Non-Violent Leadership

Do you feel drawn to leadership? Are you a yoga teacher, group facilitator or healer with a message? If so please mark October 19 – 20 on your calendar because you will NOT want to miss this amazing gift! The amazing Mukara Meredith from Matrixworks will be here LIVE to teach us how to work with groups as living systems.

There is such a call in the yoga community these days for nonviolent leadership, and how to implement harm reduction and trauma-informed environments within our classes. Over these two days, you will learn how to effectively create a healthy community for your yoga students to thrive in. This training will take trauma-informed yoga leadership to the next level.

You will learn not only how to set the stage for harm reduction in your classes, but also other crucial skills that are often left unattended, such as:

– how to repair in cases of unintentional harm
– how to create safety and inclusion
– and how to problem solve with the group when chaos inevitably occurs.

Mukara’s down to earth approach is simple yet intuitive. She is committed to creating new cultures of creativity, nourishment, and innovation in workplace relationships by using the power of small groups.

Her work has been at the forefront of introducing cutting-edge neuroscience and brain-function understanding to leaders, managers, and their teams so that they can learn to both access collective intelligence and practice the skills of collaboration and connectivity.

Come join us in October to learn for yourself how to create healthy and thriving group environments!

Dates: October 19th & 20th  2019.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday 9 am – 5 pm*

Location: The Nest Okotoks

Phone: 403-701-9567 (text messages are welcome)

Investment: $333

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“MatrixWorks is the best Leadership Training I have ever taken! It uniquely and pointedly strengthens the basic goodness of each participant, so that leadership skills rest in trustworthy relational ground. From this place of trust, amazing work seems normal and natural.” ~ K P, Clinical Supervisor, Nonprofit, Boulder, CO



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