Come and enjoy a morning of relating mindfully in this mindfulness-based workshop facilitated by Loan Tran and Caroline Martin.
What to expect:
The morning will begin with a relaxing, guided mindfulness meditation.
Loan and Caroline will then guide you through a series of simple exercises, done in twos or threes, which can
- Offer you a way of relating which can be relaxing and nourishing
- Help you explore your habitual ways of responding and relating
- Help you connect with others in an open and warm-hearted way
You do not need to have any experience of mindfulness. Just bring your curiosity and willingness to explore!
Spaces are limited and your place will be confirmed upon payment. Please email Loan Tran for payment details and to book your place email@example.com
Loan Tran (She/Her)
Hakomi is a mindfulness-based, body-centred approach to psychotherapy. It is a gentle but powerful way of working with all aspects of your being – emotional, mental, physical and energetic.
The aim of Hakomi is to lessen unnecessary suffering and help clients to have fresh and more fulfilling ways to experience everyday life.People often come to Hakomi after experiencing talking therapies or are wellbeing practitioners themselves in need of selfcare. It is also simply for you if you feel stuck in certain habits and are curious to understand yourself better.
Loan (pronounced Lwaan) has over 25 years of experience working in a therapeutic capacity. Before training as a Hakomi Therapist, she was a Rolfer and Rolf Movement Practitioner. She brings many years of careful observation of the body and skilful touch to her Hakomi Practice.She is of Vietnamese origin and is inspired and thankful to Thich Nhat Hanh for his teachings which first drew her to mindfulness over 30 years ago.Loan creates a safe and welcoming space for your 'assisted self study' so that you feel supported and in safe hands.
Feel free to visit her website www.loantran.net to find out more about Hakomi and how it can help you.