By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
GOING on dates as a married couple can play a major part in keeping the spark alive. And even with the hustle and bustle of daily life, couples are encouraged by marriage counsellors to set some time aside to enjoy each other’s company and have fun together.
Knowing the struggle that married life sometimes brings, The Marriage Bed, an entity whose aim it is to restore and sustain the beauty of intimacy within marriage, is hosting a pre-Valentine’s Day event called Sensually Married.
The event will be held on February 7 in the Ocean View Room at Superclubs Breezes beginning 7pm.
The evening will entail sensual poetry – “The Art of Tease”, “How to Touch Your Wife” – a sensual dessert bar, a rap session by Dr Wayne Thompson, sensual play stations (one for each of the five senses), prizes and giveaways.
The Marriage Bed was created by Anishka Culmer, who is joined by her husband Phil Culmer and a team of individuals who are dedicated to the cause of building lasting relationships, The Marriage Bed takes a unique approach to stimulating intimacy in and out of the bedroom.
“The purpose of the event is to rekindle and fan the flames of desire within the marriages of our guests by reshaping the way they think about sensuality,” Mrs Culmer told Tribune Weekend.
“The Marriage Bed is all about saving and changing marriages for the better. Sensually Married is yet another avenue we’ve created to help with this mission. Guests will learn what true intimacy is and how to translate it into sensuality.”
Sometimes a marriage can lose its spark because a couple simply does not know enough when it comes to intimacy and how to go about keeping it alive.
“Knowledge is power. We believe in educating our couples so that they have the tools to build a better marriage. Sensually Married will help with that,” Mrs Culmer said.
She hopes couples are inspired to take their love life to the next level after attending the event.