November Hakomi Therapy Intensive circle 

A weekend of mindfulness based, assisted self-discovery and emotional nourishment

November 8th & 9th 2014

An opportunity to witness Hakomi therapy (founded by Ron Kurtz) as practiced by a skilled Hakomi practitioner in a safe group setting

 

Group size ~ 8 people

“The work of one within a group is the work of all present”

Cost €200. Early Bird Option €180  Includes:

Individual session within group, session participation and learning.

Teas/coffee snacks and lunch each day

Deposit (non-refundable) €80 secures place. Early Booking advised.

Paypal option available send money to joannesm@eircom.net

Cheque payable to Joannes Berkery

Early Bird Option €180; To Be paid in full by July 1st. A deposit now secures place and a reminder of early bird will be sent out for July 1st full payment.

Contact Person: Joannes Berkery.

E: joannesm@eircom.netTel: 086 2606983.

Address: Lahorna, Nenagh, Co Tipperary

Location; To be decided nearer the time.

Facilitator/Therapist: Caroline Braham

Caroline Braham is an Integrative Body-Mind-Movement practitioner and educator. She is in Private practice in London, runs regular Hakomi workshops and trainings, and has worked with individuals and groups in UK, Spain, France, Saudi, Lebanon, Malta, Russia and South Africa.

As well as being a Hakomi Practitioner and Trainer; Caroline is a Hellerwork Structural Integration Practitioner and Teacher; a Feldenkrais Practitioner; and has been trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS). She has a strong foundation in working with the body, mindful touch, movement, and self-study. All of these techniques assimilate curiosity, mindfulness, and the experience of the present moment as tools for transformation and healing.

Caroline is an attentive, spacious and creative teacher and practitioner with a passion for helping students and clients to make their own discoveries. She provides a warm, open, compassionate, and humorous space for exploration and change.Her personal meditation and movement practice keeps her connection to the work alive.