Art & Coaching Workshop

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What does the art you admire know about you?

For once you don’t need to ‘know about’ Art!  In this workshop you will learn to listen to what Art can reveal to you about yourself.  How can your connection with what ‘speaks to you’ reflect your uniqueness and guide you towards the decisions and actions which will lead you to your own fulfillment?

What is the objective?

Woman in a museum for the Art and Coaching Workshop

What will you discover?

Come with a question or preoccupation – looking for a career change, searching for your purpose, dealing with a transition, lost in the woods?

Almost any objective or area of concern you might like to deal with can be informed by the world around you.  It suffices to open yourself to the learning contained in your own affinities.  In this workshop we will explore how our attractions to a particular art object can help in our own self-discovery.

How does it work?

3 hours of immersion in the world of Art at the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum where you will connect with what

Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen, Germany

© Stadtverwaltung Ludwigshafen 2014, Foto: Joachim Werkmeister

speaks to you. No judgment, no intellectualization, simply a ‘time out’ to listen to what reverberates from what is before you.  Under the guidance of structured coaching questions you will interrogate what that piece of art says about what is important to you. You will listen to what is reflected back to you.  This is known as emergent knowledge.

Back in the group you can consider what you have learned and how this new awareness can contribute to the choices you make and the actions you decide to put into place.  You will be planting the seeds for a project or solution which is all yours.

So like Alice through the Looking Glass – join us for a morning of adventure and self-discovery!



Thursday, June 8th

10:30 – 13:30


Berliner Straße 23, 67059 Ludwigshafen, Germany

Investment: €55 + VAT = €65

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