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Georgia couple offers home gatherings, retreats and virtual classes to help couples add more spice to their love lives and build healthier, happier relationships.
Kennebrew challenges couples to ignore our society’s anti-touch demonstrations and allow their creativity to assist them with painting touch masterpieces that enhance bonding and intimacy. After closing her Art of Touch Studio in Detroit, MI last winter she wondered how she would continue her work in a new market and with a limited budget and that’s when The Art of Touch Virtual Class was born. Since relocating to Atlanta, GA, 50-year old Versandra Kennbrew has been invited by Facebook friends to teach The Art of Touch in Miami Beach, Florida and she will teach Atlanta couples poolside at The Ayers Estate in Douglasville, September 13, 2014 during the Soul Mate Series Retreat.
“Teaching the art of touch to couples as a single woman always felt kind of weird, but I felt called to this work and to couples who were suffering from touch deprivation. Who would have thought that I would meet my fiancé at an Art of Touch Workshop and that together we would be helping couples spice up their love life? We both enjoy being healthy lifestyle influences and this is one of our programs that allow us to work together, hand in hand,” says Versandra.
This video introduces the Art of Touch to couples who want to speak the language of love with their hands but be ware; the actual workshop puts a lot of emphasis on the fact that loving, nurturing touch is not a prelude to sex but to intimacy and healing. Versandra and Akhenaten believe that when couples understand the importance of being there for one another to help sweep away the stresses of life, they build bonds that transcend the physical and that last for a lifetime.
For more information about The Art of Touch Virtual Class and to download the free e-book, visit www.versandrakennebrewintl.com/
Versandra Kennebrew Intl.
Page Updated Last on: Aug 16, 2014