Central Coast relationship and intimacy expert and author Diana Anderson will speak to couples at the University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St., on how to “Re-ignite Love and Desire” from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 5.
While enjoying complimentary wine, fruit and cheese, couples will enjoy interactive experiences and hear Anderson explain how quality conversation and intimacy bring couples closer than ever and initiate a more passionate, lasting connection. A$10 donation per couple is suggested.
For the past 20 years, Anderson has worked with committed couples, who have been together for at least a year, to help them improve their intimacy. She is the author of three books on the topic.
“Bring the one you adore for a night of arousing exchange you will always remember,” Anderson said. “I will create a night of experiencing connection and attraction.” Reservations are required by Oct. 25. Seating is limited. Contact Anderson at (208) 938-3818 or RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest speaker and professional jeweler Calla Gold will share thoughts about the symbols that imbue the energy of adoration.
“Intimacy is one of the best parts of life,” Anderson says. “If people made physical bonding a priority, the world would be a happier place.”
Anderson helps couples build trust, communication skills and mutual respect. She says quality intimacy is important for everyone.
“I believe it will change the world,” said Anderson who attended Boise State University and is the mother of three daughters. “Making love opens the heart and reduces anger. It is an excellent release of emotions, much more productive than lashing out.”
About Diana Anderson
Originally from Idaho, Anderson has written a series of three books on how women can enjoy quality intimacy with their partner. She also has some advice for men.
Anderson says she can help women get in touch with their femininity. “We celebrate women being masculine, when their real power lies in their feminine strengths, which is wakened through sexual pleasure,” she says.
“Intimacy and sexuality are very personal matters, she writes in “Your Secret Chamber,” one of her books. “Not everyone is willing to open up and discuss or read about this subject. Choose this material wisely. I have no desire to be offensive or vulgar to anyone. My goal is to open you up to the beautiful, expressive being that you are.”
She said her hope is that her books “will sit in the night stand at your home and will be referred back to many times so that you can go back through the book and try new things.” She said, “There is something in my heart that compels me to teach people about the value of profound, loving relationships. I’ve experienced deep, intimate love and I recognize the value of knowing someone with passion, connection, great physical pleasure and intimacy so powerful that the world disappears and all that is left is infinite love. It is this experience that I teach others how to achieve.”
Anderson says her mission is clear. “I feel very much called to this work,” she said.