What will I learn in Level III and the Masterclass? In the first two days of this training you will learn Metaphors of Movement level III material, which has been
What will I learn in Level III and the Masterclass?
In the first two days of this training you will learn Metaphors of Movement level III material, which has been updated and refined over the last 3 years (when Andy last taught level 3 in Boulder). The second 2 days of training will be an Advanced Metaphors of Movement Masterclass. This will feature client demonstrations both with people from outside, and within, the group. In these sessions Andy will demonstrate how he works start to finish with a client, how he elicits multiple metaphors in a single session, and how he weaves in isomorphic metaphorical stories that match the metaphoric elements represented in the client’s metaphors. The Masterclass will also include new updates from the last year of evolution of this method.
Who can attend level III and the Masterclass?
Anyone who has attended Metaphors of Movement level I & II with Andy Austin or Mark Andreas (Andy’s online program “Metaphors in my Attic” is level I, but if you haven’t taken a live level I training, we encourage you to do so, as this will give you valuable experience guiding participants through the basic MoM process, and additional practice with idioms). If you still need level I and II background, you can sign up for level I and II with Mark Andreas (January 31 – February 3, 2020).
$595 early bird rate (ends November 30th)
Schedule & Dates: April 24-27, 2020, in Boulder, Colorado (Friday – Monday)
Friday-Sunday: 9:30am–6:00 pm
Monday: 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.
This training is DEFINITE and has limited space, so sign up when you’re able, and you can go ahead with travel arrangements.
april 24 (Friday) - 27 (Monday) Mountain Pacific
Andrew T. AustinAndrew T. Austin is a neurolinguist and clinical hypnotherapist, and a registered nurse with experience in neurology. He has been teaching therapeutic methodologies since 1996 and has acquired a sizeable reputation with his developments of Metaphors of Movement and Integral Eye Movement Therapy. He also specializes in the treatment of Phantom Limb Pain and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.