Spiritually Practical Tools for Relationships

Sometimes relationships are the most
frustrating, challenging, repeptive events
when most of us want joy, peace, and connection.

You’ve probably read the books, attended the training, tried meditation or yoga -AND- still feel there’s something missing.

This offering is a proactive indigenous Medicine Way that fills in the holes energetically to our society’s mental approach to problem solving.

This is more than learning on the mental level
hoping to create change by understanding why.
It includes all aspects – Mental, Emotional, Physical, & Spiritual.

This Medicine Way teaches us how to truly shift our energy around limiting beliefs or repeating patterns, so there is a transformation inside of us on the energetic, physical, mental, and emotional levels.


What to Expect:

  • Stop acting like your parents in relationships
  • Reduce upset, name calling, and miscommunication
  • Experience more real, pleasing connection in your relationships

Some of our best spiritual awakenings
come through relationships.

Hal Robinson

has been sharing with people for over 40 years how to find spiritual solutions to life’s everyday issues and challenges.

He is a teacher, author and public speaker. He has a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (M.R.C.) and is a certified Gestalt Psychotherapist. This Medicine Way we use is aboriginal from the Americas.

– Reserve Your Seat –

Send Your Deposit by:
Feb. 20th, 2022

Total Cost: $275
Deposit: $150

Mail Checks to:
Dancing Bear Teaching Lodge
P.O. Box 294477
Kerrville, TX 78029

*Frequently Asked Questions are Below


Hal has done more for me in 3 sessions than therapy has done for me my entire adult life. In just a few visits I have found peace and joy. Life has a future purpose for me beyond pain and sorrow. Hal’s quiet manner and confidence in what he teaches brings me to a place where I have become more positive about my choices. He assists me in changing my weaknesses to strengths.

Sherrie K.



I’ve learned how to be a better father and am more aware of the behaviors I demonstrate to them. My first action as a parent is to correct them and teach them. But in reality, what I end up realizing is it is not them who needs fixing. They learned it from me. I end up teaching myself through this process.

Mike B.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Do we need to be in a relationship to attend?

Short answer – No.
This orientation is applicable to all relationships – not just lovers – and can benefit all types of relationships – parent/child, spouses, boss/employees/colleagues, annoying neighbor.

If we’re in a couple do both of us need to be at the workshop for it to be effective?

Short answer – No.
A lot can be gained with one person attending, and sometimes we may give ourselves more freedom to learn without our partner watching. Yet there’s great potential in learning together.