Saturday February 8th 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – Led by Tom Roberts & Mackenzie Moen. During this retreat you will learn how to access a more balanced, open and compassionate place to support a deeper sense of reconnection, appreciation and loving communication with ourselves and our partners which we all yearn for. Minimum 5 couples for retreat to be held.
- Friday February 7th – lodging $50/person + retreat – $30/person | retreat only – $35/person
- Saturday February 8th Retreat- 11:00 until 3:00
Description of the Retreat
In the urgency and distractions of our lives, we lose our sense of balance and most importantly our sense of connection; to yourself and to others. This retreat offers you the opportunity to quiet the demands of your life, recommit to your relationship; to relax your body, heart, and mind in order to access a deep sense of gratitude, kindness, and compassion. To rediscover just how to express these again to those we care the most deeply for.
You will learn skills to help you remember how to stay present, interested, and appreciative of yourself, your partner, and the life you are creating together.
More about Tom and Mackenzie…
Thomas Roberts, LCSW, LMFT, www.thomasrobertsllc.com has gained widespread recognition in the field of health and healing as a healer and educator, author and speaker who translates mindfulness techniques into practical strategies for enjoying a healthier, happier, more fulfilling everyday life.
He is a licensed psychotherapist and clinical hypnotherapist with more than 30 years experience in both psychotherapy and mindfulness practice. The author of The Mindfulness Workbook: A Beginner’s Guide to Overcoming Fear and Embracing Compassion, he regularly presents at training sessions, workshops and retreats at local, regional and national levels.
Mackenzie Moen owner of My Dharma Yoga www.mydharmayoga.com learned and taught yoga in the Amazon Rainforest in Peru and will lead partner yoga, a great way to strengthen relationships by fostering trust and communication. Couples yoga brings people together through movement, play, breath, touch and intimacy and may be practiced by any two people.