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Six Dimensions of Love and Intimacy Boulder Longmont Colorado couples retreats and marriage therapy

The Six Dimensions of Love

Supporting organizations and groups in
creating a firm foundation of relatedness

Designed specifically for churches, synagogues, mosques, schools and other groups committed to the health and well-being of couples and families.

Our expectations for our relationships are higher than ever. This makes it much more challenging and, potentially, much more rewarding to be in a successful relationship. The six ancient classical definitions of love are still relevant today. This program provides:


  • Help and support for couples

  • Beneficial for all relationships

  • Support your spiritual mission

  • Participants will master communication practices proven to significantly improve all relationships and interactions

  • Enhance the social fabric and culture of your community

Offered as two half-days or one full day workshop. We are open to discussing whatever financial arrangements are a best fit for your community. Tuition is typically $100 per couple for the entire program with 10-20 couples attending.

We donate half the proceeds back to the sponsoring organization.

Michael and Robin truly are masters. They complement each other beautifully. Each of them can stand on their own, but as a team they are dynamic. Outstanding clarity, presenting, knowledge of material, support and coaching.

—Author and therapist

Your humor and compassion, presence and authenticity have created trust and filled each session with warmth, care and courage.

—Office manager

Colorado friendship
Colorado fun and play
Boulder passion
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Longmont enduring love
Longmont mission statement and values


Sweet righteous companionship—the love and support of a loyal friend. Knowing I can pour out my heart to you, letting you see me as I am, knowing that you will be there for me.

  • Learn to overcome moments of alienation and separation quickly

  • Create a life that nurtures both of your needs for support

  • Celebrate and nurture the best of your connection


Enjoying light-hearted, energizing and renewing times, having fun together. Experiencing each other as sources of entertainment and delight—laughing, dancing, playing, finding humor and good times.

  • Put more fun and play in your life

  • Make everyday activities more enjoyable, even when—especially when—times are challenging

  • Investigate how to build in the kinds of high times and recreation that re-create you and keep you fresh​


Sexual passion and erotic desire—physical and emotional intimacy. Increasing your sensual experience with generosity and open communication about needs and desires.

  • Investigate how to keep the energy and excitement growing—there is no need to lose this with time

  • The surprisingly simple and enjoyable activity that keep things fresh and allows you to constantly rediscover each other

  • The three ways to use your bodies in service of growth and an emotionally nourishing relationship


Maintaining your health and well-being, physically, emotionally, spiritually. Self-love in the sense that being emotionally and psychologically healthy, also self-aware and solid in your sense of self-worth, is important to being able to fully love others.

  • Master four simple, but effective techniques for staying calm and present, even under stress

  • Leverage your partner's perceptions of you into increased self-awareness and self-esteem

  • Define and embrace the practices that leave you at your best


The essential pragmatism, acceptance and consideration that can develop in long term relationships. The willingness to adapt, show patience and tolerance. Being able to work with differences and resolve conflicts. The ability and desire to get along with dignity and respect.

  • Overcome the need for resignation and stoicism by expressing your needs effectively and generating a context of goodwill

  • Let go of any lingering judgments, grudges and resentments, so you can be fully present

  • Reinforce the emotional richness and depth, the trust and respect that develop over time​


A sense of shared mission—a connection to some greater purpose or calling. A commitment to service, community and giving back.

  • Inspire yourselves as you get clear on your shared values and mission

  • Define and commit to a life of purpose and meaning

  • Make sure your life is in service to and fulfilling your ideals and core commitments

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