About PSEN Workshops
A Way To Introduce You to PsychoEnergetics
The design for our workshops follow the same format that we use for our training weeks:
- Yoga and/or Pranayama Breathwork Exercises
- Mindfulness Teachings & Guided Mindfulness Meditations
- Lecture/Energetic Transmission of Working Theme for the Day
- Initial Experiential Practicum Session Based on Theme
- Embodied Awareness Movement Sequences
- One to One Practicum Sessions
- Supervision and Q & A Group Sessions
- Community Integration Experience in Large Groups
Evenings: (For particular, pre-determined workshops only)
- Community Ritual Experience Communal Chanting and Sharing Time
- Our PSEN Workshops are designed for various body or mind oriented practitioners or therapists (as well as certain qualified lay people) who have not been previously exposed to our work, as well as for those who have attend previous workshops, and want to further their exposure to our way of working.
- We provide opportunities to experience particular facets of deeper psychological and emotional work, that is rooted in embodiment and mindfulness processes. Participants in our workshop are exposed to a high level of experiential depth work, personally facilitated by PSEN Training founders Irene Tobler & Michael Mervosh.
- Our PSEN Workshops are an excellent way to learn more about what we do in our four year training program, before committing to our training work.
- As well, students who are currently enrolled in our trainings, as well as those who are graduates of our training, often choose to attend our workshops, in order to further their own development and practices.
Each training year is centered around a specific theme and learning purpose. In order to complete the training, the trainees are required to participate in all four training modules, over the course of four years.
Registrations and Contact Person: Jimena Galfaso – firstname.lastname@example.org
Those who will not slip beneath the still surface on the well of grief
turning downward through its black water to the place we cannot breathe will never know the source from which we drink, the secret water, cold and clear, nor find in the darkness glimmering the small round coins thrown by those who wished for something else. – David Whyte