Jun 1, 2021
Teacher(s) & Mentor(s)
Ted Strauss & Hillary Davis
TA RELATED TEACHING EVENT
A powerful online workshop that will help you heal, awaken, and thrive together. It will transform your relationships for the rest of your life.
- Do you yearn for deeper intimacy with those you love?
- Do you feel free to speak your truth with others?
- Do you seek deeper awakening and embodiment for yourself?
Our relationships with family, lovers, and close friends are often the source of deep joy as well as deep pain. This workshop is focused on sharing with you the most effective dispositions and practices we’ve found to help any two people relate with meaningful connection and continue awakening together. It’s designed for singles and couples of any sexual orientation, anyone wanting to experience more love and closeness in relationships.
- Turn triggers and fights into opportunities for connection
- Repair broken communication
- Support whole being awakening in each other
- Heal old patterns and finally resolve issues that keep repeating
- Build deeper trust together
Love, Awakening & Relationships will run for 6 consecutive weeks, 2 hours each meeting starting after June 1. The date and time will be determined by late May. The format will be short teaching sections alternating with longer experiential processes, so everyone will have lots of time to explore, practice, and ask questions.
Enrollment is limited to 10 participants to keep the event intimate.
The cost is $299 per person.
We have 4 spots left! To let us know you’re interested, please click here: https://tedstrauss.com/relationships/
About Ted & Hillary
“In working to create deep sustainable intimacy, we discovered we were both highly triggerable and shy about being vulnerable. Having worked their own process to the bone, Ted and Hillary are relationship masters who deeply understood our lifelong patterns of reacting and distancing. They taught us ways of being genuinely caring about our impact on each other that have turned our crummiest interactions into sacred ones. We’re learning to embrace what we previously thought was unacceptable, and it’s made us feel much closer and more trusting in a very short time.” – Nancy Dreyfus, Psy.D. and Michael Kanarek