Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 – 6:45 to 8 pm
Thriving as a Couple, Through Injury & Beyond
Has one of you suffered a recent injury that may be limiting your physical connection? Are you feeling more tentative or cautious about exchanging touch now that there’s an injury to consider? Not sure if your partner wants more touch or less touch while recovering?
Nourishing touch is an essential way to nourish your connection as a couple. It’s too often underutilized even in the best of circumstances. When you add injury to the mix, touch can take a back seat all together.
But touch is not only healing to the injury, it’s essential to your connection as a couple.
Studies show that couples that touch each other at least five times a day, report much higher satisfaction and a deeper bond than couples who don’t. They also argue much less.
With this in mind, would you like to learn how to:
- give clear and concise feedback to your partner about what kind of touch feels best to you?
- feel comfortable asking for touch any time you wanted a hug, some connection, or support?
- know exactly how your partner likes to be touched?
And thus, gain the confidence to help you relax? Then…
Join us for… Thriving as a Couple, Through Injury & Beyond
In this fun and relaxed workshop, you will:
- Discover how to ask your partner for feedback about your touch so you don’t have to guess,
- Learn how to give feedback in ways that are easy to hear and assure you get the touch you desire, and
- Stop worrying if you’re doing it ‘right’ and enjoy the process of learning more about each other.
Offering and receiving touch that feels ‘just right’ is a skill set of both words and touch. You’ll leave this workshop with much greater facility in both.
Founder of Deeper Love Better Sex
Lisa Rose is a dating and relationship coach at her company Deeper Love, Better Sex.
Over the past 15 years, she’s supported hundreds of couples to thrive, not just survive their relationship.
As a touch junkie herself, she’s committed to helping you enjoy your partners touch more and more often.