Friday, 20 Jul 2012 - Sunday, 22 Jul 2012
This unique weekend offers therapists, practitioners and carers of all disciplines the opportunity to reflect on their practice, themselves and their mission. We will come together in a safe, nurturing environment to be truly ourselves, letting go into a deeper stillness within and making room to experience more effective ways of being in personal and professional contexts. We will access and express things, known and unknown, through chanting, simple movement, voice exploration and sharing. New ways of meeting and responding to the challenges of the therapeutic life will be presented through experiencing a range of cutting-edge NLP-derived tools. Suitable for CPD.
Julia MacDonald and Megan Selby
Single £224 shared £194 non-residential £154
Julia is a teacher and trainer and has worked in organisations as diverse as The Royal Navy, 6th form colleges and schools. For the past 3 years she has worked as an Advanced Lightning Process Practitioner, Master NLP practitioner, hypnotherapist and life coach. She is passionate about using her skills to enable others to find ways of creating change in their lives, both personally and professionally. She is contributing to the Findhorn Into Christ Consciousness gathering at Findhorn Easter, 2012.
She works with individuals, small and large groups in Cornwall and Scotland. Her own inspiring journey out of 9 years of severe ME into health continues to inform her practice. Her experience as a practitioner has led her to co-create this workshop with Megan, to give other practitioners what she would benefit from herself.
Contact details: www.juliamacdonald.co.uk
01872 870001/07964 721843
Megan has a background in healing, expressive arts including formal training in Creative Expressive Therapies (BA First Class honours) and is a certified practitioner trained by the College of Sound Healing working with groups and individuals. She is an ongoing student of the Naked Voice which deeply informs her practice. Tel. 07890 196 281. firstname.lastname@example.org