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(In-Person) Family Constellations Workshops

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | With Sara Poss, Constellations Therapist and Facilitator

Friday, 17th May from 7pm-9pm

Family Constellations – also known as Systemic Constellations or just Constellations – offer a powerful new understanding of challenges and how to transform them. People often come to a Constellations workshop because they feel stuck, constricted or limited by a particular issue in their personal or professional life.

Constellations work is an experiential process, allowing individuals to move from their current problem to the root of the issue, which often leads to an unresolved issues in a prior generation.

Further Details
Our wider family, the experience of our parents, grandparents and ancestors form a tapestry of relationships across time, shaping our patterns, possibilities, and limitations. Unconsciously loyal to these dynamics, we often operate in blind spots until we bring them to light and integrate them.

Through Constellations work, we map and tune into the wider family system, uncovering hidden dynamics influencing our lives. Seeing these systemic influences can result in big shifts and empower us to effect meaningful change.

About Workshops

Family Constellations workshops offers a unique, solution-focused way for individuals who want to look beneath the surface “truth” of an issue or problem and find new and often deeply moving solutions.

In a small, safe and supportive setting ‘issue holders’ are invited to set up their own Constellation, using members of the group to represent the relevant people and events of the issue they are working on. The ‘representatives’ will give insights through which a “living map” is created and eventually a clearer picture of the issue emerges. Simple but hidden truths can be seen and understood.

A Constellation workshop is inherently impactful, and it also serves as a highly supportive and complementary addition when combined with other ongoing psychotherapeutic, spiritual, or personal development work. Its unique ability to address underlying patterns and hidden dynamics, not easily accessible through traditional therapeutic methods, can serve as a catalyst for breakthroughs. In fact, many practitioners recommend a Constellations Workshop as the next step in a therapeutic journey.

There is a limited number of ‘issue holder’ places, however, whether setting up your own Constellation or stepping into the role of a ‘representative’, a Constellation workshop is a unique and healing experience for all participants.

Workshop Dates

Friday, 17th May from 7pm-9pm

Workshop Fees

Issue holder: £140
Representative: £50

Early Bird Offer (until 4th April):

£110 Issue Holder
£40 Representative

Details and Booking

To find out more (and to book your place), please visit Sara’s website:
saraposs.com/information-booking

(In-Person) Family Constellations Workshops

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | With Sara Poss, Constellations Therapist and Facilitator

Friday, 17th May from 7pm-9pm

Family Constellations – also known as Systemic Constellations or just Constellations – offer a powerful new understanding of challenges and how to transform them. People often come to a Constellations workshop because they feel stuck, constricted or limited by a particular issue in their personal or professional life.

Constellations work is an experiential process, allowing individuals to move from their current problem to the root of the issue, which often leads to an unresolved issues in a prior generation.

Further Details
Our wider family, the experience of our parents, grandparents and ancestors form a tapestry of relationships across time, shaping our patterns, possibilities, and limitations. Unconsciously loyal to these dynamics, we often operate in blind spots until we bring them to light and integrate them.

Through Constellations work, we map and tune into the wider family system, uncovering hidden dynamics influencing our lives. Seeing these systemic influences can result in big shifts and empower us to effect meaningful change.

About Workshops

Family Constellations workshops offers a unique, solution-focused way for individuals who want to look beneath the surface “truth” of an issue or problem and find new and often deeply moving solutions.

In a small, safe and supportive setting ‘issue holders’ are invited to set up their own Constellation, using members of the group to represent the relevant people and events of the issue they are working on. The ‘representatives’ will give insights through which a “living map” is created and eventually a clearer picture of the issue emerges. Simple but hidden truths can be seen and understood.

A Constellation workshop is inherently impactful, and it also serves as a highly supportive and complementary addition when combined with other ongoing psychotherapeutic, spiritual, or personal development work. Its unique ability to address underlying patterns and hidden dynamics, not easily accessible through traditional therapeutic methods, can serve as a catalyst for breakthroughs. In fact, many practitioners recommend a Constellations Workshop as the next step in a therapeutic journey.

There is a limited number of ‘issue holder’ places, however, whether setting up your own Constellation or stepping into the role of a ‘representative’, a Constellation workshop is a unique and healing experience for all participants.

