More mindful relating
This workshop is a further introduction to the Hakomi Method and Loving Presence.
The focus of this experiential workshop is to learn how to create, sustain and deepen a compassionate state of mind, and to practice this while relating to others and ourselves.
What is covered in the workshop?
We will discover how to look for what is nourishing, rather than what is wrong. We will do this through a series of exercises that encourage this assisted self-study, based on the Hakomi Method. Participants will develop their capacity for mindful self-reflection and deepen their self-awareness.
What is included?
- A CPD certificate will be provided.
- Refreshments provided - please bring a packed lunch.
What is Hakomi?
An experiential, body-mind method that uses mindfulness to help people study themselves, with the purpose of reducing unnecessary suffering.
Who is this workshop for?
Open to practising counsellors and therapists as well as those who wish to explore a mindful approach to self-understanding.
To book, arrange payment, or find out more, please contact Jamie Fearn on firstname.lastname@example.org, or on 07967 264 376.
Early bird: if you pay by 25th May, the cost is £35.
Cancellation: we can refund your payment up until 25th May.
- 10 minute walk from main train stations.
- £4 parking at Mount Pleasant.
- Arrival from 9:30am.
About Jamie Fearn
The workshop will be facilitated by Jamie Fearn and Lynne Moore, both experienced in the Hakomi method and certified Hakomi Practitioners. Jamie and Lynne are assistants in the Hakomi Lancaster training group.