08 Feb Online – Intimacy: How we keep ourselves from it
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The screen in front of you doesn’t see the tears in your eyes as you press send.
The screen doesn’t feel your yearning to be seen and for someone to pierce through the armor you’ve built to protect yourself.
It doesn’t notice you swallowing the words: I am not OK.
The screen doesn’t know that you are terrified of what will happen if you would let those words out.
Loneliness and anxiety are two of the biggest threats in today’s society. To tackle those we need to relearn intimacy. It’s not reserved exclusively for romantic relationships, we yearn for emotional intimacy with our friends and family as well.
This seminar will reveal new insights and a practical approach to deepening the connection with your loved ones, alleviating anxiety and banning loneliness. It will include a lecture and writing, simple but high impact breathing exercises, and guided meditation.
Suggested props: bring writing materials and something that helps you to sit up with a straight spine.
All levels are welcome. No previous experience necessary. Recording is available until 14 days after the session.
- Date: Saturday 26 February
- Time: New York (EST) 10am - 12pm // Amsterdam (CET) 4 - 6pm // Dubai (GST) 7 - 9pm
- Location: Livestream, via Zoom
- Recording is available until 14 days after the workshop
- Price: $29 USD
- Sign up
On Saturday 26 February, Max is also hosting his workshop Strength, Grace and Healing. His elevating training Teaching Healing - Take your students' experience beyond the mat, will take place on Sunday 27 February. We set up some discount packages for you:
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