Hakomi Open Multilevel Training "Leaning Back"

Fri Feb 16 2024 at 10:00 am to Sun Feb 18 2024 at 06:00 pm

Pärnu mnt 6 | Tallinn

Hakomi Estonia
Publisher/HostHakomi Estonia
Hakomi Open Multilevel Training "Leaning Back"
We will explore what gets in the way of leaning back and how to rest and trust the Hakomi principles, when we are supporting self-study in a Hakomi process. Effortless practice is so challenging for us, as we all have learned to strive and perform to get somewhere and to be someone…The Hakomi practice invites us to rest and to embody the principles in a way, that the inherent wisdom in us can emerge spontaneously and lead us to the experience of more joy and freedom in our lives.
In a Hakomi multilevel training you will learn and practice the art of heartfelt relating by creating a safe and healing connection with others. We deepen our ability to be radically present with each other and to pay attention to the nonverbal communication that happens in every moment, mostly outside of our awareness. We will improve our skills to read these nonverbal signs and to create meaningful experiments based on our observations. Hakomi experiments are designed to invite into our awareness the unconscious inner organization of experience that causes unnecessary suffering in us. It will help us to find out what we need to feel happier and ultimately to gain the freedom of choice through consciousness.
Hakomi is a method of Somatic Psychotherapy and Mindfulness-Based Assisted Self-Discovery, developed by American psychotherapist Ron Kurtz in the 1970s. It is deeply rooted in buddhist and taoist principles in combination with modern neuroscience. Based on a trust that every individual has inner wisdom and the power for self-healing, Hakomi uses mindfulness, non-violence and the body to facilitate personal growth and transformation.
Bettina Deuster (Germany) teaches Hakomi internationally and is the main trainer in Estonia.
A series of workshops which take place several times a year are part of an open training to become an Hakomi practioner. You can take it as a single event or join the training any time without participating in previous workshops. You need 45 training days before starting the certification process.
You can expect teaching to be primarily experiential. There will be short lectures, discussions, and demonstrations, but mostly, the group will do exercises designed to convey the ideas being presented in practical, experiential ways. These exercises sometimes bring up emotions. In those situations, the trainer and the assistants know how to guide and support the process.
February 16-18, 2024
10am-6pm each day
Early bird until 20th of January:
3 days 350 €/later 400€
2 days* 240 €/later 280€
1 day* 130 €/later 160€
*If you are new to Hakomi and can only come for one or two days, you need to come the first day of workshop (or the two first days).
Please contact in case you really want to join but cannot from the first day.
Further information:
[email protected]
+372 55548178

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Pärnu mnt 6, Pärnu maantee 6, Kesklinn, Tallinn, 10148 Harju Maakond, Eesti,Tallinn, Estonia

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