Join N Life for our monthly #RelationshipGoals Marriage Workshop with husband and wife team, Dr Muslimah Ali and Tariq Najee-ullah!
TOPIC: The Practice of Touch and Movement to Improve Intimacy
Tariq and Dr Ali will introduce couples to connectedness through movement and touch. They have designed an interactive workshop that will teach the benefits of non sexual touch and guide couples through seated connectivity exersizes, light cardio, balancing, and relaxation/stretching. Couples can expect to leave the workshop feeling a deeper connection with their spouse.
1. A partner
2. Two Yoga Mats
3. Comfortable clothes that allow movement
4. An open mind and positive attitude
*As always, refreshments will be provided but feel free to bring a water bottle or your favorite hydration beverage.*
ABOUT THE NAJEE-ULLAHS AND FIT & HEALTHY YOU
Tariq Najee-ullah is community leader and inter-faith educator. Dr. Muslimah 'Ali Najee-ullah, Ph.D. is a trained anatomist and neuroscientist, and the founder of Fit and Healthy You with Dr. 'Ali (FNHY).Fit & Healthy You offers everyday tips and tidbits on a lifestyle EVOLUTION of being fit AND healthy in ALL aspects of life- physically, mentally, financially, and socially. FHNY is an online platform of health, fitness, and nutrition tips- including dates and times of ZUMBA and group exercise classes, personal exercise diary, as well as healthy and delicious recipes.
Be FIT. Be HEALTHY. Be YOU!!
Check out www.fitandhealthyyou.com for additional information, complete articles, and product giveaways :-)
"God created us with hundreds of thousands of microscopic nerve endings in our skin designed to sense and benefit from a loving touch. A tender touch tells us that we are cared for. It can calm our fears, soothe pain, bring us comfort, or give us the blessed satisfaction of emotional security. As adults, touching continues to be a primary means of communicating with those we love, whether we are conscious of it or not. Our need for a caring touch is normal and healthy and we will never outgrow it."