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Embodying community in everyday life

Embodying community in everyday life

At the heart of Embodying community is the interaction between the “I” and the “we’”. The interplay between the collaborative spaces and the need to separate in order to re-connect. The questions which we explore together are ‘How do we work with a “we” mindset while also celebrating our own individual integrity?’ and  ‘How does the ‘I’ and the ‘we’ exist within each other?’ And from this place of inquiry, how can we live and BE community each moment and everyday?

This one day taster workshop which will include:

  • An experiential learning space, which will include movement and expressive arts
  • A mix of self-inquiry activities
  • Tools for how to feel more community minded in my day to day life

This is for you if you want to learn:

  • Various tools which support a deeper understanding of the sense of I and We
  • Clearer understanding of the needs and values that community bring to my life
  • Tools that help us cultivate a stronger ‘we’ mindset and an ability to collaborate
  • How Nature can teach us about collaborative systems

Price: £35-55 (depending on circumstance)

We believe in an inclusive payment policy and have therefore chosen to have a scaling price. If money is a limitation please do not hesitate to contact us.

To register or if you have any questions please email [email protected] & [email protected].

Nikki Levitan

Nikki is a trained empowerment coach, group facilitator and a community builder. A former youth worker and social justice activist. She has a passion for working with people and communities teaching emotional well-being, leadership and positive psychology. Nikki is a member of the Young Happy Minds Team and the founder of Community of Opportunity, a project committed to creating a platform and learning spaces for Intentional community and self discovery.

Melissa Abecassis

Melissa defines herself as a Social Activator using the tools of NVC, Body Work and Progressive Project Design tools. In the last few years she has been working in Israel/Palestine working with conflict transformation. She has been part of leading EcoME peace and ecology centre – a community centre for Israelis and Palestinians. In EcoME – NVC is used as the common language. She also facilitates various groups of Israelis and Palestinians such as a parent circle with Kids4Peace where NVC is one of her main tools. She is also the founder of Empathy Cafe, a mobile space dedicated to teach and practice Empathy in Urban facilities.

Access: The event will take place on the ground floor, which has a step free automatic door. The venue also has accessible toilets, which are gender neutral. If you need any assistance to access the venue, please email Nikki ([email protected]) in advance so we can make sure someone is there to help.

Jun 20th
10:00 - 17:00
Entry fee Free

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