Possibly the world's most sophisticated precision training system for mind-body wellbeing.
You are a wellness practitioner who knows that often the best hour of your patients/clients’ week is with you, and you want to help them sustain that wellbeing all week long. You want an adjunct wellness model that can pull alongside your practice, increase your efficacy and positive impact, and help empower your clients to become active participants in their own growth.
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This has been one of the most impactful and eye and heart-opening experiences I can remember. I'm stil integrating so much of what we did together. The conceptual learning as taught through the films is really quality, but beyond that the shared group learning was incredible. I'm not sure I've ever witnessed people exploring with such vulnerability, authenticity, and willingness to sit with discomfort for the sake of growth - aided by the loving container the facilitators held - like I witnessed and experienced here. It was truly something special and I'm grateful to be a part of it. Thank you Gabriel, Tiara, and Gloria for your exquisite facilitation of that space.
I use the tools we are learning in Restorative Practices every single day. With myself, with my family, with my clients. Everybody. Every day.
I’m not even sure how to talk about the healing I experienced in ordinary language. Things happened in my body when we were practicing together that I’ve never experienced before. At the end of the second day I felt more relaxed and settled than I’ve ever felt. Unbelievable.
The Restorative Practices training has been exactly what I’m looking for in the next step of personal and professional development. The ways in which neuroscience, direct practice, systems thinking, nature connection, and self-exploration are woven together has made room for me to be more skilled, present, and nuanced in my work and in my life.
I was looking for professional development that would revive my work and my soul. The work of the Restorative Practices cohort has been transformative. It is a convergence of many of my own paths and integrative in ways I had not expected. I am more aware of myself and aware of the subtle changes in others – more in tune to them, listening to the deeper, heartfelt, needs and issues. I am more aware of my “gut” feelings and less “in my head” – which is a victory for me. I am growing, learning, moving, more alive and much more connected than I was when I started. I believe I’ve started on a path that will extend far beyond the cohort and want to express my deep gratitude for this journey.
The Restorative Practices program challenged me in ways which were both ’eye-opening’ and ‘heart-opening.' I learned a tremendous amount about the essential qualities of being connected to myself and the participants, and the difficulties of doing so with ease. Despite these challenges, I felt 100% supported by the wisdom of the participants and the skills of the facilitators. This course is not for the faint of heart, though it will surprise you with the growth potential that you didn’t think possible.
After years of facilitating leadership groups for resilience and wellbeing with my background in holistic wellbeing,I was completely blown away with the heart and spirit of this cohort/community in Restorative Practices.I was longing to meet Real people who have real conversations about real things in the Real world. I noticed my own armour/mask dissolving and I recovered huge chunks of my own heart which was fragmented and numbed through years of protection from covert discrimination and injustice which I had accepted as part of my life. It was an incredibly healing experience and I feel restored as I claim parts of me and find courage in community. I came home to my self and was inspired by a real community, am deeply grateful and have stepped up in my life to truly serve. I notice my energy is flowing once again and am still integrating and learning. A deep bow and feeling blessed is the only appropriate response here.