Metaphors of Movement
- Live Online -
Relationships and emotional health, including Attachments, Immersions, Supports, Stages and much more…
About the course
What is Level II?
Level 2 completes what you began in level 1. You will learn key additional metaphorical taxonomies not taught in level 1. Knowing what these metaphorical categories mean, and how to work with them, will provide you with the ability to work with any metaphor you encounter. Level 2 is focused particularly on relationships, emotional health, and the stages of life, as well as other aspects not covered in level 1 such as introduction to business and money metaphors, plus more.
Special Bonus: If you like, you can get a 90-min. Metaphors of Movement session with Mark Andreas for the reduced price of $150, after you sign up for this level I training. These sessions will take place over Zoom either before or after the training. Contact Mark here to arrange your session.
Training Dates & Times: February 17-18 & 24-25, 2024 (Saturdays & Sundays)
Each webinar will be 10:00am – 1:30pm, Denver Colorado time
Location: Online using Zoom
What You'll Learn in
Now that you know and have practiced the structure of the Metaphors of Movement process, and learned the most basic metaphor categories, you’ll learn about relational positioning within metaphor, as well as additional key metaphorical categories (taxonomies) and how to work with them differently. The overall theme of level II is that of relationships and emotional health.
Webinars 1 & 2
- Learn about the seven Relational Positions in metaphor: where we stand in relation to something or someone.
- Practice and explore the idioms of Relational Positions.
- Learn about the Hurts metaphors: emotional injury and emotional health.
- Understand what darkness means in a metaphor, and what to do with it.
- The body and physical health metaphors.
- Living Death Metaphor: Not having a life
- Further explore the metaphorical taxonomies learned thus far (including level 1 taxonomies)
- The Supports (environmental): the ground on which we walk.
- The Supports (anatomy and embodiment): supporting one’s self, receiving support, supporting others.
- The Cause: why we stand and what we stand for.
- The Leg Work: the relationship between the body and the ground.
- The Attachments and partial containers: what we’re tied up in, and what holds us back
Webinars 3 & 4
- Introduction to Business and Money Metaphors
- Conceptual Metaphor vs Embodied Metaphor
- Using time-tested models as metaphors for business success.
- The Immersions: What overwhelms us.
- Stage, acting and performance metaphor: the roles we play
- Multiple identities, religion, and God.
Join Us for the Training and See for Yourself!
Mark Andreas is an international trainer of Metaphors of Movement, Core Transformation, Coming to Wholeness, and other NLP and personal transformation seminars. He runs a private practice offering change coaching sessions in Metaphors of Movement (and the above methods) to anyone with a good internet connection and a credit card (www.markandreas.com). Mark’s experience with Metaphors of Movement started at the beginning, when Andrew Austin was first developing the process. AndreasNLP Hosted Andy in Colorado in 2009, where Mark got the opportunity to sit in on one of the first Metaphors of Movement presentations (as well as witnessing individual client sessions) when the process was still in its infancy. As Andy evolved the method, Mark has trained with Andy and/or sat in on personal sessions almost every year since.
Mark is author of “Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree: 61 stories of creative and compassionate ways out of conflict,” and “Waltzing with Wolverines: finding connection and cooperation with troubled teens.”
by Mark Andreas
Waltzing with Wolverines: Finding Connection and Cooperation with Troubled Teens
Available on Amazon! In these pages you’ll find riveting stories illustrating clear principles for achieving success with even the most trying of teenagers. In a job where average length of employment is measured in months, and many last only weeks, Mark Andreas not only survived, but thrived while working round-the-clock with troubled teens. Whether you are a parent, a teacher, a youth leader, or anyone wanting to connect with and support the teens in your life, may this book offer you an enjoyable road map on the journey.