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about hakomi

Hakomi is a gentle yet powerful, body-centered form of self-study and transformation. The process is based in mindfulness, loving presence, and an unwavering faith in the organic healing power within each individual.

How Hakomi Can Help You

Hakomi is known for being highly effective for resolving trauma and unconscious patterns developed in childhood.

Hakomi helps bring conscious awareness to unconscious beliefs about ourselves and the world around us. We gain insight into our own behaviors and also into the way we are relating to others (and why they’re responding to us the way they are).

Hakomi can be extremely helpful in addressing emotional distress, repetitive relationship challenges, and areas of our life where we are ready for a breakthrough.

Other practical ways Hakomi can change your life:

•    Release addictive or stuck patterns, without depending on your willpower
•    Transform emotions gently and effectively
•    Support an easy shift in limiting or negative core beliefs
•    Heal and nurture your inner child
•    Experience profound personal freedom and growth

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What Does a Hakomi Session Look Like?

Hakomi sessions can be done in-person or via Skype.

We begin each session with some brief conversation about what you’d like support with. Then we move into a space of mindfulness and loving presence, where you can access your authentic self and receive the resources needed to move forward in a new way.

A session usually lasts an hour to an hour and a half.

I would love to support you in creating positive shifts in your life.
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A note of gratitude to:
Ron Kurtz who first developed Hakomi
My teachers, Adama Hamilton, Marina McDonald, Maru Serrano and Georgia Marvin