Embodied Mindfulness


Morgan Llewellyn

Danielle Laferrière

Danielle Laferrière, graduated from Fine Art School of Montreal in 1969 and worked in the field of Graphic Arts for 15 years.

Her path led her to osteopathy where she graduated and focussed as a body-mind therapist and a teacher of mindfulness.

Danielle has taught Qi Gong and Chinese Energetic for over 30 years.

She is a certified Hakomi therapist and Trainer, mentored by Ron Kurtz and Donna Martin. She sees the Hakomi method as a thread that ties oriental wisdom with current western appreciation of how the mind and body relate.

She feels this relationship of east and west supports accessing our best qualities and helps us express our power and nourish our capacity to heal.

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Hersh Gottheil

Hersh has been a practicing counsellor and therapist since 1987.
He holds a Certificate in Adult Education and Counselling from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education where he trained in Psychosynthesis, Group Process and Art Therapy. In 1988 he moved to Ashland Oregon and trained with Ron Kurtz for six months. Meditation is also part of his life. Hersh is a Certified Hakomi Trainer, works with individuals, couples and groups and teaches in Hakomi trainings. His home is in Saint-Sauveur Quebec (where the road ends and the forest begins) where he lives with his wife Danielle, practices a mindful relationship with nature and collaborates teaching The Hakomi Method.

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