AEA Event-Recap: Marion Gilbert and Terry Saracino

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The Enneagram and Dynamic Relationships: A Three-Centered View

Special Guests: Marion Gilbert and Terry Saracino

Have you ever imagined life without relationship? Relating to ourselves, others and the world we live in is how we orient in our lives. How much of our relationships are driven by our unconscious patterns and the need to survive? Clarity and compassion become obscured when difficulties arise in our relationships.

In each of our three centers of intelligence (mind, heart, body), we encounter non-verbal somatic patterns deeply embedded in our character structure as obstacles to the contact we so deeply long for. In this workshop, we will explore, by center, these unconscious roots of our relationship type patterns. As these deeply held patterns are brought into our conscious awareness, new insights, heart openings and relaxation of protective somatic type patterns are possible. This allows for clarity and compassion to arise in our relationships within ourselves and with others.

Come and join us as we explore our relationships through the lens of the Enneagram with three-centered awareness. The workshop format includes panel interviews, guided inner practices, and simple movement and interactive exercises to allow us to be more authentic and compassionate in our relationships.

Marion Gilbert, R.P.T. is a physical therapist and has been practicing for 37 years. She is the owner of a well-established physical therapy practice and movement studio in Grass Valley, CA. She has extensive training in CranioSacral Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release and Trauma Resolution. She has been actively using the Enneagram professionally and personally for the past 13 years. She emphasizes using somatic awakening practices to facilitate personal, professional and spiritual transformation the Narrative Tradition with a specific interest in developing an integrative three centers approach to the Enneagram work. A Somatic Enneagram Certification Program is being developed to train participants to become certified in the Somatic Enneagram.  She is a Core Faculty member of the Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition and currently teaches, Deepening Spiritual Awareness, Professional Training for Therapists and Coaches and advanced Enneagram trainings with Helen Palmer, David Daniels, Terry Saracino. Currently she is also on the faculty of the EPP Enneagram Prison Project developing the somatic aspect of its curriculum. She teaches internationally and also is available for personal phone or skype sessions.

Terry Saracino, MA, MBA is Core Faculty and past President of Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition (ESNT), the non-profit organization she founded in 2009 dedicated to disseminating the interactive Narrative teaching method developed by Helen Palmer and David Daniels, MD on a worldwide basis. She has taught the Enneagram for 26 years to individuals and organizations throughout the United States and internationally as a tool for personal, professional and spiritual growth. Through training programs grounded in the Narrative Tradition, which integrate spirituality, psychology and somatics, she fulfills her passion of transforming lives and creating a more compassionate world.

 



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EVENT DETAILS
When:

Saturday, April 2 to Sunday, April 3, 2016

Time:

9:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.

Where:

Paradise Valley United Methodist Church 4455 E. Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

Room: H1  Please go to the upper part of the H building on the west side.

CLOSEST AIRPORT: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Hotel: The AEA has a block of rooms at the Hampton Inn-Phoenix Biltmore. Click HERE to reserve a room. Rates are $129 per single occupancy/per night. $10 per extra person/per night. A shuttle is provided from Phoenix Sky Harbor to the hotel for $15 per person. A shuttle from the hotel to the workshop at PVUMC is complimentary.

Fees:

$225.00(AEA Membership Discounts Apply)

CANCELLATION: Cancellations received seven days prior to the workshop will be refunded, minus a $20 processing fee. Cancellations received thereafter are subject to full forfeiture.

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Author: Jennifer Glazar

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