Imagine what life would be like if you feel clear, confident and comfortable being 100% YOU in all of your interactions with people.
Essential Intimacy is a structured, safe, playful gathering designed to help you pierce beneath the "how's the weather" conversation and get real about your truths, your desires, your fears, and what brings you to life.
Join us for an evening of authentic connection games that invite you to play with a group of open-minded individuals as you open and share the Real You.
Each game is designed to invite you dive or tip toe into intimacy at whatever pace feels good to you, knowing that you are held by a group of people all desiring to experience more connection and fulfillment in their relationships.
Structure of the Evening:
5:00-5:15pm - Arrive, Settle & Connect
5:15-6:45pm - Begin Essential Intimacy Games
6:45-7:00pm - Close the Circle & Connect
You are welcome to show up as you are, in your beauty, in your mess, in your intense emotions, knowing that all of YOU is invited to the experience.
Once we start living from this place of total permission for who we are, all of our relationships transform in ways we couldn't have before imagined.
You'll leave the evening with tools and practices to create deeper levels of intimacy in all of your relationships, along with a bunch of new connections with people who value authenticity.
This event is free to the community.
Important: Please arrive on time. We begin at 5:15pm and don't allow late entry in order to preserve the intimacy of the group.
Arielle Brown is an Intimacy Coach & Educator with 8 years of experience supporting individuals and couples in creating fulfilling relationships by releasing outdated belief systems about what it means to be in relationship. She is an expert in teaching vulnerable communication skills that support people in connecting on a core level to their unique desires and purpose, so that they can craft relationship containers that support their fullest expression.
Her group facilitation, workshops, and consulting focus on creating safe spaces for individuals to explore revealing deeper aspects of their essential self in community. Learning how to stay connected to who we are and what we value while being open and receptive to the people and perspectives that exist around us, so that we can create empowered and progressive community dynamics.
To learn more, visit www.ariellebrown.com.