Compassionate Communication: Crossing the Bridge to Intimate Connection

right-brain-left-brain-fnl-598x441Compassionate Communication:
Crossing the Bridge to Intimate Connection

Become an awesome communicator by connecting through your heart, body and mind. Practice, practice, practice. The Compassionate Communication workshop is open to all that look forward to upgrading their communication skills. Be heard and listen from your heart and mind.

“The Sacred Space Between Us. There is where we will meet.” – Anonymous

The sacred space between us is the place where we can meet without all the filters of past imprinting, limiting beliefs, conditioning, disconnection, narratives and emotionally charged negative experiences.


The intention of the workshop is to understand the power of language, to learn how to notice the sensate and visual ques within your body, reveal the different ways in which we process and express, the practice of re-framing yourself.  Explore what conscious and mindfully heartfelt awareness and presence looks like, sounds like and feels like. The workshop guides you through practices of your new compassionate communication tools for better connection and quality in all areas of your life.

The workshop is based on the Non-Violent Communication created by Marshall Rosenberg and my teachers that branched it out to Compassionate Communication.

Who is this for?
Everyone, whether single/solo or in a partnership or a group of friends. All are welcome and celebrated.


Location: OCTCM: (Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine) 283 Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street (3rd Floor), Toronto, Ontario
~February 7, 2017 from 7:30pm-9:00pm

$40 per person by cash, e-transfer or credit card

PLEASE NOTE: There are limited seats and in fairness to everyone, your spot is guaranteed once paid for. Because of this, all sales on workshops are FINAL.

Required as space is limited.
Register by emailing:
Deadline to register by email is the day before or
by 416-887-5621 on the day of the workshop
(Please Note: Emails are not reviewed on the day of the workshop).

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