Creatively explore your relationship with yourself and others
Creative techniques are a wonderful way of exploring ourselves, our thoughts, and our patterns, enabling us to look more deeply and more intuitively into what has shaped our lives and what is getting in our way.
When we are truly 'lost for words', using creative techniques to express what we mean provides a unique opportunity to make new associations, gain new perspectives, and delve deeper into the heart of the matter.
This workshop is suitable for individuals, coaches, and counsellors who are interested in their own personal and professional development.
Explore your relationship with yourself and what it means to be 'you', and gain new perspectives and fresh options on how to manage relationships.
To help us look more deeply at ourselves we reflect on our names - our name, after all, is a representation of who we are. But how did you get your name? What does your name mean to you, what do you associate with it, what's its history, who uses your name, and how do they use it? Perhaps you don't use your given name anymore; perhaps you call yourself something different. If so, why? Using creative techniques, we explore our sense of 'self' and what it means to be 'you'.
To explore our relationship with other people, we use a kinaesthetic and visual way to provide an opportunity to externally represent ourselves and our relationships with other people that always uncovers new perspectives and fresh options on how to manage ourselves in challenging situations.
In each workshop, in support of the main theme, we introduce a variety of tactile and creative techniques that provide prompts or metaphors to help you explore the topic and provide the mental stimulus to find new associations and insights that develop new pathways of thinking.
Every workshop also includes an activity that takes us outside to get some fresh air and feel the power of nature and the perspective it gives us. We use nature and creature ideas as another medium to experience how movement aids the thinking process and how changing our environment supports our ability to reflect.
To book, visit www.chrysalis-awakening.me.
Hosted by Lindsey Wheeler
These workshops are delivered by Christina Bachini and Lindsey Wheeler with over 50 years coaching experience between them. Coming from diverse backgrounds in psychology and business, Christina and Lindsey offer a wonderful blend of practical & highly effective examples that help people find new insights. https://www.chrysalis-awakening.me