Our Ethics

Trust and confidentiality

We act in accordance with the trust you place in us. We will treat all personal information about you as confidential, including the fact that you attended a course or event. We only divulge private information to authorities if it is legally required.


We appreciate that everyone has their own world view, ideas, beliefs, anxieties, ways of sexuality and personal boundaries. We will respect you as a person and always mind your expressed boundaries. Likewise, you are expected to treat facilitators, practitioners and other participants with the same level of respect.


We will protect your autonomy in never forcing our will or world view upon you. You are always free to choose whether to participate in any exercise. We understand that everyone has different levels of boundaries and will respect without judgement any decision you make about participation.

Professional standards

We are committed to continuous training and research to improve our quality as facilitators and practitioners. We will not teach anything that we have not ourselves experienced and feel competent on delivering to a group or an individual. All Sacred Pleasures facilitators and practitioners receive regular professional supervision. Where an issue is raised and we do not feel competent, we will tell you so and direct you to adequate support.


We are committed to promoting your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. We will avoid any kind of exploitation, whether that is sexually, emotionally, financially or in any other form.


We respect and aim to work with everyone’s diversity provided it does not have any detriment to others in the group process or the programme.


We are 100% passionate about safe and ethical practice. In all of the exercises / practices that we offer we strongly encourage you and provide you with information and items to promote safe practice. It is your personal responsibility to ensure your own safety throughout attending a course or event. If we observe unsafe practice we will invite you to amend your practice safely and immediately. If not adhered to you will be asked to leave the course or event. Any concerns should be raised with the facilitator immediately.

As facilitators we actively keep ourselves informed about the latest guidelines relating to safer sex practices. Equally all Sacred Pleasures practitioners receive regular supervision about their practice, teaching, themselves, clients and course and event members. The aim is to ensure ethical and safe practice, whether physically, emotionally or spiritually.

Personal responsibility

It is your duty to ensure your own personal safety. Sacred Pleasures can’t take any liability or responsibility for you. You will need to ensure you are mentally, physically and emotionally able to engage in the course programme. If you have any concerns you are responsible for your own duty of care to yourself and as such should seek appropriate advice before undertaking any course. If you have any specific questions please contact us to explore this further.


We will treat all course attendees fairly, honestly and openly in all communication whether that be via e-mail, telephone or face-to-face on a course. We aim to be balanced in our views and judgements and take into account both the needs of the individual and of the group. Our aim will always be to discuss any issues in an open and supportive forum. Any issues you experience during a Sacred Pleasures course or event should be raised with the facilitator(s).