Sarah Peyton has a passion for weaving together neuroscience knowledge and experiences of healing that unify people with their brains and bodies. She makes Interpersonal Neurobiology research available for our embodied brains to use in living at peace with ourselves.

Sarah offers healing experiences of hearing ourselves and others deeply (using the precision and resonant language that come alive in the long-term study of Nonviolent communication) and 3D body-centered explorations of families over generations (through family constellation work.)

Have you ever wondered how to create and nourish warm, resilient, intimate relationships? Do you know what you long for but struggle how to find it?

Many wonder about how to attain and maintain constructive, long term, mutually supportive and happy close relationships in our lives. We do want them, but relationships can be fraught with various challenges and we struggle how to handle the hurdles that show up in ourselves and our surroundings.

Knowing how to develop our capacity for changing difficulties into the nourishing and attentive dynamics and truly
reciprocally beneficial relationship can transform our lives as well as the lives of
people around us.

Evening Lecture 14th, Workshop 15-17th and Master Class 18th of November.

The Workshop

This workshop will be an exploration, in short lectures, mini-constellations and large group constellations, of the ways that our brains and bodies believe they should act in relationship, based on very early non-verbal experiences in our families of origin. We will both learn about and physically explore areas of connection that are usually non-conscious. The embodied learning is engaging, fun and transformative.

Participants will:

  • Learn about the language and thought shifts that take us out of relationship
  • Explore the long-term effects of responsiveness or lack of responsiveness in early connection
  • Experience the nervous system’s influence on our patterns of intimacy
  • Understand how the 8 Circuits of Emotion and Motivation take us closer to others and move us away from them

Master Class for practitioners:

During the  Masterclass we will dive deeper into the theme and bring these insights and knowledge into our work. The day is open for anyone who is holding space for others, whether you are a constellator, coach, teacher, group leader, therapist, or just someone interested in relationships. We will be taking the information we’ve been learning about intimacy and move it into making our relationship with clients more conscious – patterns of connection and disconnection, attachment and projection which are part of holding space.

It is recommended, but not mandatory, that you take part of the workshop first.

Applications now open! Early-bird until Sept 15.

Hours & Venues

Evening lecture: Thursday Nov 14th, at 5-8pm

Workshop: Friday Nov 15th, 6-9pm, Saturday 16th 10am-6pm, Sunday 17th, 10am–5pm.

Master Class: Monday 18th, at 10am–6pm.

Venues

Evening lecture: Oscarsgate 46B. 0258 Oslo

Workshop & Master Class: Renskaug Vertsgård, Vestsideveien 63, 3400 Lier (affordable housing, see www.renskaug.no)
Oslo.

Choose only one event or a combination.

Prices & Early Bird date

Evening lecture: NOK 400

Workshop: NOK 4900* (NOK 5400*)

Master Class: NOK 2000* (NOK 2250*).
*Prices include breakfast, lunch and coffee/tea.Costs for lodging and dinner excluded.

Regular prices in ( )

Combo prices:

A) Apply for all 3 events, and get the lecture for free, and a 400 NOK discount on the workshop.

B) Apply for lecture and workshop, and get the lecture for free.

Early-bird until Sept. 15th 2019

Want to secure your early-bird price now? Click the button below.

 

Sarah Peyton, author of Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Restore Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing, is an international speaker and facilitator, a CNVC Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication;  an experienced facilitator of Family Constellation work.

She speaks and writes internationally on the confluence of NVC, Constellation work, and the world of neuroscience research, guest lectures at the International Systemic Constellations Association (ISCA) Intensive at Bernried, Germany (’14, ’15, ’16); has been a regular contributor to the Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS) journal and currently contributes to The Knowing Field journal. In 2015 she published a chapter on Constellations and Health in the German book, Salutogenesis, edited by Stephan Hausner.