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“The Path of Radical Transformation” with Shantam David Zohar

Gennaio 10 @ 08:00 17:00

Cultivating Kindness, Courage and Community

A journey to unearth the wisdom of body, mind and spirit, with Shantam Zohar and a dedicated group of practitioners.

The Path of Radical Transformation incorporates personal and relational practices designed to cultivate mental health, organic healing and sustainable growth.  With origins in a broad array of contemplative modalities, the path promotes self-realization, sound clinical practice, and transformational group work. 

The Path of Radical Transformation allows practitioners to share an interdependent journey of body-mind and spirit exploration, to gain significant adequacy in body/mind integration and self-expression, subtle communication skills and the ability to harness kindness and compassion effectively in and outside of the clinical setting.  

The workshop will include Authentic Movement, a relational, bare awareness embodiment practice. With origins in Jungian thought and Dance Movement Therapy, the form is broadly used to support clinical practice, artistic expression and transformational group work. It manifests as a relational practice within unity consciousness, where mover and witness are not separate.

This course may well be of interest to practitioners of many fields, including psychotherapy, counseling, complementary and orthodox medicine, body-oriented therapy, expressive art therapy, Yoga and meditation. We welcome people attending for various reasons including: existing therapists and complementary health practitioners looking to learn new skills; those wanting to cultivate greater interpersonal skills; those interested in personal development (it is not necessary to want to be a therapist); Mindfulness practitioners and people interested in exploring the link between psychological and spiritual wellbeing. People potentially interested in Psychotherapy, Authentic Movement, Compassion Focused Therapy, Mindful Communication and Relational Mindfulness. We welcome people from all spiritual traditions or none: no prior conceptual knowledge is assumed.

Date and venue

The workshop will begin on July 2nd 2024 at 3 pm and will finish on the 7th of July at 12.30. It will be run at “Le case” (https://lecase.biz), a Retreat Center in Via S. Maria di Lignano, 42 in the beautiful hills close to Assisi (PG), in the green heart of Italy.

Partecipation fee

The partecipation fee is 890 euros + 25 euros of annual membership card. For enrollments before March 30th there is a reduced fee of 790 euros + 25 euros of membership annual card. 

It includes lodging and board in rooms with three or four beds with private toilet. There are also double rooms available (with a supplement of 60 euros) and some single rooms (with a supplement of 225 euros) with private toilet.

The payment has to be done through bank transfer to:

Associazione Mudita c/o Intesa San Paolo spa

Iban IT83 E030 6909 6061 0000 0128 339

Bic BCITITMM

Causale: Cognome e Nome – international workshop with Shantam Zohar

Or through the following paypal account: segreteria@satimudita.com

Shantam David Zohar is Co-founder and Director of the three-year Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy Program certified by Tel Aviv’s Bar Ilan University, and the two-year Authentic Movement Training. 

Zohar is an award-winning author and has studied and taught awareness practices for the past thirty years. He is an adjunct faculty member at Tel Aviv University, maintains a private psychotherapy practice and delivers workshops on Authentic Movement and interpersonal mindfulness practice internationally.

Zohar has completed a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Naropa University and an MA in Core Process Psychotherapy at the Karuna Institute and Middlesex University. He is a member of the Israeli Interdisciplinary Council for Psychotherapy. 

For further information and enrollments, please fill the form below or write to: segreteria@satimudita.com

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