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Pelvic-Heart Integration® Certification Training 2017 in Hungary
30th October 2017 @ 10:00 am - 3rd November 2017 @ 5:00 pm€650
3-YEAR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM IN PELVIC HEART INTEGRATION®
ICPIT offers a 3- Year Certification Training in Pelvic-Heart Integration® (600+ hours) given by certified ICPIT-trainers in Pelvic-Heart Integration®. If you are interested to take such a training, please send your request to the ICPIT-secretariat.
For Whom: For all interested people and practitioners in the field, interested to increase their level of experience, skill and understanding of psychosexual bodymind work. For people interested in Personal Development. For therapists in the field of Body Psychotherapy (Students and practitioners in Postural Integration®, Energetic Integration®, Core Energetics, Bodymind Therapy, Hakomi, Gestalt Therapy, Reichian oriented Therapies, Body Therapy (Shiatsu, Massage, Movement Education, etc.)
Entry Criteria: Minimum of 50 Hours of Personal Development Sessions/ Experiential Work/ Emotional Process Work (Individual or Group), Experience with Body Psychotherapy, Bodymind Integration, Bodywork, Systemic Work
ICPIT offers Introductory Workshops in PHI (3 to 5 days). Upcoming events are planned in Belgium (Brussels/Ghent), Austria, Italy, Germany, Estonia, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, USA, Hungary,…
Come join us for this extraordinary and transformative training
Pelvic-Heart Integration® is a Western way to overcome the split between sexuality and love, the masculine and the feminine, the genitals and the heart, within the person and through trans-generational work.
The Method was developed by Jack Painter, Ph.D. and auspiced by ICPIT (The International Council of PsychoCorporal Integration Trainers, founded by Dr. Painter in 1988)
Throughout our lives we separate our sexuality from the feelings of our heart over and over again. While we run away from our deep feelings of our broken hearts, we are investing a lot of energy in our sexual recognition. The way we separate love and sex from each other, is reflected in our body. The connection between the heart and pelvis allows us to see our natural rhythm of pleasure and excitement, thus connecting our male and female side in us. The simultaneous work with breathing, touch, movement, feelings and thoughts brings the energy between the heart and pelvis to flow and opens us to love ourselves and others.
IN PELVIC-HEART INTEGRATION® YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to use the breath to access new levels of excitement with or without a partner
- How to identify characteristic patterns and blocks to the free flow of orgasmic energy and how these blocks are related to body types and personality types
- How to identify the origin of these sexual blocks and how to release them on physical, energetic, and emotional levels
- How to free yourself from old, dysfunctional patterns and become a mature, self-validating individual
- How to use pelvic-heart bodywork to release trauma and to increase orgasmic pleasure
Mag. Elisabeth Renner (A) is a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Body Psychotherapist living in Graz, Austria. She graduated from University of Vienna where she did her post graduate clinical work and later studied with Jack Painter for more than 10 years. She is an accredited ICPIT-TRAINER for Postural Integration®, Energetic Integration® and Pelvic-Heart Integration®. Elisabeth has her private office in Graz and offers annual trainings and workshops through out Europe in PI, EI and PHI. Every year Elisabeth also offers a body & nature wisdom seminar in Hawaii… when on island, she loves to swim with wild Spinner dolphins and Humpback whales!
Dirk Marivoet (B), Dirk is a registered psychotherapist (member of EAP, EABP, BVP-ABP, WAPCEPC), and a licenced Psychomotor Therapist and PT in mental health (member of VVPMT). He is the general-secretary at ICPIT, director and founder of the Institute for Bodymind Integration in Ghent(B), trainer for Postural, Energetic and PHI psychotherapy. He worked at the University of Leuven for many years (Psychiatric Centers and Faculty for Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences). He also studied under John Pierrakos, co-founder of Bio-Energetics and Core-Energetics and is a teacher and supervisor at the Netherlands Institute for Core-Energetics (NICE). Shamanic Training (Lakota, Druid, Tibetan). Father of two.
Martina Möbius (A), Martina is a certified Pelvic-Heart Integration® practitioner. She is the Helper-Trainer in this training. She is also a certified practitioner in Shiatsu, Babyshiatsu and Shiatsu for Children. A Life and Social Consultant, a graduated Social Worker and a graduated nurse and nurse teacher. Martina is an expert for body awareness and enriching sexuality. She loves to explore the adventure of partnership and sexuality and to fully live it in a loving way with her husband and her two sons. She lives close to the border – to herself and to Hungary;-)
Carmine Piroli (I), Clinical Psychologist – Psychotherapist. Lives and works in Rome, where he is born. Author of “Il corpo integrato. Teorie e tecniche psicocorporee nella psicoterapia e nel counselling”. Studied with Jack W. Painter. Certified ICPIT trainer in Pelvic-Heart Integration®, Postural Integration® and Energetic Integration®. Works for ASPIC (Università Populare di Counseling – Scuola Superiore Europea di Counseling in Rome) where he leads seminars and trainings in “IL CORPO CHE CURA IL CORPO.” Carmine is a warmhearted person and trainer with a broad interest in culture, literature, science and society and he loves sports, time close to the sea, walks in mountains and fun with people. Carmine is the clinical supervisor of this training.
Dates YEAR 1
Part I : October 30th-November 3rd 2017
Part II: February 14-18th 2018
Part III: May 9-13th 2018
Part I : October 24th -28th 2018
Part II: February 20th -24th 2019
Part III: June 5th -9th 2019
Part I: October 23rd-27th 2019
Part II: March 18th-22nd 2020
Part III: Dates to be fixed
Interested to participate? Please contact:
Dirk Marivoet: email@example.com
Elisabeth Renner: firstname.lastname@example.org