PRIVATE LOVE ALIVE RETREAT
The demands of parenting are exhausting. This is your chance to recharge together.
These sessions will help you keep your connection a priority and enhance the passion, respect and joy in you relationship.
We believe that thriving parents = thriving kids.
Curious to learn more about Love Alive retreats? Here are answers to some Frequently Asked Questions:
Many couples don’t seek relationship support until it is too late. If you and your partner want to make your relationship the best it can be. If you are parenting a young child— now is your chance.
It's best if you can come without your child, but if that is not an option we can work around babies that are under a year old.
These session are not therapy. We are going to celebrate what you have done and explore ways that you can improve communication and problem solving. We have a lot of time to practice and get feedback on how you are doing. Relationships are always evolving and this retreat provides the time and space for learning and reflection.
The approach of these workshops is that EVERYONE has room to grow and change for the better. I hope that everyone leaves with the motivation to adjust their behavior towards the good of the family. Sadly, some people need more time and space to make room for growth. We can't guarantee that the change you are looking for will happen in one session.
A respectful way of exploring + gently opening space to SHIFT systemic roots of suffering, conflict, and symptoms.
FROM THE BLOG
How to Keep Your Love Alive and Well
You know the times in life when things just don’t feel good? When you see one of those uplifting t-shirts that says, “Life is Good,” and you think, “Not mine, today is hard and I don’t like it.” The Bringing Baby Home Workshop helps parents to prepare for those days. Like it or not, life…
Guest Post by Susan Adamson, on Easing Anxiety
I received this note in my email this week and right away I sent a note to Susan, the founder of Mother Trees, asking if I could share it on my blog. Susan was willing to let me share it with you here and I hope you find this gentle reminder helpful for your days….
Mismatched Memories + the Sock Pile
I am a mess. Not is a debilitating way, but messy. All parts of my life are just not put together the way some people I know compulsively keep things in order. I have always wondered how they do it. Judged myself on why I can’t seem to keep it all together. The not being…