Practical Tools for Building NVC Fluency - London Intermediate Training
Would you like to practice using NVC in those situations in life that you find challenging?
On this one-day course, we will review the whole NVC model, using the 13 step dance floor (the 13 step dance floor was created by Gina Lawrie and Brigette Belgrave).
The intention is to develop our fluency in dialogue, moving through the 3 modes of connection.
You are invited to:
- Practice using NVC in those situations in life that you find challenging
- Explore the connection with our values in dialogue with people.
- Naturalise NVC to connect with others authentically.
- Discover more about the way you embody nonviolent consciousness.
- Work with breath, tension, flow, gesture, tone and pace; passion and grounded presence and honest expression.
The day includes around 90 minutes of conscious dance and movement – the empathic nonverbal communication system of Biodanza.
Why include movement in this NVC intermediate training?
Conscious movement and dance work directly to support your nervous system, to strengthen resilience, wellbeing, authentic connections between people. The exercises help us in being more fully present about how to respond to what is presenting itself, instead of reacting based on past conditioning read more
Who is this training for?
This event is for those who want to embody NVC more fully in life.
A pre-requisite is that you will have completed a two-day foundation training in NVC, or equivalent. This will ensure a common foundation for intermediate level engagement and practice.
What is the NVC Intermediate London Training?
The London Intermediate programme consists of 10 days of training across the course of a year, approx one day per month. Each training stands alone. You can attend as few or as many of the days as you wish. Each day is facilitated by London-based certified NVC trainers – for information about other days in this programme follow this link NOW
How much does it cost?
Individual daily rate: £80 (If you are a regular employee and you will be paying for the training from your own pocket).
Small charity daily rate: £100 (If you work for a charity with fewer than 15 employees and they pay for the training).
Public sector / Large charity daily rate: £120 (If you work for a public sector organisation, such as a local council or the NHS, or a charity with more than 15 employees, and they pay for the training).
Private sector rate: £150. (If you work for a profit making company and they pay for the training).
If any of the above prices would make it difficult for you to attend, please contact me – concessions are available.