In the We with Horses
Timeless in the We
Join this workshop at Timeless in the WE!
During this workshop, as systemic facilitators, we will experience how their natural behaviors, movements and invitations can be a source for our facilitator- and interventionship.
The loving and ruthless actions and reactions of horses provide an “on the spot” impuls for our interventionism. The being of the “We” in the herd gives us lessons about inclusiveness and holding space for yourself and others.
Under the guidance of the horses and Marion Latour & Jochen Beyer we will engage with practical exercises and “in the immediacy of the here and now” our facillitatorship and interventionism further.
You do not need any experience with horses to participate in the workshop.
The workshop will take place in an indoor location in Doorn. Please make sure you have suitable clothing for working with the horses. The location is covered, but dress warmly and preferably wear boots.
Horses have a natural ability to be in the here and now and in the “we”. They continuously invite us to be present and to be part of the whole.
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People are constantly evolving. With each other, without each other. In families, in teams, in organizations. Systemic thinking makes us aware of the “why” of our being and doing. Organizational and family constellations create room for movement. The BHI provides courses, workshops and training programs in the field of systemic work, constellations, leadership and coaching. This is how we contribute to the development of people, organizations and society.