Experience the Love and Intimacy You’ve Always Dreamed of!
Live workshops and online programs for couples, singles, parents, students, professionals and entrepreneurs—looking for bringing lasting fulfillment into their lives, relationships and work.
Join us at TantraNova to learn how to expand joy, pleasure, and creativity in your life and relationships.
In a safe, respectful, and joyous (no nudity) environment, you will be introduced to cutting-edge principles and inspiring practices that will bring deep love and intimacy into your life. Explore the wisdom of Tantra Yoga, also called the Yoga of Love, and feel intimately alive and in an ever present state of love.
What you can expect from participating:
- Greater joy & pleasure
- Deeper intimate connection
- Feeling your creative spark
- Experiencing lasting love
- Fulfillment in all areas of your life
- Enjoying sexual satisfaction
- Tantric bliss
“Reconnecting with myself and my husband was delightful and renewing. I experienced a deep sense of being cared for and honored as a woman. The retreat allowed us to enjoy our love for each other on a whole new level.” Leanne, Mother & Homemaker
“This couples retreat opened for me new ways of connecting and listening to my wife resulting in a rekindled sense of joy and fulfillment. Consequently, experiencing greater happiness at home and in relationship with Leanne has had a direct impact on my leadership effectiveness and success in my business and with my management team.” Stefan, Managing Director
About Elsbeth & Freddy Zental
Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver are the bestselling authors of Sexual Enlightenment and the founders/directors of the TantraNova Institute in Chicago, IL, USA.
They have assisted more than ten thousand couples and singles in rekindling and expanding their love and relationships over the past decade.
Internationally renowned workshop leaders, relationship and intimacy coaches and certified Tantra Yoga teachers, they produced the bestselling DVD series “Creating Intimacy & Love” and were featured on Showtime’s documentary series “Sexual Healing” and the Emmy Award Winning NBC show “Starting Over.”
Elsbeth and Freddy Zental are on the faculty at Esalen, Big Sur, CA, and at Kripalu, Stockbridge, MA. They lead couple retreats for CEOs and their spouses through the Young Presidents Organization, YPO & WPO, receiving highest marks and recognition for results and outcomes produced.
As sought after speakers they have presented at Loyola University, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Illinois Association for Marriage & Family Therapy, The American School of Professional Psychology of Argosy University, and Bodhi Spiritual Center.
Wishing to prepare yourself for a life event with Dr. E and Freddy Z or unable to join them in person at this time, then do take advantage of their Home Study Course available as a 3-Disc Set or instant download and their revolutionary book on Sexual Enlightenment.
“In this guidebook for sexual awareness and enjoyment, the authors deliver narrative stories and explanations to help demystify sex and bring depth and meaning to readers’ sexual lives….An informed, dynamic exploration of sexual history and energy.” ~ Kirkus Review
Get a taste of the book by taking a look at this trailer:
TantraNova is an educational and coaching company dedicated to health and well-being in the areas of relationship, love, intimacy and fulfillment. The company was founded by Dr. Elsbeth Meuth and Freddy Zental Weaver in 2001 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL, USA.
TantraNova uses techniques, practices and approaches that produce shifts at the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels to create a greater sense of freedom and joy, increased capacity for listening and deeper intimacy, fuller self-expression and expanded creativity and pleasure first in oneself and then in one’s relationships.
The efficacy of Dr. Elsbeth Meuth’s and Freddy Zental Weaver’s work is captured in the 2009 doctor of psychology research thesis The Impact of Tantra on Couples’ Intimacy and Sexual Experience by Meredith E. McMahon of The American School of Professional Psychology of Argosy University, Chicago.