Level 1: Love is a Miracle is a residential weekend workshop for anyone interested in having more love and intimacy in your life. Communication and connection are keys to love, intimacy and sexuality. Imagine being safely and gently guided to connect deeply and profoundly, first with yourself, and then—as you choose—with others, in an honest, supportive, and open-hearted environment.
Join us for this fabulous personal growth experience, where you will be invited to:
♥ Remove blocks to intimacy, expanding your ability to give and receive love
♥ Be your authentic self and create the life you’ve always wanted
♥ Improve your body image and your self-esteem
♥ Make the right relationship choices for you
♥ Ask for what you want in your relationships
♥ Increase the depth and intimacy in all your relationships
♥ Embrace your sexuality as a special—and sacred—part of your life
Regardless of your history, relationship status, sexual preference or orientation, Love is a Miracle can give you tools for long-lasting happiness. HAI welcomes adults of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identity.
“ The most liberating workshop I have ever attended. I feel totally at choice and free. I actually feel more intimate with people on an everyday level and I understand my sexuality much more.”
CANCELLATION AND TRANSFER POLICY
To cancel/transfer your registration, TELEPHONE—do not email—the HAI business office at 707-981-7886.
Once you are confirmed in a workshop, your deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE, and is TRANSFERABLE for a fee.
♥ $75 fee for changes made 2 WEEKS OR MORE before your workshop.
♥ $200 fee for changes made LESS THAN 2 WEEKS before your workshop.
♥ All monies paid are FORFEITED once the workshop begins.
If you need an accommodation to attend a HAI event, contact your local HAI Office at least ten (10) days before the event and inform them of the nature of the disability and your needs. In the case of events held in private homes, additional time may be required. No pets of any kind are allowed, with the exception of trained Service Animals as defined by the ADA. Service Animals, such as Guide Dogs/Seizure Dogs/Hearing Dogs are trained to perform specific tasks and are working animals, not pets. Therapy Dogs and Emotional Support Dogs, specifically, are not Service Animals.