Seminars in English

Exploring process work with body symptoms and illness

A Free Taster Evening

                                    evening online seminar with Anup Karia (zoom platform)    

                                    Wednesday, 5:30pm - 7pm CET, July 22nd, 2020

 

Anup Karia, Dipl. PW.

Anup Karia is a senior faculty member of IPOP and is Director of the Processwork school in the UK. He teaches internationally and is a facilitator at heart working with individuals and groups in many capacities and is an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor.

Seminar

Processwork brings together the wisdom of ancient shamanic traditions and Jungian psychology for practical application in body symptom work. There will be opportunities to show how to work with symptoms in a holistic way, unrevealing their meaning in both the person's life and possibly for the wide community. There will also be time to present some basic concepts of process-oriented dream-body work and a chance to ask some questions.

If you have a body symptom or illness and you'd like the opportunity to explore this please let us know (as time is limited not everyone may get an opportunity but it helps us to know).

The official part of the taster (1,5h) will be followed by half an hour of voluntary open discussion. Feel free to join and ask any questions. The event is free of charge, held in English.

This taster is not a pre-requisite for the weekend seminar, it is possible to enroll straightforward for the event in September, see below.

We are happy to support you in case of any concerns or questions, if you need any further assistance, please do contact us at kurzy@processwork.cz.
 

Looking forward to seeing you and to exploring together. Please enroll here.

The Body and the World!

Processwork’s contribution to embodied awareness

                                    Online 3days seminar with Anup Karia, Dipl. PW 

                                    11th – 13th September 2020, Prague

 

Anup Karia, Dipl. PW.

Anup Karia is a senior faculty member of IPOP and is Director of the Processwork school in the UK. He teaches internationally and is a facilitator at heart working with individuals and groups in many capacities and is an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor.

Seminar

Our symptoms and illnesses don’t just exist in isolation within our bodies but are part of the social, cultural and political field in which we live.

 

The world is in us, and we are in the world! Symptoms are our bodies and the world dreaming! They tell us about the power dynamics in our society and contain the keys to living our deepest truth and purpose as co-creators in this world.

 

In this seminar we will explore inner awareness practices which combine everyday reality, the creative fluidity of ‘dream-like’ body experiences, and insights that have a deeper essence quality connecting us with the larger universe.

 

There will a constant interplay between hands-on experiential practice, theory and skills training.  We will explore ideas from both Arnold Mindell’s original discovery of the ‘dream body’ concept to his most recent developments

 

Focus will be on:

•Mind-body awareness of one’s subtlest body experiences and how to make this useful when working with others.

•Unfolding emerging patterns behind body symptoms, including chronic symptoms and link with individuation.

•Collective issues and health - how dynamics of privilege and oppression relate to health

This seminar is for you if you are someone interested in their own body experience as a source of awareness and direction and/or if you are a facilitator, therapist, psychologist, counselor, coach or bodyworker;


Organizational details:

Venue: on-line via ZOOM 


When:

11th – 13th September 2020

(Friday 9.30-16.00   Saturday 9.30-17.30   Sunday 9.30 -13.00)


Fee:

4 400 CZK registration and payment by 10 July 2020

4 700 CZK registration and payment by 10 August 2020

5 000 CZK registration and payment by 10 September 2020


Registration: Please fill the online registration form and we will provide you with all the necessary information.


Language: English with simultaneous translation into Czech



Contact person: Stanislav Háša, standa.hasa@hotmail.com