Could I book just a specific workshop or reserve a place in a desired workshop in advance?

No!  Xplore is a festival on various explorations. Therefore it is at your choice which workshop you want to attend.  On the other hand all workshops are open to everyone as long the capacity of the location or the demand of the presenter allows it.
We can just recommend you to get as early as possible into the classroom of you desired workshop before it will be closed in order of overcrowding.
We encourage everyone to be open to new experiences and attend as many workshops as possible for discovering the variety of the Art of Lust.

Do I have to be nude or to have sexual interactions?

No!  Unless otherwise specified, no workshops require nudity. For most workshops loose fitting, comfortable clothes are appropriate.

All workshops are learner-centred and for every-body. Even though some workshops may be quite physical, sexual contact as such is in no way required to participate and enjoy.

All activity at Xplore will be safe, sane and consensual.

What do I get for my money?

With the purchase of a three-day-pass you can participate in any workshop offered. The one-day-pass allows you to participate in the workshops on the selected day. Please note that three workshops are always being offered simultaneously, in the following time slots: 
(11am-12:30pm / 1pm-2:30pm / 4pm - 5:30pm / 6pm -7:30pm / 8pm - 9:30pm )
Therefore, you can take a maximum of five workshops per day.
In the case that a particular workshop should become too full, we reserve the right to limit the number of participants. In that case, we would ask you to choose a simultaneous alternative or take a break. There is no guarantee of being able to participate in every workshop you wish. We do recommend showing up on time.

Do I have to participate in the workshops? Can I also just watch?

That strongly depends on the content of the particular workshop. In most of the workshops, the presence of passive observers doesn’t matter. In some of them, it would be disruptive. The teacher will decide accordingly.

What does BDSM mean?

The abbreviation BDSM stands for three terms that are independent of, yet related to each other: Bondage & Discipline, Dominance & Submission, Sado-Masochism. BDSM is a collective term which includes all consensual sexual activity between adults, aimed at mutual pleasure, which involves dominant-submissive role play, physical restriction or playing with thresholds of pain.

Is there a dress code?

No. In the tolerant and open-minded atmosphere we are hoping for, you are, however, also welcome to appear in fetish-wear. For the final party the dress code is elegant-sexy-kinky-fetish.

Is there an age limit? Can I bring my children?

All workshops are only for adults, 18 years old and up.

It all seems to be about "sex techniques"? Where is the love?

We are of the opinion that you should have sex – and most other things in life as well - only with love. A bit more technique doesn’t hurt, though.

Are there workshops in which only women or only men can participate?

Not really. Some workshops may be intended only for women, or only for men, but this will be clearly announced.

So is this a gay, lesbian or heterosexual event?

We have made an effort while putting the program together and choosing the teachers to avoid the usual seperations and to create a selection that has something to offer for people of any sexual identity and orientation.

What does xplore have to do with dance?

xplore presents techniques and rituals that are related to dance in that they use the body as the central medium. Conventional dance techniques often avoid sexuality, even while working with sexual energy. Successful dance is brilliant and radiant. It is convincing when a coherent interplay of emotion and form refers to something of a higher plane, often described by the adjectives “magical”, “inspired” or “universal”. You could also call it “sexy”. The techniques offered by xplore focus on the sexual body. They consist mostly of practical exercises which require unity of form and emotion. The movement events that result can, by all means, be experienced as dance and observed as choreography.

I don’t have a partner. Can I participate anyway?

Of course. In those workshops which require partner exercises or a gender balance the teacher will manage the composition and division of the group.

I have a partner. Can I participate anyway?

Bring them. Ask them. Or stay at home.