We held a five-day workshop in Gijon, Asturias, Spain to teach ecosexual techniques, share our love of nature, visit the local coal country and make art together, all in preparation for our Boda Negra con el Carbón (Black Wedding to the Coal). We lived in the servants’ quarters of a delinquent Count and the participants lived in the students’ quarters of Laboral: The Center for Art and Industrial Creation. Originally this complex was intended to be an orphanage for children whose father’s had been killed in the mines but Franco’s expanded the plans to create the largest building of its era in Spain. Our workshop consisted of about 25 participants from various backgrounds including ecologists, healers, artists, performers, sex workers and others. This workshop ensured that our wedding would be a crazy, profound and original ecosexual experience.