with Justin Haroun
The Hakomi Method, created by Ron Kurtz, is internationally recognised for its sophisticated use of mindfulness for self-study. It is a gentle yet powerful body-centred approach that reveals, heals and transforms the underlying beliefs and habits that may cause suffering.
This workshop will introduce participants to a core element of Hakomi: ‘Loving Presence’ which refers to a state in which you naturally attend to another person with compassion and curiosity, in a way that is nourishing for both of you. The workshop will help you to cultivate this state through a series of interpersonal experiential exercises that help foster:
- Enhanced understanding of yourself
- An increased sense of connection with other people.
- An increased ability to sustain your energy in the presence of others in pain
Justin is a therapist and academic. He co-founded the Centre for Resilience at the University of Westminster, which works with individuals, leadership teams and organisations to develop policies and practices that help to create more human workplaces and ethical practice.
Justin has a passion for helping people connect with their full human beingness in a world where we can often feel starved out of our lives.