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When: Saturday, February 15th
Where: Satya Yoga Studio
Cost: $45 per couple receive $5 off if you pre register by February 10th. There is limited space so you must pre register.
What couple doesn’t need a night out on the town?
Come join Faith Sartori, LMFT to learn a few tips on how to make your relationship stronger by utilizing concepts from the research based Gottman Method. We will briefly go over the “friendship” base items that make up the Sound Relationship House and engage in some fun activities to connect with your partner utilizing the concepts. We will be ending the evening with a dance lesson from Nick Lenz to further connect with your partner and get your “groove” on. Appetizers and light refreshments are included in the cost of this event. The evening will not only give you some tips on how to enhance your relationship but also provide an opportunity for connection through dancing. No prior dance experience necessary.
More information on your presenters:
Faith Sartori, MA, LMFT, RYT200
Faith Sartori is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapy Therapist. She provides couples, family, and individual therapy in a private practice setting. She has completed Level 1 & 2 in the Gottman Method. Along with being a trained leader for the 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work and The Bringing Baby Home program. Faith has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years and more specifically with couple’s since graduating from Seton Hill University in 2008. Come learn ways to enhance your relationship wherever you are in your journey!
Nick Lenz is a Resident Teaching Artist at Stage Right! School for the Performing Arts and Professional Theatre Company where he teaches classes in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Pointe, Acting, and Preparation for Auditions. After 15 years of dance training at Stage Right and Pittsburgh Musical Theatre, Nick attended Shenandoah Conservatory where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre. Since graduating, Nick has brought arts education and advocacy to Greensburg and its surrounding areas through instruction and performance. Come and get your “Dirty Dancing” on with Nick!