Faculty: Rebecca Lincoln, L.P.C.,Certified Hakomi Teacher Schedule: Saturday 10 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. CE’s: 12 CE hours for LPC, LCSW, LMFT, CE hours offered through Samaritan Counseling Center of Tyler Cost: $250 if registered by May 13, $275 thereafter For more information and to register: Rebecca Lincoln at 903-593-9141 ext 129 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
CONNECTING ANCIENT SPIRITUALITY AND MODERN NEUROSCIENCE ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP: This introduction to the Hakomi Method will include the Hakomi approaches to Mindfulness and Loving Presence which is validated by the work of pre-eminent neuroscience researchers and psychiatrists like Daniel Siegel, Allan Schore, Stephen Porges, and Thomas Lewis. The work of each of these pioneers supports the value of utilizing mindfulness and human to human connection in fostering wholeness within our species. The Hakomi Method bridges this current research with ancient spiritual teachings. From…Find out more »
The Hakomi Method & Oriental Medicine Hakomi integrates the mindfulness and non-violence found in Taoist and Buddhist traditions with a unique, Western methodology to promote self-study, empowerment, and healing. When combined with Oriental Medicine theory and practice, Hakomi skills create a gentle, yet powerful and effective approach to working directly with qi in all sorts of physical and emotional conditions. The combination of Hakomi and Oriental Medicine brings patients greater self-awareness of their qi flow in harmony and disharmony, as…Find out more »
Austin, TX Sept. 10 and 11, 2016 Remembering the Heart of Therapy: an Introduction to Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychology Ron Kurtz, the founder of the Hakomi Method, once said that Hakomi was "a harbor for Therapists lost." By that he meant that Hakomi was often a refuge for therapists who felt hindered by mountains of paperwork, the pressure to get results quickly and a generalized feeling that something more engaging could be happening for both themselves and their clients. Seasoned…Find out more »
In this workshop:
- Learn Hakomi's unique application of mindful awareness and its healing potential.
- Practice the dynamic use of mindfulness and how to integrate it into psychotherapy and counseling sessions.
- Gently access the body and its unconscious physical habits as routes to limiting core beliefs
- Experience the method through mindful movement, practice, didactic learning, experiential exercises, and demonstration
-To Register Contact Rebecca Lincoln, email@example.com
WHEN: Saturday, November 19, 10 AM-6 PM and Sunday, November 20, 10 AM-4 PM WHERE: Sol Healing and Wellness, 13805 Ann Place, Austin, TX 78728 WHO: Gregory Gaiser, PC, Hakomi Trainer, Organizational Consultant, Sogetsu Ikebana School Teacher Integrating the Hakomi Principles and Ikebana, the art of Japanese Flower Arranging: I was first introduced to Hakomi in 1981 in Boulder, Colorado, and was immediately captivated by the gentleness and depth of the method. About that same time, I began to attend Shambhala…Find out more »
WHEN: Saturday, January 14, 2017, 10 AM-6 PM, and Sunday, January 15, 10 AM-4 PM WHERE: Sol Healing and Wellness, 13805 Ann Place, Austin, TX, 78728 FACULTY: Gregory Gaiser, Hakomi Trainer & Rupesh Chhagan, Hakomi Teacher COST: $250 if registered and paid by January 5, 2017; $275 thereafter. No refunds after January 5 although you may send someone in your place after that. About IF THE BUDDHA WERE YOUR THERAPIST This introduction to the Hakomi Method entertains the notion of the influence of…Find out more »
BEFRIENDING THE INNER CRITIC: An Introduction to Hakomi Mindful Somatic Psychology Dates: Sat., Oct. 28, 10 AM - 6 PM & Sunday, Oct. 29, 10 AM-4 PM Location: Sol Healing and Wellness Center, 13805 Ann Place, Austin, TX 78728 Cost: $250 if registered and paid by Oct. 8, 2017; $285 thereafter Refunds given if you cancel by Oct. 8. After that, you may send someone in your place. Taught by Rupesh Chhagan, M.S.O.M., L.Ac., Hakomi Teacher…Find out more »
With January 15 being the day we in the U.S. acknowledge Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy, I thought it appropriate to celebrate freeing ourselves from internalized oppression. This workshop will teach how non-violence, mindfulness, and open curiosity can blend into a peaceful, liberating sense of who we are. Through lecture, demonstration and experiential exercises we will discover what habitually limits us deep inside and how to move beyond it. Moshe' Feldenkrais, pioneer in the field of body psychology quipped, "You…Find out more »
In this introductory workshop we will explore some of the foundational Hakomi concepts and techniques as applied to working with couples. This workshop is open to all - single people, couples, therapists, non-therapists, etc. This workshop will count as a prerequisite for the Hakomi Comprehensive Training beginning in February 2019.
What you will learn:
The basic Hakomi Principles and some Hakomi Techniques
Listening with Loving Presence: How to be totally present to your partner’s experience without getting defensive
Pressing the Pause Button: Bringing the power of mindfulness and emotional self-regulation into relationship
The Dovetail Fit: Identifying the intersection of each individuals core material from childhood and how triggering that can be
Jumping Out of the System: Working with your partner to identify repetitive hurtful patterns in relationship & how to shift them
The Next Step: The value of focusing on the very next supportive step rather than on some overwhelming long-term goalFind out more »