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Embodying resilience –
accessing inner resolve at difficult times
An introductory Leadership Embodiment workshop with Amanda Ridings
Subud Centre, Perth
Event outline and details (pdf)
About this workshop…This workshop is for all those who wish to develop a steadier presence in the push and pull of life and work, whether you are completely new to Leadership Embodiment practices or have previous experience and wish to reconnect with them. The practices will enhance both your self-leadership and your interactions with others.
Over the day, you can expect to gain insight into your habits and patterns when you’re under pressure and to experience how to change your relationship to demanding or charged circumstances so that you handle them more skilfully.
What to expect…We’ll be moving around and making gentle physical contact with each other on hands and arms. You should wear comfortable clothes and flat, comfortable indoor shoes. Our work will be mainly experiential, with brief opportunities to share learning after each activity.
The workshop take place in the Subud Centre, a 5-minute walk from Perth train station – and parking is also available. We will begin at 9.30am and finish at 5pm.
Practicalities…The fee for the workshop is £150, payable on booking. VAT does not apply as I keep my business small to support balance in my life. The fee is not refundable if you cancel or are unable to attend at short notice. It may be possible to offer you a place on a future workshop - but there’s currently too much uncertainty to commit to this.
Places are limited to twelve - to request a booking form, please email me at
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