Date(s) - February 10, 2017 - February 12, 2017
Richard Borofsky, Ed.D., and Antra Kalnins Borofsky, Ed.M., are the founders and directors of the Center for the Study of Relationship in Cambridge, Mass, where they provide therapy and workshops for couples. Antra has been a marriage and family therapist, and Richard a clinical psychologist for more than 35 years. They are both longtime Zen students and are contributing authors to Right Here With You: Bringing Mindful Awareness into Our Relationships; Joyful Wedding; Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy; and On Intimate Ground: A Gestalt Approach to Working with Couples.
Antra and Rich Borofsky
You and your loved one are invited to join us this holiday weekend to celebrate, renew, and deepen your love.
Love is the ultimate renewable resource, sustaining itself by continually deepening – becoming ever more mindful, trusting, resilient, playful, compassionate, and wise. This weekend you’ll learn several elegantly simple practices to help you celebrate your love, connect under any conditions, strengthen trust, open your hearts, and transform hurts, losses, and fears into a deeper loving. You’ll practice abiding together in the present moment, meeting each other in truth and mutuality, and expanding your compassion to include whatever is unloved in yourselves.
The Borofskys are master teachers of the art of loving, together as a couple for 45 years. They create a loving and safe environment, ample enough to hold the whole human truth of who you both are – your strengths, your vulnerabilities, your fears, your faith, your doubts, and your courage. This retreat includes humor and movement as well as talks, meditations, demonstrations, experiential exercises, and group sharing. Open to all couples – straight or gay, young or old, married or unmarried – whether you have previously worked with the Borofskys or not.
Registration are closed for this event.