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Tonight your Host Pamela Marie Edmunds will interview her guest Laurie Adato of the Hakomi Institute. They will be discussing an alternative form of healing called Hakomi.
More About laurie Adato;
Laurie Adato has been a director of the Hakomi Institute since 1999 and has served as Executive Director since 2006.
She is a graduate of Tufts University and originally trained in the Hakomi Method of Experiential Psychotherapy from 1982-1984, concurrently training with the Biokinesiology Institute. She integrated these into a private practice from 1984-1992, taught graduate level classes at Boulder College and trained students for the Biokinesiology Institute and Rocky Mountain Healing Art Institute from 1984-1993.
She co-founded the Boulder Center for Health and Awareness, a holistic health center and served as a director from 1985-1989. She turned her attention to gang prevention and intervention work in Denver in the mid-90’s and was active in this field until 2001.
Laurie returned to the Hakomi Institute in 1999 as part-time administrator, then moving into the Administrative Director and then Executive Director positions. She also has worked as a volunteer teaching assistant supervising students in Hakomi trainings for many years.
Ilona Selke was born in the Himalayas and raised the first three years in Afghanistan speaking Persian and then raised in Germany. She moved to the U.S. at age 20 for her studies in philosophy when she met her husband Don Paris, Ph.D.
She continued in her studies of body-centered psychotherapy, Hakomi, Holodynamics, Radionics and alternative healing when they moved to Boulder Colorado, and later to their home on an island in the Pacific Northwest.
Ilona and her husband are co-founders and directors of Living From Vision®, an institute for personal growth, multi-dimensional development of awareness, and spiritual relationships. Together they train teachers for the course Living from Vision®, now translated into four languages, which is being taught worldwide.
They divided their time between their island homes, one in the Pacific Northwest and the other on Bali by their Retreat Center ShangriLa www.bali-shangrila.com. Japan and India.
Her first book Journey to the Center of Creation, now republished as Wisdom of the Dolphins, is about dolphins, the holographic universe and the power of our dreamtime mind.
Her second book Alin learns to use His Imagination is a children’s book, although well loved among parents and therapists for it’s therapeutic value.
Her third book about Soulmates, Free Will, Destiny, Dolphins and shifting the Time Space Matrix called Dolphins, Love & Destiny, Yoga of the Soul.
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Join Chevalisa and Lena for an illuminating conversation on attachment styles, neuroplasticity, and the "ten commandments" that can help you revive and thrive in your romantic relationships!
By understanding how our wiring shapes the way we bond, we create the possibility for growth. Literally. Brains are plastic. By developing a new awareness, moment by moment, and by learning to adopt new attitudes and practices, we can literally rewire ourselves, help rewire our partners and most importantly, begin to create a "securely-functioning" relationship that can help you experience much more safety, trust and freedom, and experience your relationship in a whole new way.
Chevalisa Bruzzone, MA MFT, attended CIIS (California Institute of Integral Studies) and has a psychotherapy practice in the South Bay and Santa Cruz. She has extensive training in the mindfulness-based Hakomi method and currently studies with Stan Tatkin (author of Wired for Love, Your Brain on Love, and Love and War in Intimate Relationships), who just won the Teacher of the Year award at the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, California Division. In addition to seeing clients and teaching couples how to create securely-functioning relationships, she works at Stanford teaching emerging business leaders how to cultivate their emotional intelligence.
http://www.relationshipecologyinstitute.com/#intro And to contact Chevalisa directly http://www.facebook.com/ChevalisaBruzzonePsychotherapy
I am thoroughly delighted to welcome Dawn Kirk as my first guest to Voices of the Earth! She shares this about herself: "I am a storyteller and writer who by day is a psychotherapist trained in the Hakomi method. (Hakomi is a Hopi word meaning 'Who are you in relation to the many realms?') During prior lives in this life, I was a school teacher and social worker. I think of myself as a student of wonder, a cultivator of curiosity and an adventurer without and within. And yes, I LOVE our dear Earth and all her creatures." Dawn and I have shared marvelous times together in both celebration and healing of Mother Earth. It will be a full hour that you won't want to miss! Dawn offers her beautiful Voice for the Earth through all these marvelous places on the Web:
Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg with special guest Bart Smyth & Suzanne Kellner-Zinck
Hello, I am Bart Smyth. I have been studying the martial arts off and on most of my life. For the last 25 years I have been training in Internal arts, healing arts, a combination of Hakomi-Jungian Psychotherapy/Shamanic teachings and trained with north and south American shamans. I am a certified Master Practitioner of the Yuen Method of which I have trained in for 20 years. Also I have reached Grand Master in Tai Chi and combine I-Chuan, Kung Fu and a mixture of other arts at my Academy’s in Sweden and Nevada.http://amoderndayshaman.net/about-the-shaman/
Lisa Tarves, Metaphysician, author of the book, "Just Believe", Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and gifted angel intuitive, interviews experts in the area of metaphysics and spirituality each Sunday at 7 pm Eastern.
Bart Smyth has been studying martial arts off and on most of his life. For the last 25 years he has been training in Internal arts, healing arts, a combination of Hakomi-Jungian Psychotherapy/Shamanic teachings and trained with north and south American shamans. Bart is a certified Master Practitioner of the Yuen Method of which he has trained in for 20 years. He also reached Grand Master in Tai Chi and combine I-Chuan, Kung Fu and a mixture of other arts at his Academy’s in Sweden and Nevada.
For the last 15 years he has built an international training, healing and coaching company. Working on 5 continents he has combined what has worked for him and evolved it in into a highly effective work of his own. He has assisted well over 25 thousand clients from all walks of life and social strata. Bart's gift is listening and simplicity. He works with principles which interface the martial arts, Chinese medicine, Western medicine and the natural way.
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Join HiC for storytelling, but these are the stories you tell yourself. Explore a 4 question process that allows us to examine the stories we tell ourselves that become our Truth but are not necessarily true. Rewrite your story, change your life.
HiC’s guest is psychotherapist and certified hypnotherapist Nick Venegoni. Nick supports a variety of people through their life struggles and transitions. He works with both couples and individuals, focusing on relationships, self discovery and inner healing through a variety of modalities, such as mindfulness based stress reduction, Hakomi, expressive arts, hypnotherapy and shamanic practices. He specializes in working on anger management; as well as with folks from the queer and pagan communities.
Learn a simple but effective technique for charging a crystal to help you deal with and overcome doubt and uncertainty.
Nick Venegoni returns in the latter part of the show to join HiC in offering on air readings, so feel free to call in to the show at (646) 716-5510 or skype in if you’re looking to get some guidance or answers to the questions you have. And our roundtable topic this week is : Do you practice the practice, even when times get tough ?
Join Kelley Connors, MPH, Women's Wellness Coach and Deborah Metzger, Founder and director of the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health. Deborah is a certified advanced Kripalu Yoga teacher and certified Dharmic Yoga Instructor and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist, 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher (E- 500 Hour RYT) with the Yoga Alliance, a licensed social worker and holds an MSW from the University of Pennsylvania. She has completed the Yoga of the Heart: Cardiac and Cancer Certification Training, and additional courses in Structural Yoga Therapy and Reiki.
In addition, she has studied with Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program 7 Day Residential Retreat and the 9 Day Summer Intensive Practicum with Melissa Blacker and Florence Meleo and co-leads MBSR and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy programs at the Princeton Center for Yoga & Health. She is currently enrolled in the 2 year Hakomi mindfulness based psychotherapy training program.
Deborah will be joined by Cheryl Borne and Shannon Hurley who have both benefitted from Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction at the Princeton Center for Yoga and Health.