We offer ongoing opportunities to experience the Hakomi approach. These workshops are stand-alone events in their own right and also form part of the prerequisite for application to the Hakomi Professional Training. Most offer a blend of professional development and personal growth. Workshops vary in length from one to three or four days.

Finding Ground: A Hakomi Approach to Resourcing in Times of Stress and Trauma

A two-and-a-half-day workshop with Aladdin Jones, Certified Hakomi Teacher

PERTH: Fri 25 Aug—Sun 27 Aug 2017

Stress and vicarious trauma can build silently and erode our capacity to access our deepest inner resources and respond with mindful, heartfelt curiosity. This workshop will provide effective skills and tools both for being with clients and as a healthy platform for self-care.

Working with Trauma in the Body

A three-day workshop with Jules Morgaine

MELBOURNE: Fri 8 Sep—Sun 10 Sep 2017

Trauma is defined as an experience in which one is overwhelmed by a situation one perceives to be life-threatening and which leaves one feeling helpless and out of control. The effects of unresolved trauma can be life-limiting at best, debilitating and destructive at worst. This kind of experience does not always fit with the socially defined concept of trauma. Many life experiences create this same sense within the individual even when there is not an identifiable external situation.