time we create safe containers for these discussions to be had.

Warning: This will be a candid, unfiltered and raw conversation around sex. We understand that this topic can present triggers for people. We will have measures in place to create a safe and loving environment. That said, if you feel that this topic will be particularly triggering for you, there will be other panels in the future that may be a better fit.


Bryn Daylor

Bryn is a sex, love and embodiment coach that helps women amplify their confidence, truly know their desires, and create a life that turns them on.

Tah Whitty

Tah is a Master Intimacy and Integration Coach. Tah is known for his work in shame and shadow navigation. He has been a Registered Nurse for 29 Years, 23 of those years in Emergency Rooms of New York City hospitals. Trauma and drama navigation are his zones of genius. Tah is co-founder of Bio Integration Solutions and co-creator of the Condor Approach, the world standard in certification for Psychedelic Informed Practitioners. Tah is the co-host of the Psychedelic Coach Podcast and has been featured on stages like The Apeiron Summit, The Tantra Festival Mexico, Paleo f(x) and many more.

Lily Shepard

Lily is dedicated to empowering women through movement by helping them create Supreme Acceptance of their Sensual Selves through the art of dance and community.

Elizabeth Rose

Elizabeth Rose is a paradigm shifter, functional nutritionist, women’s health educator and Co-founder of the Yoni Project. She specializes in working with women to cultivate intimacy with themselves and become their own healer through the lens of their hormonal cycle. As a queer woman, she is passionate about boldly living outside of societal construcuts and conditioning, standing in her truth and in doing so, giving others permission to do the same.

Danielle Madden

Danielle Madden is a Holistic Money Mentor, Human Design Reader, Astrogeography Practitioner and Co-founder of the Yoni Project. She utilizes her background in somatic experiencing, energy healing, human design and astrology to work with her clients to discover the root of what is creating friction within their lives.

In addition, her work with the Yoni Project is centered around educating women on consent, boundaries and, due to her own experiences with sexual trauma, advocating for women who have experienced abuse in this area. She is passionate about creating safe spaces for women to move out of shame and own their stories, no matter how painful they are – ultimately, activating a pathway of healing through ownership and integration.

Corbin Sellers

Corbin is an Inner Wilderness Guide helping people explore their True Nature. Corbin leads Wilderness Adventures for expansive in person experiences as well as an 8 week program called Maces and Microdoses. Corbin’s goal is to connect people to their True Nature through movement, nature and expanded states of consciousness.

Agenda for the evening:

6:55pm – Doors open

7pm – event officially begins

7pm-7:15pm – Check in and settling into the container

7:20pm-7:30pm – Introduce event, Wild Bloom Vision, Introduce Panelist

7:30pm-7:50pm – Embodied Movement led by Lily Shepard, followed by a Safety Exercise led by Bryn Daylor

7:50-8:50 – Panel discussion begins

8:50-9:05pm – Intermission

9:05pm-10pm – second half of panel + Q&A

Requirements for Participation:

Our top priority is safety at all Wild Bloom Events. By choosing to participate in Wild Bloom events you are committed to taking responsibility for your own safety and co-creating a safe, loving and supportive environment for everyone.

While we do not anticipate this event being a space in which these boundaries are crossed, we have outlined our requirements for participation to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all attendees is upheld.

By choosing to be apart of this event, you agree to honor the following:

Substance Use:
We require that all guests restrain from any altering substances prior to and throughout Wild Bloom Events, unless otherwise stated, in order to ensure that attendees are present, connected and in control.

At Wild Bloom, consent is a requirement for all engagements beyond casual, platonic interaction. Please be sensitive to the environment and if you are unclear on someone’s personal preference or boundary, please ask before moving forward.

What is Consent? (Language borrowed from Planned Parenthood)

Freely given. Consenting is a choice you make without pressure, manipulation, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Reversible. Anyone can change their mind about what they feel like doing, anytime. Even if you’ve done it before, and even if you’re already headed in the direction of what you no longer desire to be apart of.

You can only consent to something if you have the full story.

Enthusiastic. When it comes to anything, you should only do stuff you WANT to do, not things that you feel you’re expected to do.

Specific. Saying yes to one thing, doesn’t mean you’ve said yes to others.

Yes and No:

You agree that the ONLY “Yes” is a clear, secure and verbal “YES”.
Ex: “Yes, you may sit next to me.”
“Yes, I am Mutual” means “Yes” as it leads with “Yes”

“No” means “no”.
“Maybe” means “no”.
“Not now” means “no”.
“I’m not sure” means “no”
“Sure” means “No”
A shoulder shrug means “no”
A shake of the head from side to side means “no”
A nod without and affirmative YES” means “no”
If someone says “yes” and then changes to a “no… It means “NO”.
“We are not mutual” means “No”
“I am not not mutual” means “No”
“I am mutual” without a “yes” is considered a “no” please ask for clarity.

If at any time, you are touched or spoken to in a way that you do not agree with, you agree that it is your responsibility to:
1) Notify the person who has moved beyond your boundary that they have crossed your boundary of consent.
2) Remove yourself from the situation.
3) Alert the event organizers or their assistants immediately.

Discrimination of any kind is strictly prohibited. Comments, judgements or gestures aimed at a particular person or group of people, based on gender, race, age, sexual orientation, disability, beliefs, preferences, medical choices, appearance, or any other identifying trait is forbidden and will result in immediate dismissal from the event.

Photos and Filming:
While photos and filming are not prohibited, we ask that you be incredibly mindful with the photos and videos that you take. You are welcome to snap photos and film, however, please make sure that your content is focused on the panel or the space and not other participants.

The store will be closed prior to event. We will open back up the shop after, at that time, you can purchase products at 15% off.

If at any point your boundary is crossed, please communicate your boundary (if possible) and then proceed to notify a facilitator.

With this in mind, we expect everyone to show up in love and a willingness to help us cultivate a welcoming space for all.