Family (Systemic) Constellation Workshop
with Richard Pantlin and Silvia Siret
Saturday 2nd March 2019
10am to 4pm
Investment: £75 with own constellation; £35 without own constellation
3 working places available (possibly one more, depending on how the day pans out).
A Family Constellation is an inspiring and healing way of dealing with personal, deeply felt issues, be they to do with relationships, health or life in general. Its purpose is to bring peace to the soul and to connect us more deeply with our roots and with life. It can bring to light hidden dynamics and loyalties which entangle us with others, and it helps us discover ways of healing and resolution. When the inner order of the family is re-established with love, the way becomes free for our own task. The process can be deeply moving and often shows surprising solutions.
In a workshop several people have the opportunity to set up their own constellation with the help of representatives in the group. All participants find healing through representing in constellations.
How does a Systemic Constellation work? Please click here.
Silvia Siret is ISCA registered, with a diploma in Coaching, training in Family Systems Therapy and Body Work. She has been studying and practising the work with Family Constellations since 1996, and her commitment and inspiration have deepened through the years. Silvia sees individuals in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
Contact Silvia – www.silviasiret.com
Richard Pantlin, Associate with OxISC, has a background in management, social care and health. He now offers Business and Life Coaching using a systemic constellations approach. He has trained with a wide variety of top constellations practitioners including Albrecht Mahr, Vivian Broughton, Jan Jacob Stam, Ed Rowland, John Whittington and Francesca Mason-Boring. He honours the Zulu origins and has worked with African traditional healers. Contact Richard
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