What is Metaphors of Movement? For thousands of years metaphor has been recognized as a powerful tool for human communication and storytelling. Now Andrew T. Austin of the
What is Metaphors of Movement?
For thousands of years metaphor has been recognized as a powerful tool for human communication and storytelling. Now Andrew T. Austin of the UK has developed a sophisticated and fundamentally new model for uncovering and engaging the metaphors we already use. These unconscious metaphors for moving through life impact who we are and what we’re able to do (or not do). Learn not only how to uncover your own metaphors, but how to engage them at a physiological and neurological level — a completely new approach to overcoming stuck states and creating effective movement towards our personal goals. The format of this class will be fun and experiential. Your trainer Mark Andreas will introduce each topic, share some examples, and demonstrate with volunteers in front of the group or with group guided exercises. Then you’ll have a chance to explore and practice each element in smaller groups, followed by group discussion and Q & A.
$560 Early Bird Rate (Ends November 30th)
Special Bonus: Get 50% off a Metaphors of Movement client session with Mark Andreas when you sign up for this level I and II training. These sessions will take place over Skype or Zoom either before or after the training in Boulder. Contact mark here to arrange your session.
Schedule & Dates: January 31 – February 3, 2020 (Friday – Monday).
Fri-Sun: 9:30am–6:00 pm
Mon: 9:30am–5:00 pm
Lunch break of 1.5 hours each day
Please arrive between 9:10 and 9:20 am the first day to sign in.
All Day (Friday) Mountain Pacific
Mark AndreasIn private practice since 2009, I also train NLP around the country and the world. Together with Connirae Andreas, I co-sponsor Andreas NLP Trainings, which hosts innovative trainers and trainings at the growing edge of the NLP field.