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Brandi Sims, BrandincPR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tasteful Treasures Workshops Offers New Interactive
Take On Empowering Sensuality
Atlanta, GA – December 7th, 2020 – Erotica Novel Author and Certified Sex Expert Jade’s Desire announced today a new Tasteful Treasures Weekly Workshop starting on Thursday, January 7th, 2021 from 7p.m.-9p.m. at the Windy Hill Joint Venture, 1640 Roswell St. Suite J in Smyrna. Each week participants can expect to learn helpful ways to enhance their relationships, and build confidence in their own sensuality in an interactive environment.
“We created the workshops at the top of the New Year as part of our company goals to introduce more educational materials and resources for our growing audience” said Jade’s Desire, author and CEO of Tasteful Treasures. “Through feedback from our clients and followers, we packaged the workshop to tackle various areas of individual and relationship challenges towards sexual health and wellness”.
During the workshop series, guest will participate in interactive sessions addressing key concerns within their relationships as well as develop steps to rediscovering their inner self confidence. Light refreshments will be served during the event and each guest will receive a free gift with purchase. Along with the interactive sessions, there will be opportunities to win free prizes and games for attendees.
Tickets are on sale now and available for purchase on Eventbrite. For more ticket information or details, please visit www.tastefultreasures69.com or call (404)-590-2722.
About Jade’s Desire
Jades Desire, the no-nonsense, energetic and relatable author of The Real Thoughts of A Sexual Submissive Vol. 1 based in Atlanta, GA. Highlighting her wild adventures and true life experiences, author and certified sexual expert Jade’s Desire expertly addresses women’s sexuality and empowerment for a diverse audience.
About Tasteful Treasures
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Tasteful Treasures is a women sexual health and empowerment company offering book resources, podcasts and workshops to spread awareness.
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