School of Love
Can we learn how to love?
Over many years in our marriage and our work we realized that learning how to love is a much needed skill. It is not only crucial for couples but for all lovers of life, at work, with friends, and in our personal growth.
“Love isn't something natural. Rather it requires discipline, concentration, patience, faith, and the overcoming of narcissism. It isn't a feeling, it is a practice.”
― Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving
That’s why we started the School of Love Berlin as an academy for a new age of enlightenment in relationships. Here among other projects we started coaching strong couples, who are committed to love one another, and who want to invest into their love relationship before it is too late. Curious? Check out our free podcasts, or just dare to hit this incredibly big and red button to book a first Mentoring with us (reduced price for you as a starter).
We mentor strong couples who want to invest into their relationship with a new program we developed:
training communication, respect an awareness
defining the sacred space of lovers
understanding our basic human needs
learning how to think and act constructively
evaluating personal and family roles
discovering the laws of attraction between a man and a women
and creating a vision for love, a storyline of our life together.
Our love mentoring is a personal coaching with lots of our own experience, expertise and a limited number of customers. Check out our lovinars!
Yeah, yeah! It has nothing to do with therapy.
In 8 sessions and 12-24 weeks we take our couples through our programme, give them personalized feedback and homework, we make sure they experience transformation in many areas of their love, and release them with a new vision and new rhythms for their life long love.
Our unique love mentoring can be booked in English or German.
We are writers, artists, social entrepreneurs, have raised two stunning kids, founded the Sharehaus, lived on three continents and see Berlin, this town rich in failure and new beginnings, as our home town and place of work, family and friends.
To love, Elke Naters and Sven Lager
Love and life need growth. Discomfort is a good sign as Dr. Abraham Twerski describes beautifully in this short video clip: