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Talking less, getting more? An experimental Workshop
In every day communication we often start talking without having really thought to an end what we want to say. And often our counterpart replies right away, or even while we are still talking. This might be a bit unpolite, but it is very common and doesn’t really hurt.
However, what happens, if we take much more time? If we refine what we want to say into a short, clear statement and “shut up” afterwards? And what changes, if we fully listen, without already preparing our answer in mind while the other is still talking? What effect does it have, if we try to stay connected with our bodies, and talk and listen from an “embodied” perspective?
Let’s try it out. I will provide some impulses and a bit of structure and then let’s see what we experience and observe. I am looking forward to having a interesting journey and exchange with you.
About Michael Vogler
Michael Vogler, based West of Munich, Alexander pupil since 1995, trained in Berlin 2002-2005; talks too much, but when he stops, interesting things happen 🙂
Teaching AT in private practice and at the Leopold Mozart Centre, Augsburg; Somatic Experiencing Practitioner; Civil Engineer;
Dinghy and Yacht sailing in my spare time
See also: Michael Vogler – Presenter Detail Page
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
14:30 h - 15:45 h (2.30pm-3.45pm)
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3003A
AT Principles and Procedures||Everyday Activities||Communication/Verbal Skills