19. January 2018 - 18:30
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Calgary Introductory Workshop: with Jaci Hull | St. Andrews Heights, Calgary | Friday, 19. January 2018

The Hakomi Institute has been guiding therapists and healing arts professionals to connect deeply, quickly and effectively with their clients for over 30 years. Using mindfulness techniques to uncover the body’s wisdom, therapists learn to engage the client’s curiosity and compassion, helping them integrate their traumas, remember their basic rights and their innate wisdom, and discover new freedoms. In the last decade, studies continue to reveal how the mind and body are inseparable when exploring the realms of emotional, traumatic and psychological wounding. The Hakomi Method has been incorporating this principle since the 1970’s, teaching clinicians to use states of consciousness and techniques that not only bring mind and body together, but create a therapeutic relationship that allows for safe, deep and expansive self exploration.

In this training, participants will learn:

· How the Principles of Mindfulness, Non-violence, Unity, Organicity and Mind-Body Wholeness serve to create an elegant and effective therapeutic flow
· How Neuroscience supports the basic principles and techniques of The Hakomi Method
· How to track for unconscious needs and create a precise and effective therapeutic hypothesis
· How to create experiments in mindfulness to gain clarity of the client’s dilemma and gently challenge limiting beliefs and body habits
· How to tap into the client’s innate wisdom in order to assist their individual and unique unfolding.
· How unconscious beliefs of the therapist may be impeding his or her effectiveness in the session.
· How forming a healthy learning environment accelerates learning , creates safety, connection and community

Hours: Jan.19, 6:30-9:30 pm
Jan. 20, 9:30-5:30 pm

Fees: Early Bird: $175 if postmarked by Jan.1, $200 thereafter

Payment:
1) Please send e-transfer to “hakomicalgary@gmail.com” using an easily answerable question.
2) Or make checks out to “Hakomi Calgary” and send to 151 Rocky Ridge Green, NW, Calgary. TG3 4R5
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  • NON-VIOLENCE is a principle that promotes safe, non-forceful, cooperative exploration through honoring the signs and signals of our organic processes, especially those that manifest as “resistance.” In contrast to confronting or overpowering such “defenses,” the Hakomi methodology respects and literally supports such occurrences, which then allows them to be befriended for the wisdom they contain, and willingly yielded when appropriate. The Hakomi Principles Hakomi is paradoxically powerful: it is gentle and nonviolent, yet yields dramatic results rapidly. In many ways, its subtle power flows from the congruence of its methods and techniques with the underlying principles and assumptions that guide it: http://hakomiinstitute.com/about/the-hakomi-method/the-hakomi-principles
  • The Hakomi Principles Hakomi is paradoxically powerful: it is gentle and nonviolent, yet yields dramatic results rapidly. In many ways, its subtle power flows from the congruence of its methods and techniques with the underlying principles and assumptions that guide it: The UNITY principle assumes that, as people, we are living, organic systems that are integral wholes, composed of parts, which also participate in larger systems. The interdependency of all levels of the system, including the physical/metabolic, intrapsychic, interpersonal, family, cultural, and spiritual are taken seriously in Hakomi. http://hakomiinstitute.com/about/the-hakomi-method/the-hakomi-principles
  • The Hakomi Principles Hakomi is paradoxically powerful: it is gentle and nonviolent, yet yields dramatic results rapidly. In many ways, its subtle power flows from the congruence of its methods and techniques with the underlying principles and assumptions that guide it: ORGANICITY assumes that when all the parts are communicating within the whole, the system is self-directing and self-correcting, and has an inner wisdom of its own. In Hakomi, we support our clients’ organic unfolding toward wholeness, and trust that this is the direction that their system will naturally seek. Rather than imposing their own agenda, the therapist works cooperatively with the client’s system.