Community meetings are held in the Big Room at the Process Work Institute located at 2049 NW Hoyt Street in Portland, Oregon.
These community meetings are open to all interested in or curious about Processwork and the Process Work Institute. They provide a space to come together and create community by following process. Facilitators are chosen from the group each time, and we begin with open sorting for issues that are on people’s hearts and minds. We then choose a topic that the group wants to focus on, and explore together more deeply using a process-oriented facilitation approach.
Community meetings are currently TBD.
AN EVENING WITH EMMANUEL KARISA BAYA FROM KENYA
APRIL 15: 7:30-8:30pm
FOUNDER OF: MAGARINI CHILDREN CENTER AND ORGANIC DEMONSTRATION FARM
Come along for an interesting evening of shared information, story and video from the orphanage, farm and community in Magarini, Kenya. Magarini is a unique project that offers a home to vulnerable children and youth while at the same time working with the wider community to address the underlying problems of poverty, social breakdown and land degradation.
In only six years, we have seen so much positive change! Children left without care and protection can now access education and have hope for the future. In the wider community, both girls and boys are now going to school and being given equal opportunities.
Emmanuel began a children’s center and organic farm years ago in rural southeast Kenya, which has brought together the children and community members, who are engaged in developing the orphanage, school and farm.
Emmanuel will be visiting Portland and Eugene in the first half of April and will be at the Process Work Institute on the evening of April 15th to share with you information about Magarini Children Center and Organic Demonstration Farm, development over the years and how the Center is now operating. You will also get a chance to see a video of the daily life of the children and the center.
Please come along. This should be a fascinating evening and a great chance to learn about community development, organic farming, and to meet Emmanuel.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Process Work Institute, 2049 NW Hoyt, Portland. 97209
Dreambody Medicine Forum
If you have a symptom you would like to work on in the middle of the group,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is free and all are welcome!
This is a monthly drop-in class where we connect with our bodies as psyche. We use dance, body mapping, movement practices, spontaneous imagery and creative arts to discover our body as a energetic field and delve into subtle sensations. We listen to our bodies wants and needs and use the body as a tool to find clarity and direction.
- MARCH 25th: Quantum Blossoming
- APRIL 29th: Deep Listening
- MAY 27th: Body as Nature
- JUNE 24th: Yin and Yang
Tune in, get down.
For queers and non-queers.
All genders and Non-genders
All bodies and Any bodies
$5-$15 donation requested.
No one turned away for lack of funds.
THE HEART OF CONFLICT FACILITATION with Bill Say and Lane Arye
- Learn and practice Process Work theory and tools concerning conflict facilitation
- Explore the heart that can hold all sides
- Find our conflict facilitation superpower
- Expand inner diversity
- Practice role awareness and role switching
- If your income is below $25,000 – You might pay $50
- If your income is $25,001 – $50,000 – You might pay $100
- If your income us $50,001 – $75,000 – You might pay $150
- If your income is over $75,000 – You might pay $200
Social Presencing Theater Introductory Evenings
Wednesdays, April 3 + 10
7-8.30pm, Process Work Institute
Drop In – No Charge
These evenings will introduce some of the basic practices to help you decide if you’d like to register for the Social Presencing Theater Basic Course on May 4 + 5
Social Presencing Theater is a series of embodied practices to accesses body intelligence for personal, organizational, and social transformation.
Get a taste of these!
with Annie Blair
Social Presencing Theater Apprentice Teacher
Video about SPT: https://vimeo.com/314787723.
Mindfulness of body is the basis of the SPT method. Drawing on movement arts and contemplative traditions, the practices bring to the surface a clearer sense of the relationships, hidden dynamics, and emerging possibilities inherent in individuals, groups, organizations, and larger social systems.
All kinds of people use SPT, including artists, entrepreneurs, social activists, business people, non-profit organizations, educators, coaches, and practitioners of mindfulness + healing arts.
No experience of any kind is needed! It’s fun, enlivening, deepening, and creative!!
Processwork Online – An Online Learning Group for Everyone
The Research Symposium honors research in Process Work and related fields. It is meant as a gathering place for sharing and furthering our learning together. In this spirit, research may include formal or informal research projects, as well as ideas and visions for projects in the works. Presentations may also include experiences integrating Process Work in various contexts, as well as panels on topic areas that bring together many different fields and perspectives.
FREE LECTURE SERIES: GET TO KNOW PROCESSWORK – NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
The Process Work Institute invites you to get to know Processwork by participating in a series of FREE lectures–no registration required! In this next distance friendly seminar faculty share knowledge and experience of Processwork and how they use it to make change in the world.
Keep an eye out for additional free lectures here and on our Facebook page!