Hand 2 Heart - Practitioner Symposium & Knowledge Share
Systems Thinking Therapy has partnered with therapist Angie Holsten, RMT to offer a pilot opportunity to the surrounding health & wellness community in order to:
-grow our connections,
-experience healing through sessions,
-gather around delicious, nutritious food,
-share resources and educational materials,
-present research projects & findings,
-learn techniques, models and practices,
-hold a space to run presentations, a demo class, give expertise, stories and methods,
-expand our clientele networks,
-build associate circles and referral programs
with the purpose to deepen & strengthen our relations to one another with compassion, interdisciplinary approach, and inclusive value - not compete or stay exclusive!
We all give and we all receive!
Nutritious eats are encouraged to be brought.
Tea, coffee and a seasonal heliotrope snack will be provided!
Investment to be part of this practitioner symposium and knowledge gathering is just $12/person to help cover organization, coordination, some food & drink and the space.
Program TBA once we have enough registrants, presenters/facilitators, and practitioner sessions offered.
**To apply to become a presenter, facilitator or offer sessions as a practitioner, you can send your proposal, presentation, class plan or services information (including space, equipment and setting requirements) to this Page through a message. Selections will be made based on
1. diversity (in relation to other applicants)
2. niche expertise (how rare & specific this is to our region)
3. with a focus on professional practitioners or those working in a clinical setting or in healthcare.
Sales products will not be accepted at this time. We only have 8 hours, so only 8 spots to fill, so we won't be able to feature everyone who attends. If there is enough interest, we can run another symposium.
Registration is through messaging this Page and upon receiving cash payment. Private location to be given once registration is complete. Thank you for respecting our privacy with intentions to keep this event genuine, intimate and not flashy/dogmatic or marketing-focused like an expo.