Robyn Vogel, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist, certified sex coach sex educator, and creator of Come Back To Love, Inc®. She helps couples and individuals find love again by teaching them how to master the skills of intimacy and the art of living a life filled with love, no matter what.

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Robyn Vogel, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist, certified sex coach sex educator, and creator of Come Back To Love, Inc®. She helps couples and individuals find love again by teaching them how to master the skills of intimacy and the art of living a life filled with love, no matter what.

In her practice, Robyn marries traditional psychological principles with spiritual tantric philosophy and practice. She teaches couples and individuals how to master the skills of intimacy and come back to love. Those that are struggling in relationship, feeling lost around love, and deeply craving purposeful and passionate connection gain much insight and healing in their work with Robyn.

For 15 years Robyn has been teaching and practicing tantra as a foundational meditation practice that grounds her clients from within, removes obstacles to loving deeply and teaches all aspects of healthy sustainable relationship.

Robyn facilitates a bi-monthly tantra workshop in the Boston area, leads weekend retreats and tantra vacations in tropical places. In 2015, she co-led a clinical course for therapists with Charlie Verge called Helping Couples Connect.

Robyn has recently been recognized by the Boston Globe as an expert in her field. She is author of the upcoming book, The Power of Puja: An Intimate Journey to the Heart.

Robyn Vogel Show Notes

Contact:
Come Back to Love

Questions:
What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
What did you do for Marriott?
What do you do now?
Do you have people coming from all over the country or is it basically from the Massachusetts area?
I know you went to school for nutrition, did you also go to school for this other thing?
When you decided to leave your job at Marriott, was it scary?
When did you decide to leave that portion of what you did?
Once you started your business, what was the most successful idea that you implemented for it?
What is your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
After you began, is there anything that catapulted you to the next level of your business?
How important was it for you to have someone who could coach you?
Did you wake up and think, ‘Oh, I need a coach because . . . ?
What is the most important advice you’ve gotten from somebody?
Is there any advice you could give to someone who is just starting out in their own venture?
How did you get over the thought of forcing friends and family to have to do something just because I asked them?
What is the most surprising thing you’ve discovered once you started your endeavor?

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