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Snapshots from Pop-up Couples Workshop & Date Night

Published:Monday | August 5, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Presenters at the Pop-up Couples Workshop and Date Night (from left) Dave Williams, GIS manager, Jamaica Public Service; Felecia Williams, life coach; Michelle O’Conner, business strategist; and Andrew O’Conner, client partnership manager, JMMB.
Contributed Photos New York-based certified international health and life coach, Latoya Morgan, encourages couples to work together to keep their relationship strong.
Newly engaged couple Traci-Ann Wood and Shayne Addision enjoyed quality time together as they participated in the activities at the Pop-up Couple’s Workshop and Date Night, held recently at Broken Plate Restaurant.
Pop-up Couples Workshop and Date Night host Felecia Williams (centre) shares a moment with Julien Francis (left) and Cleon Francis at the interactive cooking session.
Shaniek Robinson (left) and Javon Robinson share their perspective on conflict resolution in marriage
From left: Javon Robinson and Shaniek Robinson, David Panton and Kimberly Coke Panton enjoy a glass of wine and good conversation.

Relationships are hard work and couples often need help with the challenging work of keeping the romance alive and standing by their commitment to a partner. That was the inspiration for the Pop-up Couples Workshop and Date Night held recently at the Broken Plate Restaurant, 20 Canberra Crescent.

The event was hosted by internationally certified purpose coach, Felecia Williams, and United States-based life and wellness coach, Latoya Morgan. Williams and Morgan were inspired to stage the event for a second year, after seeing the positive response from couples who sat the first event held in 2018.

This event included an interactive meal preparation session with Chef Damion Stewart (co-owner of Broken Plates Restaurant), networking, panel discussions, and a special presentation from Coach Latoya. The topics discussed covered everything from knowing that he or she is ‘the one’ to uncovering misconceptions to conflict resolution.