Love Hacks for Relationships
Most of what you’ve been taught about relationships is wrong! Want to know how to stay deeply in love long after the initial rush ends? How to finally get past THAT argument or shut down? (The one that just KEEPS happening over and again, even in multiple relationships). And finally let go of your patterns so you can experience deep long term intimacy, playfulness and joy with another human? This workshop will help you unlock what is buried deep in your physiology: you were made to love, and be loved: and it doesn’t have to hurt. Simple, profound, easy to apply practices that will help you at every stage of relationship, from meeting strangers for the first time to staying in love years down the line...
About Roma and Alice
Roma has been working as a birthworker, mother of two, ritualkeeper, facilitator and Hand in Hand Parenting consultant since 2003. Roma is lit up by listening, connection, intimacy and community. Roma runs courses, workshops and retreats on parenting, birth, listening, intimacy and creativity. She is also a consultant for the acclaimed Arrigo Programme. Together with her colleague Alice Irving, Roma brings her unique approach to corporate wellness via Think Well at Work, to help organisations that want to integrate more connection-based practices.
Roma blogs and writes for publications like JUNO Magazine, The Practicing Midwife, Elephant Journal, Rebelle Society and Huffington Post. She consults internationally with individuals on parenting issues, birth preparation or resolution, and the impact of early trauma.
Alice Irving is a coach working on the link between embodiment, wellbeing and success. She explores how can we recover collectively from the industrialisation of learning and labour, and emerge into a new phase of playful sophistication. She believe we can unleash ourselves by harmonising who we must be externally with who we know ourselves to be internally. Emerging neuroscience gives us a doorway into uncharted levels of human excellence, while also bringing us home to the old wisdom of the body. It is her mission to help us connect: with ourselves, with each other, with the land we call home, and to build existence - commerce, polity, community and home - on the joy of being human.