Based on Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communication (NVC) principles, NVC is a language of compassion and a tool for positive social change.
NVC gives us the tools to understand what triggers us, to take responsibility for our reactions, and to deepen our connection with ourselves and others, thereby transforming our habitual responses to life. It has the potential to radically change how we think about life and meaning.
This weekend workshop will introduce the basic principles of NVC. The program will include a mixture of theory and practical sessions.
Irma lives in the Motueka Valley in a small community with lots of opportunities for communication! She is the mother of three teenage home-educated children; has a passion for nutrition and living a self-sufficient lifestyle.
She first became aware of NVC in 2004 and has been actively developing this new language through attending workshops, taking part in and leading practice groups. More recently she has been facilitating NVC beginners courses in the Motueka area.
Karen is a mother of two home educated children – a 14 year old boy and a 12 year old girl. She lives with her husband and kids on a community in Marahau. Karen is very passionate about living close to the land, outdoor education, compassionate communication and massage. In 2005, she became part of a local NVC support group. The communication skills she gained through participation in this group were so valuable that these meetings have continued to be an integral part of her life. She also enjoys attending workshops with other NVC facilitators.
$175 ($150 if registered and paid in full more than 7 days before the workshop starts). This is brilliant value as it includes accommodation, food and a cook.
Plus Dana (Donation) for Irma and Karen.
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