Wheel of Consent Introductory workshop

 

This is a 2-3 hour introduction to Betty Martin's Wheel of Consent.  There are three key elements:

 

IMPORTANT: You do not have to touch, or be touched by anyone else to take part in this workshop, and we will always provide alternatives to any shared touch.

Who is this workshop for?

  • Anyone new to the Wheel of Consent, who wants to get a sense of what it is all about

  • Anyone interested in techniques for self-regulating the nervous system.  

  • Anyone wanting to learn methods for clearer communication in all areas of life

  • Anyone who is considering doing a full weekend, or longer Wheel of Consent workshop, and who wants or needs to find out more before deciding.

You are welcome to book on your own, or with one or more friends or partners. If you book with partners/friends, you may choose to work mainly or solely with them if you prefer, during paired exercises.

  

Upcoming dates for this workshop:

  

Friday 20 March 2020, London

Facilitators: Rose C jiggens & Rupert James Alison

When:  7.15pm- 9.45pm

Where: Hackney, London

Cost: £30 (supportive) / £25 (regular) / £20 (low income) / £15 (very low income) sliding scale

Contact us to book your space.

If you prefer, we also run a 'touchless' version of this workshop in which there is no opportunity for shared touch with other participants.

We also run several other Wheel of Consent workshops, including the Wheel of Consent weekend workshop, the Wheel and Trauma Awareness, and Yoga meets the Wheel of Consent.
 

Our workshops cover a wide range of material and can be presented in a variety of formats.  Contact us to join our mailing list and we'll keep you informed of all the events we're running. 

 

Alternatively, we can present a workshop at your event or organisation.   We'll teach you to get really good at consent, so life can become richer, more authentic and more enjoyable for everyone.

What is the Wheel of Consent?
Dr. Betty Martin’s Wheel of Consent is a cutting edge model of consent based on, but not requiring, exchanges of touch. It distinguishes between the ‘doing’ aspect of an interaction - who is doing; and the ‘gift’ aspect - who it is for. This creates four dynamics or quadrants of experience, which occur all the time in human relating, and are of particular importance when we interact physically.  

 

The Wheel is also an embodied practice, which uses breath and awareness to bring us into a deeper noticing of our feelings and our bodily impulses.

Our workshops last anything from 2 hours to 2 days.  Please contact us to find out more

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