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Are you longing for companionship and support to move through this rich, but challenging material? Do you have questions and are you seeking answers to help you move through the book and get to healing? Whether you've completed Sarah's new book, or you're working your way slowly through, or you're stuck on certain chapters, this study group is for you!Find out more »
At this Intensive, we will connect with our ancestral lineages for answers to our questions about meaning, place and how to move forward. As a community of warmth, and respect, plus a bit of bravery and humor, together we will form a full circle that helps re-connect us to the greater circle that is always with us. We hope you will be part of that fullness!Find out more »
7-Week Online Series: What Does Trauma Have to Do with Me? The Neuroscience of Empathy in Resolving Difficult Memories
Trauma is a big word, which is used so often that it can lose its meaning. And it can seem so big that it does not apply to us.
But each of us are affected multiple times a day by the micro-freezes when we feel helpless, alone, afraid, angry, and unsupported. In this seven week series, we will explore the freeing effects of Nonviolent Communication's resonant language on these small and large moments of stuckness that all of us live with.
Sarah Peyton is coming to Gallery Bookshop on June 12th to share her book, Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain's Capacity for Healing. Come meet Sarah and get your copy of this fascinating book autographed.Find out more »
Do you have a solid sense of the interpersonal neurobiology concepts and resonant language skills that are important for addressing emotional trauma? Based on the book Your Resonant Self, being published by Norton in September 2017, this retreat will take you through the application of the foundational understandings, skills and steps needed to nurture a practice of self-warmth.Find out more »
2 Days on Irish Immigration and Song, 2 Days on Constellations for Suicide: A Constellations Masterclass
Are you curious to explore familial migration as a concept in constellation? And are you interested in learning to use constellation-based support to help families of people who have died from suicide? If you’re interested in either topic, and would enjoy a double-header constellation workshop with the Irish song specialist and constellation facilitator, Brendan O’Brien, you may be interested in this event.Find out more »
Are you longing to untangle and uncover the deepest parts of yourself? The parts that are more hungry than we are comfortable with, angrier than we can bear, more judgmental, blaming, contemptuous, helpless or frozen than we wish to be? This 7-day immersive workshop is not comfortable, but it brings great self-compassion in its wake.Find out more »
Through Nonviolent Communication and understanding the impact of our life experience and relationships on the brain, Sarah illustrates what happens when we communicate and opens pathways to being in resonant relationship.Find out more »
Are you curious about how constellation work can support a right relationship between body and mind? How to understand how attachment wounds and challenges with self-regulation can block our access to easeful self-care and nourishing body connection?
This event is part of a constellations masterclass series, but can be attended as a stand-alone as well.
Do you have the sense that your life, your relationships and your work are shadows of what they could be? Do you have a hard time being in joyful contact with your body, perhaps feeling like your body has betrayed you? Perhaps you've been practicing self-compassion meditations and books for years, but still struggle to be warm and accepting towards yourself? Based on the book Your Resonant Self, (Norton Publishing, September 2017), this retreat will take you through the foundational understandings, skills and steps needed to nurture a practice of self-warmth.Find out more »