In this course series in five parts, you will learn the wonderful processes of Focusing/Felt Sensing and sensing together with (With-Sensing) in a reciprocal partnership. Imbedded in the course there will be partnership with other participants of the group. When you’re finished with all of the 5 parts, you will be eligible for exchanging Focusing with an equal partner, and you will be able to start bringing Felt Sensing/Focusing into your own life*
Next possibility in English is online, starting January 10th of 2019: Thursdays at 7pm GMT+1 (Norwegian time) Convert to your time zone
You don’t have to sign up for all 5 courses at once, you can also attend only the first one, to see if you would like to go on with Focusing afterwards.
The course series can be done online or in person (I can travel places around the world, contact me for this option), weekend based or weekly based (evenings once a week).
The whole series mounts up to approx. 50 hours all together, and each part is approx. 10 hours (including breaks).
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for joining the first part. Each part builds on the following part, though, which means you need the previous part to attend the next.
- Weekend based courses, in-person or online, consists of one weekend pr. part, Friday to Sunday.
- Friday 6pm-9pm
- Saturday 10am-4.30pm (including mid-day break)
- Sunday 10am-4.30pm (including mid-day break)
- Weekly based courses, in-person or online, consists of one 2,5 hour evening a week, for four weeks, pr. part. This includes a break in the middle.
There has to be a minimum of 5 participants to start the course.
Short course outline
The Introduction to Focusing course series consitst of 5 parts, and each part has different topics:
- Introduction to Felt Sensing and With-sensing (Focusing and Listening)
- Diving deeper into Felt Sensing and With-sensing
- The body space in Felt Sensing
- Complexities of following and giving space to felt experience in Focusing and listening
- Particular troubles we might encounter in Felt Sensing. Felt Sensing in everyday life