TAE as an invitation for the ‘self-evolution’ of our humanity

Human beings are experts in life and living. Each one of us has innate sensitivities, and unique kinds of ways for listening to creation and to the ‘unknown’. 

We are a creative process, which manifests itself through each one of us in a particular way. This is our ‘soul-print' that has been with us from the moment of our birth and perhaps even before that…(for generations, since ancient times…)

TAE can help explicate our deepest ‘implicit knowing’ that inspires our journey in this world, as part of the mystery of who we are. 

Workshop Time and Date:

Sunday, December 18th:  6:30pm-8:30pm Jerusalem / 4:30pm - 6:30pm London / 11:30am - 1:30pm New York / 8:30am - 10:30am Vancouver

I want to participate in the Workshop

Please write to us if in need of financial assistance shakio.org@gmail.com

The Facilitators

Dana Ganihar M.Sc, is a Coordinator and a Certified Focusing Professional living in Israel and teaching Focusing and the Philosophy of the Implicit for 15 years. She has also been developing and teaching for many years ‘Felt reading’ of A Process Model, the seminal book of philosopher and psychologist Eugene Gendlin. Dana is an Adjacent Lecturer in the Architecture Department of the Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology, where she teaches TAE and a course on “Focusing in the Design Studio”. She also teaches TAE as an interdisciplinary course, in the Academic and Technology College of Tel-Hai.

Baruch Brenner,  Artist, theater director, actor, singer, facilitator of creative processes and rabbi. Baruch is a certified focusing trainer. Baruch Was for three years a research fellow in Italy at the Work Center - Jerzy Grotowski. Baruch ran the Center for Research and Creativity for about 20 years, including 4 years at the Vertigo Cultural Laboratory in the Ecological Art Village. Over the years, Brenner has directed and performed in many productions in theater, film and various musical ensembles and won the Margalit Award, the FIFA Award 2009 and the Minister of Education Award.

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