Does your story sound like this:
"I can’t feel their heart"
"We’ve lost our passion or connection"
"We no longer trust each other"
"There must be something more"
There is more
There is a way to go deeper in your relationship
even after many years of partnership
There is a way to create passion
There is a way to move past old stories and heal old hurts
There is a way
You were simply never taught what to do to keep a relationship vibrant and alive.
You were never taught how to let go of your shame for having needs and desires.
You were never taught that it was ok to want something more than a best friend.
whether on their own or with their partner, often work with me on:
Boundary Creating and Celebrating
Trust Building and Rebuilding
Nervous System Regulating
Limiting Belief Breaking
Drawing from over 30 years of working with individuals and couples
as they navigated the ups and downs of their lives
(and stumbling through plenty of my own ups and downs as well)
my approach blends modern theories of coaching and relationship science
with an alchemy of mysticism, tantra and mussar
placing a special emphasis on
embodied practices, breathwork and conscious conversations
In our sessions together, expect to
activate your nervous system
work through your triggers
be lovingly and sharply held
Private coaching sessions are held by phone, on Zoom and in person
Our private sessions allow for the ultimate in depth and intimacy
During our time together,
we will explore old stories and habitual responses
that may be keeping you from growing in your relationships
in your profession
and in your sense of self
We will rebuild trust that may have been broken
and not just do things to appear trustable
but retrain your nervous system to become trustable
We will sharpen your integrity
We will meet your shadows and taboos in a healthy way
that will benefit you and your partner
in your current or next relationship.
We will activate sexual energies that we naturally embody
but were taught to ignore
And we will practice new patterns of communication
that will change the way you connect with others.
Leslie and I do this praise practice every day and it continues to deepen our relationship.
Me: I praise Leslie for how she shows up, who she is being, or what she does, though I try to broaden it so it’s not a thank you for something she’s done for me.
Leslie: She lets my words settle in to not just hear them but to also feel them land in her body. She might respond with a thank you or it might lead to a whole beautiful conversation.
Me: “What else can I praise you for?”
Leslie: This is sometimes super hard to voice if we aren’t feeling praiseworthy at the moment. If she cannot come up with anything, I simply wait until she does.
Leslie: “I’d like you to praise me for…”
Ted: I then respond using her words and adding my own embellishment to show that I not only heard her request, but I also see that place that is worthy of praise.