Friday, June 21st, 2019, 10am - 12pm PDT
The Mystery of Passion in Long-Term Relationships
With Robert King & Niyati Evers
Get the recording FOR FREE when you register for the Course: The Alchemy of Sex & Intimacy in Long-Term Relationships
If we want to keep the spark and magic of our sexuality alive in the long term, we have to engage in a process of ongoing discovery and re-discovery.
If we open ourselves up to a journey of growth and discovery, the relationship itself will push us to the next level and compel us to stretch beyond what we know.
In this seminar you will learn about the dreaming process of your sexuality, and how it will help you maintain passion in your long-term relationships (also known as emotionally- committed relationships).
Intimate relationships offer the possibility of companionship, intimacy and sexual fulfillment. At the same time, they come with a challenge. How do you keep passion and sexuality alive over the years? How can you have the warmth of familiarity, and also the excitement of novelty and discovery?
In this seminar, we will take on both the challenge and opportunity in long-term relationships . They invite us towards a journey of ever-expanding growth, both as individuals and in the relationship. To keep the spark and magic of sexuality alive in the long-term, we have to engage in a process of ongoing discovery and re-discovery, of both self-confrontation and self-disclosure. The good news is that this process is already built into the challenge of long-term relationships. Like waves in the ocean rushing towards the surf, relationships push us to our biggest growth edges.
Receive this seminar FOR FREE when you join our in-depth course of six online classes. We’ll explore the magic and alchemy of intimate and sexual relationships, and how they can transform us and our relationships.The course will run every second Friday from October 4th to December 13th, 2019 at 10 AM – 12 PM Pacific time. Participate live or watch the recordings.
Robert King MSW, Diplomate in Process-Oriented Psychology, has been a practicing therapist for 40 years. He’s been a faculty member of the Process Work Institute in Portland since 1992. He has taught both in the U.S. and internationally on a variety of topics, such as relationships, sexuality, dreams, bodywork, addictions and conflict resolution. Robert has extensive experience facilitating seminars on social issues, such as the conflict in Ireland, commonly referred to as ‘The Troubles’. He has also co-facilitated Open Forums in Portland on Gay Rights and has taught Advanced Gestalt Therapy, Family Therapy and Counselling Techniques at Antioch University in Seattle. Robert is passionate about developing his visual artwork while integrating spiritual and shamanic traditions with his interest in alternative relationship styles and sexual practices.
Niyati Evers, MAPW, is an international facilitator who has worked in South Africa, Israel, the Netherlands and the U.S. Niyati is originally from Amsterdam. She is a trained Tantric practitioner and has facilitated Tantric Workshops throughout the Netherlands. She completed her Masters in Process Oriented Psychology at the Process Work Institute in Portland. In 1998, Niyati moved to Cape Town, South Africa, where she lived for 14 years and worked with race and gender dynamics in the workplace. Niyati and Robert have an international therapy practice and they facilitate workshops in the realms of communication, sexuality and intimacy. Niyati is currently working on a book about her experiences of growing up in Amsterdam as part of the “second generation” of Holocaust survivors and living in post-Apartheid South Africa.