Trainings


Body-centered coaching program: 

Mastering connection with your body, your feelings and in your relationships

2016

 

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Romantic relationships for couples and singles: emotional balance and healthy dynamics, more connectedness, ease and fun

 

"Through love bitter things seem sweet, through love bits of copper are made gold".

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it".

- Sufi poet Rumi


Keys to parenting: mindful interaction and enhancing family connections through body-centered learning

 

"The real cradle that holds the child is the emotional climate between the parents."

- John Gottman, Family-Relationships researcher


Wellbeing basics - Creativity boost. A course for professionals (researchers, copy-writers, journalists, architects, designers, developers, business owners, HR, etc.).

 

"Creativity is intelligence having fun".

- Albert Einstein

 

  • Have you ever noticed how a flow of CREATIVITY actually FEELS in your BODY?

 

  • What do satisfaction and fulfillment from having written or created something really amazing and cool feel to you?

 

  • Would you like to feel this blissful expansion and pleasant flow of ease and satisfaction all the time?

 

This is a rich, experiential and fun training that offers cutting-edge body-centered tools for unearthing our creative potential and shifting from stuck states (e.g. writer's block, recycling critical thoughts, feeling off and tired) to a flow of new ideas and energy boost. Besides, this work is highly beneficial for your overall wellbeing and health.


Conscious creating and collaborating using your body intelligence and emotional intelligence

 

"The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never have occurred ... unforeseen incidence, meetings, and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way".

- Johan Wolfgang von Goethe