Couples Retreat - Creating Divine Partnership

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Couples Retreat - Creating Divine Partnership

Time: December 11, 2015 at 6pm to December 13, 2015 at 5pm
Location: Atlantis Gallery and Angel Valley
Street: 89A
City/Town: Sedona
Website or Map: http://SedonaRetreatForCouple…
Phone: 8057290515
Event Type: couples, retreat
Organized By: Daniel Posney
Latest Activity: Dec 23, 2015

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Re-ignite, re-kindle, shift and transform your romantic relationship and infuse it with joy, intimacy & sensuality.

Give your relationship the ultimate holiday gift! Join us for a weekend intensive, where you will learn empowering and effective communication tools, recreate trust and re-ignite your passion.

You will take your current relationship to the next level and beyond where you thought you could go. You will create a deeper level of intimacy with your partner, all while creating a connection with the sacred red rocks of Sedona.

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