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Living in Harmony: NVC Tools For Our Most Intimate Relationships

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Learn to Love Presents:
Living in Harmony: NVC Tools For Our Most Intimate Relationships
with Meganwind Eoyang and Susan Strasburger
Sat-Sun Nov 18-19th
10:30am to 5:30pm both days (1 hour break for lunch)

****************DESCRIPTION********************
Want to learn powerful Nonviolent Communication tools to heal, strengthen and uplift your relationships?

Nonviolent Communication is a world-famous, proven, and time-tested methodology for resolving conflict, fostering compassionate understanding, and creating exceptional personal and professional relationships.

In this exclusive and one-of-a-kind weekend workshop, expert NVC Collaborative Trainers Meganwind Eoyang and Susan Strasburger will teach you:
- The four foundational NVC principles
- How to transform self-judgments into self-empathy
- How to discover deeper meaning and increase harmony with others
-The importance of saying NO with compassion
- Skills to stay emotionally connected even through conflict
- What empathy is and what empathy isn’t
- Why most relationships get stuck and how to overcome the most common obstacles in creating deeper connection
- New ways to speak powerfully and compassionately

Whether you are totally new or experienced to NVC, this workshop will deepen and expand your understanding of nonviolent principles, compassionate communication, and how to build emotional and authentic connection.

This workshop is open to all genders, sexual orientations, relationship statuses, and levels of experience with NVC.

TIME AND PLACE
East Bay Community Space
507 55th St, Oakland, CA 94609
Saturday, Nov 18th and Sunday, Nov 19th
10:30am to 5:30pm both days (1 hour break for lunch)

PRICING
$300 Until October 1st
$350 Until November 1st
$400 After that

This workshop will be limited to 25 participants. Couples who sign up together get $50 off the training. We have one scholarship and one volunteer position open for those with financial need. If interested, apply today by sending an email to learntolove2015@gmail.com


****************TRAINER BIOS********************
SUSAN STRASBURGER, PhD
Susan Strasburger, PhD, learned NVC over 20 years ago, but started truly “living it” during Bay NVC’s Immersion Program in 2007. Since then, she has shared it with others through her private counseling practice with individuals and couples in Emeryville, as well as in community and organizational settings. Susan also enjoys bringing somatic practices and improvisation to her teaching of NVC. Learn more about Susan at www.susanstrasburger.com.

MEGANWIND EOYANG
Meganwind Eoyang has dedicated her life to sharing NVC principles and tools in order to spread empowerment and choice. For over 15 years Meganwind has offered trainings in Nonviolent Communication to colleges, organizations, individual and couples. As a founding member & manager of the Safer Communities Project, Meganwind also teaches weekly NVC classes for inmates in San Quentin State Prison, in county jails, and for parolees and their families. Learn more about Meganwind at https://baynvc.org/trainers/meganwind-eoyang-5/


****************ABOUT********************
THE HEART CENTER and LEARN TO LOVE
The Heart Center is Bay Area based organization offering public workshops, trainings and online resources designed to bring more love into the world, including our Learn to Love speaker series. By strengthening heart qualities like empathy, compassion, kindness, gratitude and generosity, we can all become better at loving and in turn, better at living. Learn more at www.the-heart-center.com and learntolove.us

ZACH BEACH, MA
Zach Beach, founder of The Heart Center, is committed to building a world based on unconditional love and connection. He does that as a teacher, yoga and acroyoga facilitator, poet and writer, helping people lead happier and more loving lives. Author of the forthcoming book The Seven Lessons of Love and the poetry collection Drinking Roses on Sunday, Zach regularly leads Power of Love Yoga retreats, workshops and teacher trainings. With an MA in East-West Psychology, Zach is also an certified Yoga Teacher, Sex Educator and Thai Massage Bodyworker. Learn more about Zach at www.zachbeach.com

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