On this Wednesday, April 10, 12-1pm PT, join Dr. Jessica Tartaro and Zachary Robison for a FREE Lunchtime Webinar to meet them, hear about how they got connected to Authentic Relating activities, and learn more about their training on how to teach Authentic Relating Games.
If you are interested in the Authentic Relating Games training, join this webinar for a preview. The training is in Port Townsend, WA, May 3-5.
Get your questions answered about the upcoming course and explore!
To join the webinar, please click this link at 10 minutes before the hour. The webinar will take place at https://zoom.us/j/887994952.
All the details about the training are at this Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/403670653719157
Read on below for much of the information.
ABOUT AUTHENTIC RELATING
Authentic Relating is about what is real and now. It's about what you are feeling and experiencing in your bodily felt sense. It's about your actual thoughts and emotions in the moment, whether they be scared, joyful, sad, etc. It's about the nature of connectedness when you look into the eyes of another being. Authentic Relating is a growing movement with communities around the globe gathering to connect and enrich our human experience. The two most common AR activities are Transformational Games & Circling. (https://www.authrev.com/worldwide-connection & http://www.circlinginstitute.com/circling/what-is-circling/)
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
Dr. Jessica Tartaro is an Intimacy Therapist & Connection Facilitator with nearly 20 years experience working with individuals, couples and groups. Former Fulbright scholar, she has traveled the world conducting research on growth through trauma as well as studying with leaders in the authentic relating and circling movements. Her gift lies in embodying vulnerability as an invitation for you to find the most authentic, alive, vital and creative parts of yourself through which to connect with others. www.DrJessicaTartaro.com.
Zachary Robison is a lead facilitator and facilitator trainer who enjoys creating a space of self-exploration that primarily focuses on cultivating interpersonal skills. He has a laid back, playful leadership style balanced by a desire to hold space for whatever depth arises. In leading games in many different areas of life such as schools, businesses, festivals, summer camps, and leadership workshops, Zach has learned how to embrace what is real in any moment and have that be where we connect. He is a practicing Life Coach in the Houston area, a massage therapist, and a regular facilitator of a weekly Authentic Relating Games night every Sunday evenings.
Laureli Shimayo will be assisting at this event. Laureli has been leading Authentic Relating events for about 4 years with Authentic Portland and Authentic Seattle. To learn more about Laureli, go to www.LaureliShimayo.com.