Constellating for life and wellbeing

A series of one day opportunities to enjoy Family & Systemic Constellations – open to all – on a donations basis

—  Starting Sunday 15 April 2018  —

Systemic and Family Constellations work can offer insights and progress for a range of issues:

–          Personal and family questions including health concerns

–          Work and career dilemmas

–          Organisational or company conflicts

–          Societal and political problems.

At these one-day sessions, those of us who love Constellations work will gather with those who are simply curious and those who are looking for answers. We will work together for our individual and collective well-being.

We will investigate whatever issues participants bring – be it personal, work-related or collective and social.

We will work with authenticity to surface whatever truths of a situation need to be seen and respected.

Each of us will learn more about what next steps we can take in service of life and our well-being, honouring those who came before and paving the way for those who will follow us.

Sessions will run from 10 am to 4:30 pm with a break for sharing lunch.

At a beautiful venue in Headington, Oxford – near a London coach stop, a bus ride from Oxford station and with parking.

The following date is now confirmed:

  • Sunday 15 April – Tickets here

Other possible dates if there is interest are:

  • Sunday 25 March
  • Sunday 20 May
  • Saturday 26 May / Sunday 27 May – on this weekend, there may alternatively be a workshop with the remarkable, world-renowned Anngwyn St Just

To book, enquire or register interest please email Rich@RichardPantlin.com or send a message to his mobile 07958-293078.

Donations are requested according to your income and the value obtained.

The space will be held and facilitated by Richard Pantlin. There may also be occasional guest facilitators.

Richard 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 from which the founder of Constellations, Bert Hellinger, first drew inspiration and has worked with African traditional healers. He has many years experience of 5 Rhythms dance and yoga.

He has had a professional career in commercial software management and public sector consultancy. He takes individual clients for 1:1 constellations coaching using floor markers and objects.

He is developing a structured Constellations approach specifically for organisations working in the health and care sector:

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