The Social Presencing Theater by her creator, Arawana Hayashi
Social Presencing Theater is an embodied method for change created by the Presencing Institute, under the direction of Arawana Hayashi, that enables individuals and groups to make their current situations visible, reflect on their potentials and blind spots, and allow them to move into a saner more compassionate future.
Part 1 : Social Presencing Theater Basics: A two day introductory program into the basic practices of Social Presencing Theater
Part 2 : Social Presencing Theater – Village Intensive : A one day deepening of the practice of the Village
UZAZU, Dynamic Embodiment Training with Dylan Newcomb
Learn simple, embodiment practices that quickly connect you more deeply to yourself and to others, and empower you to show up more fully in the flow of life.
For the first time in Europe in 6 years, UZAZU Founder Dylan Newcomb
This two-day intensive with Embodiment Trainer and UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment founder Dylan Newcomb is a unique opportunity to learn and experience a powerful and imminently ‘useful’ approach to embodiment.
Dynamic Embodiment is about de/re-conditioning yourself more fully available to respond—ease-fully, joyfully, and effectively—to the specific qualities of the present moment.
The Power of Beneficent Intention
with Corky Quakenbush
with Corky Quakenbush
Diffusing conflicts through embodying the power of beneficent intention.
“We need to wrap our enemy in our heart” O. Sensei Ueshiba
This workshop is experiential and the learning happens directly through your body. This makes understanding immediate and the outcome spectacular.
Corky Quakenbush teachings use somatic intelligence (the experience of self through the unification of body and spirit).
Simple movements done in pairs allow you to feel what’s happening with you in conflict situations you encounter in your daily life.
These movements are inspired by the practice of Aikido, which anyone can do.
Role-play allows you to adapt the exercises to situations current in your daily life, particularly professional.
‘Who is this workshop for?’
The workshop is for everyone, particularly those who want to develop an embodied and respectful leadership and who count kindness as a guiding principle but know how much of a distance there can be between what we say and what we are.
It’s not necessary to practice Aikido, although those who do will gain complementary benefits, which will enrich and transform their practice.
Presentation text inspired by “The Power of Beneficent Intention for Conflict resolution” by Olivier Gourmet Copyright 2014-2015, Systeic sa The Focusing Center. All rights reserved.