New Queen’s Code book club starting
March 20, 2017
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What: Queen’s Code Book Club
Who: Facilitated by Maeve Fry of Relationship Igniters
When: Beginning Monday, April 3, 7-9 pm
Where: The Inner Path Yoga Center, 200 Commercial Street, Nevada City
Discount for early online pre-registration: $200 if paid online by March 27.
To register, please go to http://www.RelationshipIgniters.com/workshops
Email Maeve at maeve@RelationshipIgniters.com
Call 530-613-6833 for more information
An eight-week class series and book club to explore The Queen's Code by Alison Armstrong starts 7 to 9 p.m. April 3 at Inner Path Yoga Studio, 200 Commercial St., Nevada City.
The book club, facilitated by relationship counselor Maeve Fry, costs $220 ($20 discount if paid online by March 27).
"I will lead the class through an exploration of the principles of the Queen's Code," Fry said. "It's a life-changing experience of what empowered partnership can be."
Written in fictional novel style, The Queen's Code describes a code of honor among women that transforms their relationship to themselves and all men in their lives.
"Learning simple, but powerful, approaches for more fulfilling relationships with men, all the while, feeling more empowered and alive as a woman," Fry said. "Gaining the understanding needed to get what we want from men naturally, leading them to treat women with the respect, devotion and honor we desire and deserve."
According to Fry, women who have taken the Queen's Code classes report "miracles" in their relationships with men.
"They say things like, 'I don't believe it, but he actually told me what he was feeling,' or 'He just couldn't do enough for me,' and 'He even revealed his intimate life story to me,' just because I used the Queen's Code Listening Technique," she said.
To register, visit http://relationshipigniters.com/living-the-queens-code-book-club.html.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 530-613-6833.
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