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Relationships are a spiritual practice.

 

Welcome to The Yoga of Relationships! This 4-Week Live Immersion is dedicated to bringing you joy, depth, and intimacy in your romantic relationships. Do you find yourself in a moment of transition? Maybe you are longing for “the One” to show up? Or perhaps you’re seeing a pattern popping up in your relationships, but don’t know how to address it? Maybe you find yourself in a loving relationship, but wanting to deepen your experience? Do you have an awesome spiritual practice, but feel stuck when it comes to personal relationships? Are you scared to let go and really love?

In The Yoga of Relationships, we will explore the esoteric side of romantic relationships, whether you are in one, more than one, or not in one at all. We will use the principles of Yoga, Tantra, and Buddhism, as well as some modern relationship theory and practice. Relationships are intense catalysts for deep healing. There is so much change happening in our culture that is slowly cracking old, outdated models of relating. It is up to us to create a new paradigm in relationships, where there is balance, harmony, fun, freedom, and deep intimacy!

In this live immersion, we focus on a weekly theme in an online circle, and bring this theme into our lives each week, experiencing practice and growth in real time.

Each Wednesday, we will have a Live Circle with Kat (via Zoom) to discuss the theme and learn a practical application. This time will also be open to group discussion and Q + A. Each week, you will receive an e-mail with inspiration, exercises, and guided practices on the theme. The four weeks will culminate in a online Healing Ceremony, where you will plant the seed of your relationship intention to carry forward with you!

Space is limited to 11 participants. Registration closes August 6th, 2019.

 
 
 

Summer 2019 Themes + Dates

Wednesday, August 7th, 2019 - 8-9 PM PST via Zoom

Personal Myth

Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 - 8-9 PM PST via Zoom

Working with Wounds

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 - 8-9 PM PST via Zoom

Inner Power

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019 - 8-9 PM PST via Zoom

Inner Marriage Healing Ceremony


Some questions + topics we will explore…

How do I continue to honor my sovereignty in partnership?

Fundamental Differences versus Healthy Tension

How to stay present in conflict

Mountain versus River Energy

Polarity

Daily Intimacy

Building a Foundation

“Doing Your Job” in your Relationship

How to alchemize criticism, doubt, judgment, and past wounds


 

FAQs

 

Q: Can couples do this together?

A: Yes! We absolutely encourage couples do this workshop together. However, there is no discount for couples taking the course together. A big part of this work is building sovereignty and taking responsibility for our choices, therefore, each participant must pay separately.

Q: How will I participate in the Live Circle?

A: Download the Zoom, it’s super easy to use!

Q: I can’t make the Live Circle. Can I still participate?

A: Yes! Each week, a video will be recorded and sent to you the following day. You can send in questions via email, which will be addressed in each Live Circle!

Q: Is this immersion LGBTQ+ friendly, as well as gender inclusive?

A: Absolutely.

 

The object of your practice should first of all be yourself. Your love for the other, your ability to love another person, depends on your ability to love yourself.
— Thich Nhat Hanh
In most of our human relationships, we spend much of our time reassuring each other that our costumes of identity are on straight.
— Ram Dass
In any relationship in which two people become one, the end result is two half people.
— Wayne Dyer
Couples choose each other with an unerring instinct for finding the very person who will exactly match their own level of unconscious anxieties and mirror their own dysfunctions, and who will trigger for them all their unresolved emotional pain.
— Gabor Mate
Today, we turn to one person to provide what an entire village once did: a sense of grounding, meaning, and continuity. At the same time, we expect our committed relationships to be romantic as well as emotionally and sexually fulfilling. Is it any wonder that so many relationships crumble under the weight of it all?
— Esther Perel
A co-dependent is ‘If you’re okay, I’m okay’. A non-codependent is, ‘I can see that you’re not okay, but I’m okay, and I would like to know how you’d like me to help you find out why you’re not okay. But I’m not gonna fix you.’ So I remain in my center, with compassion for your not-okayness, but I’m neither triggered by it, nor do I try and fix it. I just keep space.
— Wendy Mandy