Relating Games Nights
There are skills you learned in school during class, and then there are the other critical skills you may have learned in recess. When it comes to learning how to human, how to adult, how to couple, how to fight for your rights, how to keep your cool and all those other critical skills needed to navigate life in peace and struggle with other people, there really is no substitute for learning by experience. The games we play during these Games Nights are meant to spark your imagination and give you experiences of acting in ways that will take your relating skills to the next level. Each night will have a stand-alone theme and we will adapt the latter part of the program to the needs of the group. Brooks will facilitate, and will bring in thematic experts
The themes of the first three Games Nights
Sep 22nd: Change Your Story
Letting go of the stories by staying with your experience of telling it in different ways.
Oct 6th: Setting Healthy Boundaries (feat. Natasha Figuera Husted)
Understanding what you are a no to in life is the key to filling it with the things you are a yes to. Letting someone know your boundaries is letting someone know the best way to love you.
Oct 20th: Celebrate All That You Were (feat. Heinz Robert)
We examine our lives through our development into adults and celebrate the emerging genius of each chapter.
“…you will learn something enlightening and enlivening through their immersive and embodied practices. They’re not only challenging, but they were fun and I loved you learn through games. I was invited back into the beginners mind, and I am so grateful for it. The high quality space, presence, support, and skill from Brooks and Natasha is what allowed me to be vulnerable enough to face what I needed to improve.”
– Jocelyn Lee
There are 20 tickets for each event at 180 DKK a piece. Or get access to all 7 nights for 650 DKK.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Brooks considers himself a nerd at heart. Over the years, having originally been trained as a physicist, a soldier, and a zen monk, he now devotes his full nerdiness to the learnings of human connection. In 2010 he discovered authentic relating and was immediately hooked on the vast potential of it, and has since made it an integral part of his personal and professional practice. He is engaged in community leadership with the Borderland, travels around the EU teaching authentic relating, lives in Copenhagen, and dislikes talking about himself in third person.