Find Your Element is back!
It’s a 12-week programme of workshop leaders from all backgrounds and walks of life presented from the heart of Aoyama. It was developed by Aya McCrindle as she was in a challenging personal time and wanted to gather wisdom and philosophies from thought leaders, teachers, practitioners, business-people and physical athletes.
Find Your Element Fall 2017
All the sessions are well worth attending – it will shift your perception, introduce an inspirational community of people and give you a whole selection of approaches, tools and techniques to have a better, richer experience of life.
Join other seekers and learners and open your mind.
September 20th 2017, 18:30-21:30 (special extended workshop)
Absolutely NOT TO MISS this one. Anyone who has heard me say “Is that true?” And been taken through the work by me will recognise this phrase. Tim is a certific practitioner of The Work and has practiced under teh tutelage of Byron Katy, Originator of “the Work”. She has one goal: to end suffering.
How? By questioning the stories we tell ourselves about past present and future. Tim is an expert and will guide us through the Work and have us practice together on our own stories.
I attended last season and will attend this season to keep my saw sharpened.
Kyoko Seki, “Own Who You Are”
September 27th 2017, 19:30-21:00
Kyoko is a wonderful and highly experienced coach with evolving ideas and a wonderful manner. No-nonsense coaching with a spirited edge. Be prepared to think differently and challenge your won beliefs.
Dr. August Hergescheimer “Let Food be thy Medicine”
November 15th 2017, 19:30-21:00
This will be my third time attending one of August’s workshops. Why? Well August is a researcher so he constantly updates his information. Even if he was presenting the same information each time, I always find new things in it for me. I like regular reminder about how to eat and how to be healthy and regularly attending classes such as these is perfect for me to kick start and incorporate more great energizing foods into my life. And also to remind myself of those foods that aren’t so great fo us. August is charming and kind and righteous without being preachy or supercilious. I enjoy being in the room with him, He’s a pro.
My workshop on October 4th, 19:30-21:00
Please join me – I would love to see you. We will play with timelines and the importance of playfulness in creating a better experience of life and work. Playfulness is an interesting one – I’m not talking about being childish, or ignoring grown-up responsibility moreover not taking ourselves too seriously, while at the same time taking ourselves absolutely seriously. And looking at how being playful could have helped us move through life with more joy and levity. And how we can incorporate that into our future. Playfulness can be introduced into many different situations with care, attention and mindfulness.