Emerson Village, Forest Row, East Sussex
Monday 18 October to Friday 22 October 2010

Facilitators: Vivian Gladwell and Sharon Usher
with Judith Hemming on 21-22 October

Wherever we go and whether we know it or not, we are carrying stories, about family and friends, about relationships at work and in our community. Sometimes one or more of these stories get stuck. Constellations offers a simple and beautiful way of un-sticking some of our stories – through the very simple use of space and observation.

By being present, playful and connected to ourselves, we unravel our relationships to others.

This course offers a space to play and explore our stories about family and friends, about relationships at work and in our community.

Judith Hemming from will join us for 2 out of the 5 days. Together we will research what voices can be given to the clown within the work of systemic constellations.

If you want to know more – click here.

What the course offers
You will be introduced to the principles of systemic constellations and to clowning. We will witness how stories emerge in the living spaces between actors and audience, how the clown offers a redemptive quality and how constellations can address our stories safely and personally.

Both clowning and constellations invite us to enter the unknown, to connect to the world with our emotions and to explore what it means to be human. We unravel the sense of our relationships to others simply through being present, playful and connected to ourselves.
The course offers a space to play and explore your stories – lightly, playfully and with depth.

Date and time:
Course starts on Monday 18 October 2010 - 14h30 (after lunch at 13h00 which is included)
finishes on Friday 22 October 2010 - 14h30 (after lunch)

Price: £550 inclusive of accommodation and all meals

Venue: Emerson Village, Forest Row, East Sussex

To book: £120 non-returnable deposit secures your place.

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***The first three bookings get a reduction of £50, the next three, a reduction of £35 and the next three, a reduction £20.

Vivian Gladwell is the founder of Nose to Nose. Since 1988, Vivian has worked internationally as a modern day Court Jester and facilitator. He performs at business events and conferences. His teaching has introduced many to discover the transformative power of play and humour. His particular interest has been into how to apply the insights of clowning to different professional fields such as medicine, teaching and business practice.

Sharon Usher is one of the original Nose to Nose facilitators and has also facilitated Community Building workshops (M Scott Peck) since 1993. She has studied approaches to systemic work, including constellations, and works as an organisational consultant and ‘social clown’ at business conferences.

Judith Hemming has extensive experience as a Gestalt psychotherapist and as a teacher in broader education. Judith trained in constellations work with its founder, Bert Hellinger, and others in the early 1990s. She has since become a leading expert in systemic approaches, and is recognised internationally for her pioneering work with organisations, communities and governments. She was previously a director of the Nowhere Foundation which has supported Moving Constellations ( Moving Constellations offers its own unique range of practice and training, both in the UK and internationally.