In this workshop, we invite you to awaken your innate capacity to connect with yourself and others.
Discover how you can build a foundation of compassion, creating flow between yourself and others based on a mutual giving from the heart. You'll gain practical tools for more skilful communication and connection, in everyday situations.
Known as the ‘language of life’, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a practical framework that helps us practise empathy and unlock interpersonal harmony. NVC was developed in the 1960s by clinical psychologist Marshall Rosenberg.
Through a series of practical exercises, you’ll begin to identify barriers within yourself that may be hindering the quality of your relationships. The session is supported by breathwork and sound to help you enter a space of openness and peace.
This workshop is led by Mayuko, who is a certified NVC practitioner as well as sound and yoga facilitator. She's joined by Chun, a certified Wim Hof breathwork facilitator.
Mayuko is a certified singing bowl practitioner, yoga teacher, and Nonviolent Communication (NVC) practitioner.
She is committed to providing extensive instruction and counselling to her clients, while motivating them to become their healthiest self and find true inner peace. Ever since she discovered the healing benefits of singing bowls, she started to apply therapeutic sounds in her daily routine and found deep transformation.
Mayuko strongly believes in keeping the balance between body, mind, heart and soul. She aims to create a warm sacred space within, and to help people align with the present moment.
Hi, I'm Chun. I spent a good part of the last 15 years pushing my body through various activities like scuba diving, snowboarding, skydiving, triathlons, and military training. Eventually, it became difficult to maintain the required energy to recover in time and prevent my body from falling apart. At times, my limbs would swell painfully and prevent movement for a few days, which was probably the body's way of slowing me down.
After discovering the Wim Hof method in 2016, this painful response subsided tremendously through constant practice of breathing, cold and mindset conditioning.
I've personally seen how the Wim Hof Method has helped my fellow course participants who have been through dilapidating illnesses and inflammatory issues, or my own friends with long term shoulder and back issues. To me, this is a path with far greater outreach than the simple confines of my self, and I hope that I can play a part in the continuous branching out to help others looking for a way to become stronger, healthier, and happier.