In this mini-course we want to explore the phenomenon of personal practice. We use Richard Bach’s book about the seagull who becomes enlightened and transcends default reality as poetic inspiration for a 9 week exploration of how we can take more leadership in our lives through practice – how practice can lead us on a path of freedom.
This course is intended as an exploration of practice as a gateway to freedom. Some of the themes we will cover are:
– Practice as exploration of the unknown.
– Freedom through discipline and dedication.
– Finding good teachers.
– Beginner’s mind and what it means to be a student.
– Self leadership and authorship.
– Bringing your practice into life.
Dates: 8/1 | 7/2 | 7/3 | 7/4
Time: 11.00 – 18.00 | 18.00 – 21.00
Price: 1150 (earlybird 750)
Viola Ellehammer Dasseville (25) started to experiment with having a practice when she was 16. She moves within the field of Fine Art and Relational Practices, where integrity, dignity and the art of being with is core to her interest. She is an active art practitioner currently under Glasgow School of Art, and besides that, she facilitates Systemic Constellation, Conflict Mediation, and are training as a Circling Facilitator with Circling Europe.
Peter Munthe-Kaas (40) started practicing Tai Chi when he was 25. This practice led him to discover that his body was more than a vessel to carry his mind around and he started enjoying dance and movement more. From the embodiment also came a keen interest in the truth and how to become more honest, vulnerable and present in relationships which is the path Peter still finds himself on. Peter teaches circling in Copenhagen and at Circling Europe’s SAS trainings.
This course is a chance to find yourself in and through practice and become more free in your movements in life.