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NELSON 2 day NVC workshop for beginners and experienced w/Irma Jager & Anna Groves
30 November, 2019 @ 11:00 pm - 2 December, 2019 @ 5:00 amNZD210 – NZD250
NVC TRAINING, 10AM – 4PM,
SAT 30th NOVEMBER- SUN 1 DECEMBER, 2019, NELSON:
Facilitated by Anna Groves and Irma Jager.
This 2 day training in Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is for people new to NVC and those who are more experienced. We will offer an overview of the 4 step model of NVC and focus on the development of empathy skills for those starting, with separate sessions available for people wanting to deepen their natural use of NVC and embody the key differentiation’s further. You will gain tools that can be applied immediately in daily life, bringing more honesty and harmony to all relationships – both at home and work. It can be helpful to view the YouTube links below prior to the training. We encourage you to book and pay early to confirm your spot as previous training’s have booked up well in advance due to the limited places available.
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATORS:
Has over 13 years experience facilitating NVC training’s internationally, and is one of 4 certified trainers in Aotearoa NZ (CNVC). As a dancer/choreographer she incorporates an embodied approach into all her work, ensuring participants aren’t overloaded by theory but have an energised learning experience. Anna also has a graduate diploma in teaching and a degree in the performing and screen arts, which means her group facilitation skills are strong. She is a mother and a nana, and lives rurally on the Kāpiti Coast. For more details see: http://www.renew-now.nz/anna-groves/
I call the Motueka Valley, in the top of the South Island, my home. I am the home-educating mother of three children who are in their teenage years / early twenties. I have a passion for nutrition and living a self-sufficient lifestyle… I LOVE making (and eating!) cheese. Our family owns a lifestyle farm, where we have been living co-operatively with 5 households for over a decade. This means I am well aware of the challenges and gifts of community living and this has supported my growth in authentic communication.
I first became aware of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in 2004 and have actively developed this new language through attending workshops, taking part in and leading practice groups. I have been facilitating NVC courses in the Nelson/Tasman area for the last few years and worked as a communication consultant in the business environment.
I get the opportunity to role-model authentic communication in a range of volunteer positions in community groups (e.g. as a Volunteer Fire Fighter). In my role as a health coach I experience the magic of truly listening and giving empathy to people as opposed to giving advise and wanting to ‘fix’ someone’s problem.
“I really enjoyed my weekend – I was concerned before hand about hearing it all again (ego – I know lots !!) and I loved being reminded of and being surrounded by NVC for a weekend – thank you for your input into our lives”
A, Motueka (experienced in NVC)
“Once again thank you so much for the weekend , I am still buzzing from everything I learned.”
C, Nelson (New to NVC)