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Intro to Authentic Relating Workshop
For both beginners and seasoned Authentic Relaters.

Join us for a dose of authentic connection.


Do you want more meaningful connections in your life?

It's no exaggeration, heart-felt connection is good for your health. And yet, we're not often taught how to relate to others in a deep and meaningful way. So much of what we see around us is small talk and surface-level interactions.

If you find yourself wondering if there's more available I'm here to tell you: there is!


Join us for this interactive workshop where you'll be introduced to a concept that will help you foster more meaningful connections in your life.


You'll also have the opportunity to meet & connect with new friends - right at the workshop by being guided through a simple connection activity!


Come learn some new skills, gain a new perspective, and meet some new friends at this intro workshop.

‣ If you’re tired of small talk and mundane conversation…

‣ If you want to connect in a way that leaves you feeling recharged…

‣ If you’re craving more depth in your relationships…

‣ If you want to meet some amazing people who prioritize self growth…


This workshop is for you!

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Join us on:

Sat. Mar 30th

In this 2-hour workshop, we will introduce and explore the practice of Authentic Relating.


The group will be led through a series of carefully crafted and expertly guided authentic relating activities designed to make connecting meaningful and easeful.

This workshop is designed for beginners of the practice, though those who are experienced are welcome to join, too!


If you are experienced in practice already, you might also enjoy our 1-Day Workshop.

Come play, be inspired, make new friends, and discover how nourishing it can be in connection with other conscious humans.

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⚠️Warning ⚠️

Side effects of Authentic Relating may include:

  • Heightened Self Awareness

  • A Sense of Inner Peace

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Increased Empathy

  • Piqued Curiosity

  • Listening Skills

  • Greater Joy

  • Playfulness

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What past participants are saying:

“I enjoyed enlightening conversations with new people in a safe place.” 


“Being there was amazing! Hearing other people's stories and finally realizing I'm not alone,  gave me that sense of connection I was seeking.  I had never done anything like that and I was afraid I was gonna be too scared to share, but your guidance made everything smooth.” 


“It pushes you out of your comfort zone, keeps you sharp and teaches you how to be present to yourself and others.”

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Event Details

Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

When & Where:

Saturday, March 30th, 1:00pm-3:00pm - Circle of Miracles (Doylestown, PA)

COVID Protocol: We will be in close contact during this workshop, this won't be a socially distanced event. We invite you to take whatever precautions you feel you need for your own health and safety. 

If as of 1 week before the workshop, you or anyone in your household has flu-like symptoms, tested positive for COVID or been exposed to anyone who has, please stay home.


Investment: $25

If finances are preventing you from joining us, a scholarship may be available.


This workshop is being led by: 


Rachel Whitworth considers herself a “connection catalyst”. That is, she has devoted her life to bringing people together and teaching them how to co-create more meaningful connection.

She regularly leads a number of connection workshops and classes in the Philadelphia area for making new friends, dating, as well as opportunities to explore deeper platonic connections.

She received her Authentic Leadership training by The Connection Movement (NYC). She is also certified in The Relational Inquiry Method by The Connection Institute (Boston) and a Certified Mediator by the Living Peace Institute (Philadelphia).

“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it's having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it's our greatest measure of courage.” - Brene Brown

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