Imagine this scenario:
Someone comes towards you, arms outstretched, saying “do you want a hug?”
Ask yourself: who is this hug for? Have they decided for you that you need a hug? Or is it that they actually want a hug themselves?
We all encounter situations like this every day, and often we feel pressured into an exchange we don’t really want. The Wheel Of Consent can help you change this.
I am a certified member of the School of Consent, offering approved training developed by Dr Betty Martin, the creator of the Wheel Of Consent. With a background in coaching, I create safe, gentle, and engaging environments. Choice and the needs of the individual are at the centre of each learning experience I facilitate, whether in a group, a partnership, or with an individual.
Based near the Scottish Highlands, I offer workshops throughout the UK, and one-to-one coaching in Scotland and London.
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21 October 2018 – Findhorn, Scotland. A ‘hands-on’ 1-day introductory workshop, exploring the essentials of the Wheel Of Consent
6 November 2018, London
Learning 4 different ways to touch – an evening workshop for men who like to touch men.
17-18 November, Aberdeen. Learn a simple, powerful navigational tool to bring choice and clarity to your interactions; Empower yourself to trust and value your own needs; Create the foundations for satisfying connection to your authentic self, and to other people.
So tell me what you want, what you really, really want… When it comes to what you genuinely desire are you able to accept it, or does it feel a bit like opening Pandora’s gift-box?
Every day we endure so many things we don’t really want – from adverts to other peoples’ behaviour. The question is: ‘how can I learn to allow things to happen in a way which feels right for me’?
Is your service with a smile, or do you have a hidden agenda? How good are you at giving a gift with absolutely no strings attached? And how much recognition do you want for giving it?
From Black Friday sales to land grabs in the Amazon, most of us would probably say there’s too much taking going on in the world. Taking has become a dirty word. But it doesn’t have to be…