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Naked Dinner - charity event

  • Gelegenheiten Berlin Weserstr. 50 12045 Berlin (map)

In support of World AIDS Day 2018, let us share an evening of body freedom and delicious food. All are welcome. We will be preparing a simple meal filled with love for your nourishment and enjoyment.

This event is free, but we will be collecting donations to support our charity this year, PARNI + is an organisation based in Russia, that support people with HIV & AIDS. All proceeds from our event will go to supporting this organisation.

We will have live musicians playing throughout the evening, as well as a few group discussions around the topics of nudity, body freedom, shame, AIDS, and more. It will be an intimate evening to connect to ourselves, one another, and simply enjoy being alive.


If you would like to prepare food for the event, amazing! We plan to make a BIG soup & salad for the dinner. You can donate your time & energy by helping prepare this lovely meal before the event.

Or if you cannot make it to the dinner on 2. December, we still welcome your generous donations. Please message Mischa or Danielle if you would like to donate.

About the hosts:

Mischa is performance / life artist from Russia based in Berlin since 2012. He combines social work, activism, and art in his activities. 

Danielle, a California native, has been in Berlin since 2017. Driven by her passion for body freedom and self-love, she has been leading Naked Yoga(for Women) since 2015, with local classes monthly here in Berlin. Working collectively with groups such as Vu L Vae & Hedoné in Berlin, she consistently finds herself stepping up for creativity, expansion through vulnerability, and learning through communication and relationships. Danielle believes that by being in nude community spaces, people can show another side of themselves, free of masks and story, and connect more deeply to themselves and to those around them.

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