Non-Verbal Awareness: Hakomi workshop in Toronto Oct. 4-6, 2013

NVA•Non-Verbal Communication expresses who we are, our present experience, our personal story, as well as what we expect and what we really need from each other. The learning is done experientially, using a quiet, calm state of mind, and doing Hakomi experiments to bring to consciousness the underlying meanings hidden in nonverbal expression (our own and others): facial expressions, bodily gestures, posture, tone of voice, energy, pacing, and other signals. This workshop is valuable for people in helping professions or service work, especially teachers, doctors, nurses, and social workers. It is also excellent support for parenting and other important relationships.

HAKOMI sees the body as a powerful entryway for bringing deeply held, emotionally charged memories and beliefs safely into awareness, where they can be experienced, evaluated and changed in supportive, beneficial and productive ways.

Location: Friday evening session, 6:30-9:00 –  50 Hillsboro Ave., #2106

Sat. and Sun. –  88 Prince Arthur Ave. (1 block from St. George subway)

Non-Verbal Awareness – $290
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