[In English] 12 Characters In Search Of An Apocalypse – Spain
Climate change is real. How is it for you to live your everyday life knowing that?
This event will offer time for honesty and for empathy: to be with others, listening and expressing with respect and care, honouring life and grief.
Using the words of the 12 characters as seeds for our own exploration, we will have a chance to engage with any thoughts and feelings which arise in relation to these complex and troubled times.
Join us for an evening of listening and expressing with respect and care.
Tapas and refreshments afterwards.
When: 27 March 2019, 19:00-21:00 (CET)
Where: Spain, Casa de Acogida Pepe Bravo, C/ SÁNCHEZ RIVAS 36, 29567 Alozaina
Cost: Suggested donation €3-5 in support of the social enterprise project of Casa Pepe Bravo.
The trainers: Lis O’Kelly & Nicole Schindler
Lis O’Kelly – UK based mother of 4 sons and grandmother of 4 adorable grandchildren. I am a lover of life, our natural world, art, singing, Nonviolent Communication (NVC). Most recently I am learning about restorative systems. I love to connect with others and to learn. I facilitate an art group for children and adults where through art we explore NVC principles. Together with Nicole Schindler, I am part of ‘NVChicas’, a project which aims to bring ’12 characters in Search of an apocalypse’ to communities in Spain.
Nicole Schindler – Exiled from Chile at age 3, I have lived, studied and worked in Bulgaria, France, Germany, UK and Spain, learning to cope with change and resilience. After an extensive experience in arts and business, 10 years ago, I started to focus on education and awareness studying Active Education and Nonviolent Communication. Currently, I share NVC with groups in different languages, in the Malaga province, mainly to parents, teachers and children. My passions are my family, nature, community, healthy living, piano, singing and neuroscience. I love supporting people in their journey into transformation, wholeness, creativity and self love.