with Meriana Dinkova and Fuzzy :philippe!
Get in touch with your Inner Freak with a Twist

Jimmy: “… I don't even know what that means!”
Chazz: “No one knows what it means, but it's provocative.”

  • What is your personal style (flavor) of getting your “freak on” (or of 'being cool’) in the big sea of hipsters, hippies and fashionistas?
  • Is getting your “freak on” a fun and authentic expression (tool you are using) or a compulsive inner stance that is running you without you having much choice about it?
  • What flavor of freak are you?
  • When are you playing the game and when is your game playing you?

In this workshop with Meriana and Fuzzy :philippe you will define and refine your personal freak style and learn ways to fine tune it and turn it ON even more.
  • We will explore the ways in which your personal kind of social avatar is helping you express and connect, versus possibly limiting connection.
  • We will play with examining and stretching your personal style (flavor) of expressing yourself, ‘getting your freak on” and ‘playing the social game’.
  • We will examine your default ways of relating -- as well as introduce and play with some new ones

Meriana Dinkova
 is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MTF Lic#45696) and Life and Relationship Coach in private practice in SF. For the last 16 years she has studied and practiced a variety of tantric, meditative and therapeutic methods involving the connection between spirit and body and the ways our attention influences our experience, particularly in the realms of connection and mindfulness. For more info go to

Fuzzy Philippe
 is co-founder and co-producer with Club Exotica, as well as a social artist and relationship artist. As a co-founder/producer with Club Exotica and over the last 10 years, he has created a multitude of events - in effect, temporary social art - for people to safely explore intimacy, relationships, sensuality & sexuality, and do it in community. During that time, he has observed and developed unique views about the ways people connect and interact, and with these views has helped thousands develop their own art of relating.