2 Day Weekend Immersion: June 24-25, 1-5pm
Mindful Communication Weekend Immersion: Tools and Practices for dealing with challenging relationships, difficult conversations, and managing conflict in a healthy way.
In this two day immersive class, join facilitators Jenny Ahn and Rachel Bennish in exploring the concepts and practices of Nonviolent Communication. Practice empathic listening, explore your own triggers, what lies behind them, and how to stay in a state of empathy and compassion for yourself and others during even the most difficult conversations.
Day 1 -Exploring our Triggers & Learning to Communicate from the Heart
Day 2 -Deepening our Capacity for Compassionate Listening & Empathic Connection
What to expect :
*Interactive partner and group work
*Sacred Space & Confidential learning environment
*Understand your own feelings and needs as well as tuning into others’
*Listen more attentively to others with compassion and empathy
Payment: 1 day: $65, Both days: $130
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Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life by Marshall Rosenberg
This book will give you a deeper understanding of the principles and foundation of NVC to enhance the games and practices we will be playing in class. It is not necessary that you read or have read this book but it is highly recommended to read throughout the six weeks of class.
Limited Spots Available
When and Where:
Location: Private Residence
Sat+Sun June 24-25, 1-5pm
Jenny and Rachel have been leading Compassionate Communication book readings and practice groups in the Long Beach area since 2015. They are the co-founders of NVC Long Beach; the local chapter for those interested in learning, practicing, and sharing the principles and teachings of Nonviolent Communication.
Jenny has been teaching yoga and practicing ayurvedic medicine over the past ten years. She has been actively taking workshops, classes, and studying non-violent communication and sees the value and benefit to her community. She is dedicated to sharing the gifts of communicating empathically and becoming a more attentive and caring listener within her community, friends, and family.
Rachel is a comedian, actress, and comedic writer with a strong personal interest in conflict resolution and mediation. She is dedicated to practicing compassionate listening and communication within her own life and relationships. She believes compassionate communication is a ripple effect that begins with ourselves. Rachel is excited to share and teach this heart based method of communication as a way to inspire peace and understanding with the greater community.
*Based on the principles and teachings of Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg