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The Relationship Dance – Two Day Introductory Workshop

Creating memories together
Strengthen your relationship by creating memories together

Why aren’t all relationships easy?

When a relationship is hard work, it is probably unbalanced.

When a relationship is painful, it has probably become destructive.

But arguing, disrespect and disconnection are not the natural dynamic of a loving relationship.

 

So are you interested in how to create

a happy and stable relationship?

 

About the Relationship Dance

Based on a 25-year modelling project, the Relationship Dance is a two-day workshop that will introduce you to a whole set of new models, tools, techniques and behaviours that will help you to:

  • Build a strong foundation through the Five Relationship Graces
  • Stand up and become balanced and constructive together with your partner
  • Enjoy the strength of becoming interdependent
  • Develop greater compatibility through a complementary relationship
  • Communicate with your partner (rather than argue!)
  • Speak your truth with kindness
  • Stay on the same side, even when handling differences

 

…so you both get what you want in life and feel excited about your future.

 

Who is the Relationship Dance for?

  • Individuals who want to create a healthy balance within… to get themselves into a state of readiness for the perfect relationship
  • Couples who want to communicate more effectively, revivify their relationship and rediscover why they love one another
  • Coaches, counsellors and therapists who want to broaden their skills in helping others
  • Anyone who is curious to discover how to create and maintain a relationship that is loving, supportive and inspiring…

The Trainers

Joe and Melody Cheal have more than 25 years’ experience each in the fields of Personal & Professional Development. They have trained and coached over 20000 people, helping them revolutionise the way they interact and work with others. Amongst their various qualifications, they both have psychology-based degrees and master’s degrees and are Master Trainers of NLP.

The question they are most often asked is: “How do you work together?” and the answer is varied!

They work together regularly…

They work together affectionately…

They work together respectfully…

They work together humorously…

They work together seriously…

 

Put simply… they work together!

 

They met in 1992, married in 1994, and have been dancing happily together ever since!

Individual Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £95

 

 

Full rate £145

 

 

Couples Tickets

 

Early Bird rate available until 12th May 2019  £145

 

 

Full rate £195

 

Are you minding your mind?

How is your psychological self-care? Are you minding your mind?

Checking how you care for yourself psychologically…

This week I will offer one final audit for you to carry out, psychological self-care. So what do you mean when you say “psychological self-care”?

 

That’s a great question, I’m glad you asked. From my perspective this is about your internal representations and that means how you store information. This will be in the form of thoughts, images, sounds, sensations, emotions and even taste and smell. These in turn will create patterns of thought, responding and behaviour.

 

So here is this week’s audit.

 

  1. How are you talking to yourself? Are you kind? Are you critical?
  2. When you check your internal image of yourself, how do you see yourself?
  3. How do you respond to compliments?
  4. How do your respond to critical feedback?
  5. What are you believing about yourself that is limiting you in some way? What are you believing about yourself that empowers you in some way?
  6. What are you believing about others that creates challenges? What are you believing about others that creates connection?
  7. What are your patterns in significant relationships?
  8. What is your relationship to confidence?
  9. What is your sense of self? Do you value yourself? Do recognise your worth?
  10. Where in your life are you unfulfilled (if anywhere) and how are your thoughts connected to that?

As with the previous audits, consider what questions I’ve left out.

 

What else is important to you?

 

You might want to consider an audit for your self-care in regards to Spirituality, in relationships or behaviourally. I’ll leave you to reflect on those for yourself and next week we will begin exploring strategies for self-care.