Workshop Dates

Friday, 17th May from 7pm-9pm

Workshop Fees

Issue holder: £140
Representative: £50

Early Bird Offer (until 4th April):

£110 Issue Holder
£40 Representative

Details and Booking

To find out more, please visit Sara’s website:
saraposs.com

(In-Person) Transcendental Meditation (TM) Courses

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | With Dr. Gemma Beckley, The Meditation Trust

4th – 6th May 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
8th – 10th June 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
13th – 15th July 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
7th – 9th September 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
19th – 21st October 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
30th Nov– 2nd Dec 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

Practiced effortlessly for just 20 minutes twice a day, Transcendental Meditation (TM) has wide ranging benefits including relief from anxiety, depression, PTSD and addiction. TM can be learned by people as young as six years old, irrespective of beliefs, ability or background. It is an easy technique to learn and practice, even for those with the most active minds.

The course consists of a one hour individual instruction, followed by three two and a half hour group sessions (over three consecutive days), with no discussion of an individual’s problems, and includes free support and guidance for life!

Further Details
Learning TM does not require analysis or discussion of problems, (apart from a very brief and simple application form) because of the very subtle level at which it works. So, it is very compatible with, and enhances, other treatments including psychological therapy and mindfulness (as indicated both by research and anecdotal evidence).

There are many forms of meditation, all having different procedures, goals, and outcomes. Transcendental Meditation (TM), which comes from the heart of the Yoga tradition, is significantly different from other forms of meditation in that no concentration, control, or even training of the mind is involved. Instead, because of its complete understanding of the nature of the mind, it’s an effortless, natural technique, simply sitting comfortably on a chair thinking a mantra silently.

The difference even from mindfulness, whilst superficially appearing quite subtle, produces profoundly different outcomes. Whilst mindfulness involves training the mind, Transcendental Meditation (TM) liberates the mind and allows it to naturally, effortlessly and spontaneously transcend (go beyond) the active, surface levels, beyond even the present moment.

Always wandering in search of happiness, the mind naturally settles towards a silence so deep that the body also gains a unique state of very deep rest, indicated by scientific research to be much deeper than sleep. This is the exact physiological opposite to the stress (fight/flight) response, and therefore even the deepest stresses created during life’s most challenging experiences, and ultimately the cause of all physical and mental health problems, are spontaneously released.

According to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi – (who was responsible for the spread of TM from the ashrams of India from 1958) – undue pressure of experience, whether mental or physical, may result in structural and biochemical abnormalities (‘stress’) in the body (known in Yoga literature for thousands of years as samskara or impressions [“scars”] in the nervous system). It is these ‘cellular memories’ rather than mental memories that cause the continuing experience of both physical and mental illness.

Effects of a challenging experience or trauma, including anxiety, depression, and symptoms of PTSD, are seen as the result of these physiological abnormalities distorting mental experience, and the physical release during TM practice relieves the psychological symptoms without any attention being given to the symptoms themselves. It is this ‘un-stressing’ that is said to be responsible for the spontaneous restoration of normal function of various systems in the body during meditation, particularly those involved in adapting to environmental challenges.

A wide range of resulting improvements in all areas of life from just 20 minutes of twice-daily Transcendental Meditation practice have been indicated by more than 700 scientific research studies, including reductions in symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD and addiction. Also, improvements in sleep, self-confidence, relationships, well-being and clarity of thought as well as a whole spectrum of physical health problems.

The course consists of a one hour individual instruction followed by three two and a half hour group sessions (over three consecutive days) with no discussion of an individual’s problems, and includes free support and guidance for life.

Find out more
The benefits

Course Dates

4th – 6th May 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
8th – 10th June 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
13th – 15th July 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
7th – 9th September 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
19th – 21st October 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)
30th Nov– 2nd Dec 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

Course Fees

A contribution according to household income is requested, with a bursary available to those in financial difficulty. Free support and guidance for life is included to ensure ongoing satisfaction.

More details

Details and Booking

Email: info@meditationtrust.com

Phone: +44 (0)1843 841010

Web: meditationtrust.com

Online booking

(In-Person) Transcendental Meditation (TM) Courses

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | With Dr. Gemma Beckley, The Meditation Trust

4th – 6th May 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

8th – 10th June 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

13th – 15th July 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

7th – 9th September 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

19th – 21st October 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

30th Nov– 2nd Dec 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

Practiced effortlessly for just 20 minutes twice a day, Transcendental Meditation (TM) has wide ranging benefits including relief from anxiety, depression, PTSD and addiction. TM can be learned by people as young as six years old, irrespective of beliefs, ability or background. It is an easy technique to learn and practice, even for those with the most active minds.

