Coming to Calm workshop
Taking time to pause and reflect can make all the difference to how we manage the stresses and strains of daily life.
Experience Mapping is one way of doing just this: pressing pause to take notice of what is happening for us in any given situation. This simple process is taken from The Listening Space book.
In the online Coming to Calm workshop, you’ll learn about this process in a way that is interactive and fun. We’ll be covering:
An overview of how the brain works
Experience Mapping for:
The workshop involves five weekly sessions of 90 minutes. The group size is kept to a maximum of four participants.
There are three upcoming courses (UK time):
Tuesdays, 17.00 - 18.30pm - starting July 27th
Tuesdays, 9.30 - 11.00am - starting August 31st
Wednesdays, 17.00 - 18.30pm - starting October 6th
Cost: £140 (this includes provision of a set of
A5-sized laminated Mapping Mats).
To find out more: contact Tamsin.
"This course has given me a simple, accessible tool that helps you to separate what actually happened in a situation from the meaning you are making of it.
It's now one of my go-to exercises with clients and I've already seen some extraordinary results.
CR – coach
"This course has given me a tool to explore and unpick the ‘dramas’ of everyday life.
It has helped me have more understanding and compassion for myself and others. And I now have more grateful acceptance of things that do go well."
LF – parent
“I signed up for this course because I wanted time and space to process my personal lockdown transition. I got so much more from it than I’d anticipated. Tamsin is a wonderful trainer and facilitator and I feel much more resilient as a result of what she gently taught us through practice.
I am also using Experience Mapping successfully with my coaching clients – in one case it’s now our primary way of working together. I wholeheartedly recommend these workshops – and they are good fun too.”
JR - Coach
Tamsin brought her presence, skills, extensive knowledge, creativity, and sensitivity for this simple, yet deeply profound learning in 'Coming to Calm'. She created a spacious, generous, and compassionate learning experience, which was inclusive of all. I am glad to have had this opportunity to join Tamsin's programme.
Karen Dean MCC