We explore and practice another of the most powerfully life-changing skills we can hone to make life more wonderful inside and out: Empathy. Empathy is not something we give to the other person, it is our own respectful understanding of another’s humanity and experience, which supports our own centered space (Zero), without resistance or dependence on another’s experience.
We have a few requests:
Please no dogs unless you leave them in your car.
Lower your voice if you are entering after the class has started.
Park in the cul-de-sac if possible since parking is limited on our driveway.
And since it is now dark by 6:30, bring a flashlight.
We offer this in the spirit of compassionate giving and receiving.
Need directions? Click here or call us at 505-228-8734.
Mediation Dojo- Fridays in Kihei
Please join us FRIDAYS to learn skills for navigating conflict and supporting those in conflict. Mediation skills lead to understanding and collaboration rather than disconnection or caving. No previous NVC or mediation experience required. Message us to rsvp. Mahalo!
Restorative Practices Dialogue
Nonviolent Communication for the Next Generation will present Restorative Practices Conference *Pono for Our Community* taking place at Walter J. Cameron Center on Tuesday, July 16,5:30-8:30pm, and featuring Joe Brummer, a trainer, mediator, speaker and facilitator of Nonviolent Communication and Restorative Justice.
For over 10 years Joe has offered training in mediation, restorative practices/justice, conflict management, and communication all over the country. Currently he is in 39 Connecticut schools where he implements and oversees Restorative Justice programs. Joe has become well respected worldwide for his workshops based on Nonviolent Communication.
Nonviolent Communication for the Next Generation is proud to bring Restorative Practices Community Dialogue to Walter J. Cameron Center for the the beginning introspective look at how Restorative Practices can be integrated in Maui County Justice Systems and Academic School Programs. . Restorative Practices Community Dialogue will focus on Trauma-informed restorative practices highlighting Nonviolent Communication & mediation skills. Please attend and help us begin our dialogue on creating peace in our classrooms & community; Move from a punishment paradigm to Restoring Relationship & making it right .
The event is free and open to the public.