The course consists of a one hour individual instruction, followed by three two and a half hour group sessions (over three consecutive days), with no discussion of an individual’s problems, and includes free support and guidance for life!

Further Details
Learning TM does not require analysis or discussion of problems, (apart from a very brief and simple application form) because of the very subtle level at which it works. So, it is very compatible with, and enhances, other treatments including psychological therapy and mindfulness (as indicated both by research and anecdotal evidence).

There are many forms of meditation, all having different procedures, goals, and outcomes. Transcendental Meditation (TM), which comes from the heart of the Yoga tradition, is significantly different from other forms of meditation in that no concentration, control, or even training of the mind is involved. Instead, because of its complete understanding of the nature of the mind, it’s an effortless, natural technique, simply sitting comfortably on a chair thinking a mantra silently.

The difference even from mindfulness, whilst superficially appearing quite subtle, produces profoundly different outcomes. Whilst mindfulness involves training the mind, Transcendental Meditation (TM) liberates the mind and allows it to naturally, effortlessly and spontaneously transcend (go beyond) the active, surface levels, beyond even the present moment.

Always wandering in search of happiness, the mind naturally settles towards a silence so deep that the body also gains a unique state of very deep rest, indicated by scientific research to be much deeper than sleep. This is the exact physiological opposite to the stress (fight/flight) response, and therefore even the deepest stresses created during life’s most challenging experiences, and ultimately the cause of all physical and mental health problems, are spontaneously released.

According to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi – (who was responsible for the spread of TM from the ashrams of India from 1958) – undue pressure of experience, whether mental or physical, may result in structural and biochemical abnormalities (‘stress’) in the body (known in Yoga literature for thousands of years as samskara or impressions [“scars”] in the nervous system). It is these ‘cellular memories’ rather than mental memories that cause the continuing experience of both physical and mental illness.

Effects of a challenging experience or trauma, including anxiety, depression, and symptoms of PTSD, are seen as the result of these physiological abnormalities distorting mental experience, and the physical release during TM practice relieves the psychological symptoms without any attention being given to the symptoms themselves. It is this ‘un-stressing’ that is said to be responsible for the spontaneous restoration of normal function of various systems in the body during meditation, particularly those involved in adapting to environmental challenges.

A wide range of resulting improvements in all areas of life from just 20 minutes of twice-daily Transcendental Meditation practice have been indicated by more than 700 scientific research studies, including reductions in symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD and addiction. Also, improvements in sleep, self-confidence, relationships, well-being and clarity of thought as well as a whole spectrum of physical health problems.

The course consists of a one hour individual instruction followed by three two and a half hour group sessions (over three consecutive days) with no discussion of an individual’s problems, and includes free support and guidance for life.

Find out more
The benefits

Course Dates

4th – 6th May 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

8th – 10th June 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

13th – 15th July 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

7th – 9th September 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

19th – 21st October 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

30th Nov– 2nd Dec 2024 (Sat/Sun and Mon evening)

Course Fees

A contribution according to household income is requested, with a bursary available to those in financial difficulty. Free support and guidance for life is included to ensure ongoing satisfaction.

More details

Details and Booking

Email: info@meditationtrust.com

Phone: +44 (0)1843 841010

Web: meditationtrust.com

Online booking

(In-Person) Finding New Ways in Relationships

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | Saturday and Sunday, 9.30am-5.30pm (next dates to be confirmed)

Cost: £80 Early Bird offer (£100 thereafter)

To register your interest for the next available dates, please email Deliana Ianeva at deliana.ianeva@gmail.com

Puzzled by why the same difficulties keep cropping up in relationships? Perhaps you’re good at looking after other people but struggle when it comes to getting your own needs met. Maybe you feel uncomfortable and tend to withdraw when anyone tries to get close. Or can’t help but lash out when you feel challenged.

Further Details
This workshop is a two-day exploration, supporting you to uncover and work through the things you find most challenging about being in relationship with others, and with yourself. It will introduce ideas from the Transactional Analysis school of psychotherapy, using everyday language to help us understand what underlies why we think, feel and behave as we do.

Sharing and exploring your thoughts and feelings in a confidential small-group setting, you will be guided to unpack any repeating struggles in relationships and consider healthier alternatives. The workshop is led by Transactional Analysis practitioners Deliana Ianeva and Chris Elcombe – both qualified counsellors and in advanced training as psychotherapists

When: Next dates to be confirmed

Where: The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1 6RU), London

Price: £80 Early Bird offer (£100 thereafter)

Who this event is for: Adults aged 18 or over. Please note that this is a space for individual reflection, and is not intended for couples to attend together.

