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Wholebody Focusing: Exploring What Makes a Heartfelt Connection

Saturday, June 23, 2018 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
An Online Workshop facilitated by Laura Dickinson, Lynn Rosen,
and Elizabeth Morana

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Class size is limited
Registration closes Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

We want to continue playfully exploring together the richness we find in the direct-experiencing of each other and ourselves.  And as we come into our whole-bodied Selves, we can begin exploring what makes a heartfelt connection.

At some point in our lives, we became disconnected from the direct-experiencing and sensing of our bodies. What is it about that “disconnect” which interferes with heartfelt connection? We aren’t seeking to answer this question; we’re just offering experiences to invite our bodies to explore it — to find a way to reconnect with Self and others.  We sense that each of us has a deep capacity to develop this connection. We’re looking forward to sharing how the Wholebody experience of mySelf brings more to each of those with whom we have a heartfelt connection — and how that experience brings connection in a unique way to each.

We invite you to join us in this exploration of reconnecting and returning to the deeper experiencing of body that is your birthright. Some Focusing experience is recommended.


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Laura Dickinson is a Certified Trainer for Wholebody Focusing as well as a Certifying Coordinator for The International Focusing Institute. She is deeply trained in both Wholebody Focusing and Inner Relationship Focusing. Laura offers attuned guidance in Wholebody Focusing that helps open “stuck” situations naturally and allows your inner body wisdom to lead forward. Laura is delighted in how the body holds, creates, and reveals its astonishing, profound, and available inner wisdom.

Lynn Rosen is a Certified Coordinator and Trainer in Wholebody Focusing, as well as a teacher of the Alexander Technique. She has been learning from Kevin McEvenue since 2002, studied with Karen Whalen from 2011-2015, and has shared the Alexander Technique since 1990.

Elizabeth Morana is a Certified Trainer in Wholebody Focusing who loves finding the connection between WBF, Heart Felt Connection, and developing her direct-knowing, direct-encountering of things spiritual. She participated in both of the 2 1/2-year Advanced Training Programs in Wholebody Focusing, and has been an eager participant in a heart-felt-connecting group with several WBF trainers since 2013.


Registration


Member discount
: Members of the Institute receive $25 off. If you aren't a member, become one here now, and then choose the member price at registration.

Limited registration: Please register promptly -- we anticipate full enrollment.

After registration, will receive an email with a link that allows you to participate in the class online. The video will be an easy-to-use format called Zoom. You will need to have a computer/mobile device. Calling in by phone is also possible, but not preferred.

$60 for paid-up Institute members.

$85 for non-members.

Please note: This workshop must be attended live – it will not be recorded and no refunds can be given for non-attendance.

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Refund policy: A full refund minus a $25 administrative fee for cancellations 14 days before the start date. Cancellations less than 14 days before the start date are nonrefundable. The International Focusing Institute reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule for insufficient enrollment or for other unanticipated reasons. In such cases you will be given a choice of applying your tuition to future programs, or having the full enrollment fee returned to you.


For more information

Contact Elizabeth at elizabeth@focusing.org or (845) 480-5111.

Product Code: W-180623-WBFHC

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