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RELATIONSHIPS


The Pop-Up workshop for men and women
with Nick Clements and Cate MacKenzie
Saturday 3rd June, 2017 10 till 5
Larches House, 1 Rectory Lane, Edgware HA8 7LF
£60, £50 early bird, £45 concessions


An invitation to join us in this playful and deep day workshop at which men and women (couples very welcome) will share their experiences. Given that personal development is fuel for relationships with partners, and seeing how relationships can support service to the wider community, let’s get busy.

You will be able to cut the ties that bind you to past relationships, and by doing so let in the possibility of renewal.
You will mutually support others who are on a similar path, who need to be heard, healed and honoured, just like you.
You will experience the importance of humour and creativity in these processes, and be able to create beauty.
You will create unique tools from your innate wisdom which will enhance your interactions and bring more simplicity and ease into your life. Amongst these we will use ‘bridging’, which allows deep listening and attunement to another.

Nick Clements is the father of two children in their late twenties, and was married for over 26 years. He is an inspirational speaker, workshop leader, ceremonialist, storyteller and creativity expert. Additionally he is a guide and coach for men facilitating the creation of emotional links to family and friends, as well as positive and supportive relationships with women and children. He has lived and worked with indigenous peoples from around the world, particularly working with boys and men on rites of passage. He recently completed a trilogy of books on male spirituality, which underpin his pop-up conferences and workshops on masculinity in the UK.
www.nick-clements.com

Cate Mackenzie is the love columnist for Spirit and Destiny magazine and is a Psychosexual Therapist, Couples Counsellor and Love Coach. She is married has been running groups since 1993 in six countries and been featured on Channel 4, The Guardian and the Telegraph. Her passion lies in conscious relating and how to help people connect from their hearts. www.catemackenzie.com