To find out more: DelianaIaneva.co.uk/Workshops

To register your interest, contact: Chris.Elcombe@Outlook.com or Deliana.Ianeva@Gmail.com

(In-Person) Finding New Ways in Relationships

The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1), London | Saturday and Sunday, 9.30am-5.30pm (next dates to be confirmed)

Cost: £80 Early Bird offer (£100 thereafter)

To register your interest for the next available dates, please email Deliana Ianeva at deliana.ianeva@gmail.com

Puzzled by why the same difficulties keep cropping up in relationships? Perhaps you’re good at looking after other people but struggle when it comes to getting your own needs met. Maybe you feel uncomfortable and tend to withdraw when anyone tries to get close. Or can’t help but lash out when you feel challenged.

Further Details
This workshop is a two-day exploration, supporting you to uncover and work through the things you find most challenging about being in relationship with others, and with yourself. It will introduce ideas from the Transactional Analysis school of psychotherapy, using everyday language to help us understand what underlies why we think, feel and behave as we do.

Sharing and exploring your thoughts and feelings in a confidential small-group setting, you will be guided to unpack any repeating struggles in relationships and consider healthier alternatives. The workshop is led by Transactional Analysis practitioners Deliana Ianeva and Chris Elcombe – both qualified counsellors and in advanced training as psychotherapists

When: Next dates to be confirmed

Where: The Therapeutic Rooms, Shoreditch (E1 6RU), London

Price: £80 Early Bird offer (£100 thereafter)

Who this event is for: Adults aged 18 or over. Please note that this is a space for individual reflection, and is not intended for couples to attend together.

To find out more: DelianaIaneva.co.uk/Workshops

To register your interest, contact: Chris.Elcombe@Outlook.com or Deliana.Ianeva@Gmail.com

(Online) Evening Deep Guided Relaxation

With Beatrice Pelissier : Wednesday evenings 8:30pm-9pm

Yoga Nidra (also known as yogic sleep) is an immensely powerful meditation technique which allows you to delve into a deep state of relaxation, where the body can rejuvenate and release tensions and experience a real sense of wholeness. It can calm the mind and bring a sense of inner peace and contentment.

Further Details
Yoga Nidra works directly with the nervous system, enabling us to flip the switch from being stuck in the sympathetic nervous system responses of “fight or flight”, and shift into a more restful and peaceful place of awareness, where deep healing can occur. Regular practice often leads to a reduction in stress and improves sleep.

Yoga Nidra is practiced lying down in a very comfortable position, but can also be done sitting. There is nothing for you to do, no yoga poses required, simply listen to the voice and let yourself be guided into a very relaxed state. It can be practiced in your bed, on your sofa, on your yoga mat, or on a chair, just grab a few blankets to make yourself comfortable and warm.

Payment

The session lasts for 30 minutes, and costs £7 each.

How to Attend

This session is facilitated via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join (there is no prior experience required).

Beatrice Pelissier is a Yoga Nidra, Meditation and Hypnobirthing Teacher based in London.

To find out more or to book a place, email Bea directly, at: info@beeyogi.net.

(Online) Evening Deep Guided Relaxation

With Beatrice Pelissier : Wednesday evenings 8:30pm-9pm

Yoga Nidra (also known as yogic sleep) is an immensely powerful meditation technique which allows you to delve into a deep state of relaxation, where the body can rejuvenate and release tensions and experience a real sense of wholeness. It can calm the mind and bring a sense of inner peace and contentment.

Further Details
Yoga Nidra works directly with the nervous system, enabling us to flip the switch from being stuck in the sympathetic nervous system responses of “fight or flight”, and shift into a more restful and peaceful place of awareness, where deep healing can occur. Regular practice often leads to a reduction in stress and improves sleep.

Yoga Nidra is practiced lying down in a very comfortable position, but can also be done sitting. There is nothing for you to do, no yoga poses required, simply listen to the voice and let yourself be guided into a very relaxed state. It can be practiced in your bed, on your sofa, on your yoga mat, or on a chair, just grab a few blankets to make yourself comfortable and warm.

Payment

The session lasts for 30 minutes, and costs £7 each.

How to Attend

This session is facilitated via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join (there is no prior experience required).

Beatrice Pelissier is a Yoga Nidra, Meditation and Hypnobirthing Teacher based in London.

To find out more or to book a place, email Bea directly, at: info@beeyogi.net.

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