2 Events with Nora Hajos
Final Project multimedia dance performance
February 1st 8pm PWI a one-woman show (about a fantasy figure`s life through process work lens.)
Nóra Hajós, a native of Hungary,teaches and performs worldwide, dance improvisation, performance art and process oriented movement. She was given the Second training eldership mastery certificate in 2012 by Arnold and Amy Mindell. As an improvisational performer she is interested in sensation- rooted-movement-explorations and action painting. She is completing her Self Guided Diploma with the above Final Project.
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or theshipgallery.net
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.
Upcoming community meetings – join us!
Sunday, February 9: 6.30 – 8pm
Sunday, May 31: 6:30 – 8pm
Join Dawn Menken for Process Work in Practice: Free Introductory Classes
These free one-hour classes will present a Process Work approach to working with a variety of themes that emerge in our lives and in private practice. These short sessions are meant to introduce the public to a variety of Process Work applications but will also include ideas that can enhance learning for students and practitioners. These drop-in classes will occur monthly on-line.
First Thursday of each month (no January class)
5:30-6:30pm Pacific Time
Online @ https://zoom.us/j/417364317
Feb 6 – Exploring the Wisdom of Our Dreams
March 5 – Raising Parents, Raising Kids, Raising Us All: A Process Work Approach to Parenting
April 2 – Engaging with Dying, Death and Grief
Dawn Menken, Ph.D., is a conflict resolution educator, counselor, facilitator, and workshop presenter. She is a senior faculty member in the graduate program at the Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon and was co-creator of its masters programs, serving as academic dean for ten years. She is the creator of Teens Rise Up (TRU), a cutting edge program that empowers and educates young people to step into their leadership, engage in honest dialogue, and co-create a more welcoming school community. She is the author of the award winning book, Raising Parents Raising Kids: Hands on Wisdom for the Next Generation. A dynamic teacher with a sharp mind and playful spirit, Dawn enjoys working with people from all cultures and backgrounds. For more information see her website: www.dawnmenken.com
Dreambody Medicine Forum
The Dreambody Medicine Forums currently scheduled for 2019:
- Dec 6th
WORLDWORK FACILITATION TRAINING – 3 PART SERIES
With Lane Arye & Bill Say
in Berkeley, California
Our polarized world needs facilitation. Worldwork, developed by Arnold Mindell, is an inclusive, transformative approach to collective conflict, diversity issues, and community building. Learn vital skills that will help you facilitate conflicts whether they are personal, work related, or connected to world and social issues. Bridge divides. Build community. Find your own personal power.
Each workshop in this 3 part series can be taken on its own. Together they provide a fuller, deeper, and more powerful learning experience.
February 8, 2020; 10AM – 5:30PM
For more info, including how to register: https://www.facebook.com/
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!