Date & Time
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Have you ever found yourself avoiding a “difficult” conversation with a coworker, employee or business partner about what it is you need whether it’s asking for a performance review, a raise, or a promotion to move onto the next level?
Or while on a sales call with one of your ideal clients, the conversation is going so well until you hear the words, “I have to think about it” or “I can’t afford that right now” or “I have to ask my significant other”, etc.
Or putting off that “talk” with a significant other about what’s been bothering you until something dramatic happens?
If you’re wanting to reframe “difficult conversations” into an opportunity to dance in conversation with others and have more confidence in connecting with individuals, this workshop is for you!
We invite you to push your boundaries and give yourself permission to be raw and visible—this is where impact happens. Join us for a deep dive into connection, joy, and consciousness in community. Using Authentic Relating skills and improvisational acting, attendees will be guided to peel the layers of self to reveal truth, presence, and depth, while uncovering and sharing simmering inner possibilities through playing, connecting, and expressing in this radically authentic way.
An Evening Workshop
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Members $40/ Nonmembers $50
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New York Open Center
Shane Kulman is a transformational guide for sensitive women, men, and children who seek to confidently share their creative gifts in the world. Founder of Enchanted Embodiment and New York’s Awkward Enchanted Coven, Shane is the author of From Anxiety to Ease… The Feminine Way: Activities to Put Yourself at Ease in Under 10 Minutes. Her whole career she has been a specialist in working with sensitive souls. As the founder of Your Beautiful Child, she has helped hundreds of families improve their relationships with their children, especially children with autism. Shane has a master’s in special education from Pace University, and a background in the arts, including theater and dance, and she brings embodiment, authentic relating, and improvisation techniques into all her workshops.