Hakomi is a mindfulness-based, body-centred form of self-study. It is an approach that is used by psychotherapists and bodyworkers, teachers, social workers, and other supporting professionals. It’s a relatively fast and effective method which helps to gently reveal and transform underlying beliefs and habitual patterns that organize how someone experiences life.

Hakomi is for people who want to become more conscious and internally spacious, less reactive, more emotionally well, and have healthier relationships.

The word “Hakomi” is from the Hopi Indian culture, and has been borrowed to describe the distinctive approach to body-inclusive psychotherapy developed in the USA by therapist and author Ron Kurtz, who began this work in the 1970s.

Hakomi Experiential Psychotherapy is a mindfulness-based approach to self-understanding. Much more than a method or set of techniques, Hakomi is a way of looking at the world that is compassionate, mindful, curious, non-invasive, humorous and respectful.


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