• August 3–5, 2018
  • Friday–Sunday: 2 nights

Intimacy as a Spiritual Path A Retreat for Couples

For all couples.

Love is the ultimate renewable resource. To be sustainable, the quality of love in an intimate partnership must continually evolve, becoming more precise, mindful, compassionate, and wise—eventually blossoming into a spiritual path. Explore six ways to grow your intimate partnership into a spiritual practice:

  • Learn to abide timelessly together in the present
  • Open to receive and give abundant, unconditional, omnipresent love
  • Expand compassion to include all that is vulnerable or unloved in yourself and your partner
  • Rejoice in the grace of sexuality
  • Meet each other in humility, truth, and mutuality to foster a bond that transcends differences
  • See and speak to each other as the Beloved.

Grow your love into a deeper, more spiritual connection in a weekend that includes couple mindfulness practices, dialogue, humor, music, and group sharing.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Relationships and Sexuality
Schedule
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Presenter(s)

Richard Borofsky, EdD, is cofounder and codirector, with his wife, Antra Kalnins Borofsky, of the Center for the Study of Relationship in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they provide couples therapy and workshops on the practice of relationship.

Full Bio and Programs

Antra Kalnins Borofsky, EdM, is cofounder and codirector, with her husband, Richard Borofsky, of the Center for the Study of Relationship in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where they provide couples therapy and workshops on the practice of relationship.

Full Bio and Programs