Saturday 2/15, 9am - 2/16, 5pm, Cambridge
MLK mom Rebecca says, this is the same workshop I attended and wrote about here: https://yana.com/b/40 :)
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We are writing to invite you to our annual Valentine's weekend, February 15-16.
This in an invitation to you and your loved one to celebrate, renew, and deepen your love. During this weekend we will teach several elegantly simple mindfulness practices to help you open your hearts, strengthen trust, and transform hurts, losses and fears into a deeper loving. You'll practice abiding together in the present moment, meeting each other in truth and mutuality, and expanding your compassion to include whatever is unloved in yourselves.
The art of loving is the art of bringing our best, most present, and cherishing attention to ourselves and our partner moment by moment. Learning how to do this consistently and skillfully under all conditions requires dedication, courage and practice. This weekend is a precious opportunity to receive inspiration, encouragement, and coaching in the intimate art of being together mindfully.
In this workshop we create an environment which is safe and ample enough to hold the whole human truth of who you both are--your strengths, your vulnerabilities, your courage, your fears, your faith, and your doubts.
We will share with you the heart of what we have learned from being a couple for 50 years and couple therapists for over 40 years, and we'll teach you some elegantly simple mindfulness exercises that when practiced over time, cultivate a deep sense of connection and aliveness.
Our workshop includes talks, demonstrations, experiential exercises and group sharing as well as music and lots of humor. It is open to all couples--young or old, married or unmarried, straight or gay --who are eager to learn more about the intimate art of loving one another.
We would love to have you join us!
The cost of the workshop is $700 per couple. It meets at our office in Cambridge, MA on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 5:00.
If you have any questions or need more information, we would be happy to talk to you on the phone (617-661-8221) or communicate by email
If you are not able to attend this particular workshop but are interested in future ones, please let us know.
Posted by Dee T.