Friday, September 27th, 5:45 – 7:15pm

Deepen your own inner contact while supporting others to do the same as you learn some of the fundamental skills of Focusing, a contemplative and somatic approach to psychological growth and healing.

Led by a Certified Focusing Trainer, this monthly class invites participants into an ongoing exploration of what’s currently emerging in one’s journey. Participants will be introduced to some of the techniques of Focusing and will spend the majority of each class in paired and individual guided practices that deepen our own inner listening and our ability to support the same in others. Complemented by perspectives from meditative traditions and depth psychology, this class supports us in working with inner material in a transformative space and walking our most authentic and purposeful path. Feel free to journey with us month-to-month, or drop in for individual classes as you like. A $10 contribution for the space and class is requested. We will meet in the Wellness Studio next-door to LAC’s main entrance.

About the facilitator: Simon brings to his facilitation years of exploration of self-inquiry, non-dual wisdom traditions, and meditative practices; the perspectives of post-conventional human development and soul-centric depth psychology; and his long experience with artistry and the creative process. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Auckland and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Columbia University; is a Certified Trainer of Focusing, a mindfulness-based, somatic approach to psychological healing and development; has completed a yearlong Soulcraft and vision quest immersion with Bill Plotkin and Animas Valley Institute while also certifying as a Purpose Guide through Purpose Guides Institute and studying in Thomas Hübl’s Academy of Inner Science; and is currently pursuing doctoral studies in psychology and philosophy. He has been a director with organizations active in international sustainable development and social entrepreneurship, leadership development, and mental health, and was led from his New Zealand homeland to the US by his career as a recording artist and songwriter.
Learn more at www.EmergentInquiry.com