First launched in 2012, Coming Back to Center is a series of workshops that aims to expand our capacity to move through life from a place of awareness, intentionality and balance. In other words, to improve our ability to be centered while we’re pulled in many directions by the drift of life, making purposeful choices that are aligned with what we care about most rather than reacting automatically and feeling overwhelmed by circumstances.
Somatic Coaching looks at transformation through the lens of the body and offers an interpretation where the body becomes fundamental to learning. This interpretation challenges the rationalistic tradition, the dualism of mind and body that our educational system has maintained over the past three hundred years.
Expressive Arts is the use of the five art disciplines dance, drama, music, visual arts, and poetry to help individuals explore themselves through spontaneous discovery and enables people to understand themselves, their emotions through art by moving into the creative process. It uses the arts as its basis for discovery and change.
Working with horses is one of the most direct and rapid ways to building awareness about one’s own energetic presence and leadership style. Horses respond to clarity of direction, honesty and openness.Horses, without judgment or agenda, can open your eyes to what is working for you and others, approach challenges and strive to achieve goals.
Learning how to come back to center under pressure, be responsive and not reactive, lead teams, organizations and your own life in a more powerful and effective way.
“A gift to your soul”
“I saw myself in headlights. What an investment. Can’t wait to see what happens now.”
“A life event I will remember, Akin to giving birth. The course has unleashed within me a powerful sense of self. The structure, planning and orchestration of the course was genuinely exceptional. The coaches were outstanding and truly embodied their values. I’m left feeling happier, energised and inspired.”
Our claim is that being centered is more than just a concept or an idea. It’s a felt sense, a bodily experience that lives first at a molecular level, and this state can be learned, developed and practiced.