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Tag Archive: paul linden

Brighton – Bodywork for Coaches, Trainers and Therapists Intensive – with Paul Linden, assisted by Mark Walsh, 14th-17th Sept 2017

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Brighton – Masterclass in Embodiment For Trainers & Coaches with Paul Linden, 13th Sept 2017

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Brighton – Bodywork for Coaches, Trainers and Therapists Intensive – with Paul Linden, assisted by Mark Walsh , 27 – 31 July 2016

"Power without love is brutal and destructive; love without power is weak and ineffective." - Paul Linden Sadly this is really likely the last time, master embodiment trainer Paul Linden will be teaching his full "hands-on" bodywork system, with an emphasis on how it can be ...

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Brighton – Masterclass in Embodiment For Trainers & Coaches with Paul Linden, 26 July 2016

This is an intermediate to advanced training for experienced practitioners who wish to improve the range and rigour of their work with the body with a master practitioner before he falls off that branch. Paul writes: “The ordinary way to get  to expertise is to practice ...

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Brighton – Bodywork for Coaches, Trainers and Therapists Intensive – with Paul Linden, assisted by Mark Walsh , 29 July – 2 August 2015

"Power without love is brutal and destructive; love without power is weak and ineffective." - Paul Linden For the first and sadly likely the last time, master embodiment trainer Paul Linden will be teaching his full "hands-on" bodywork system, with an emphasis on ...

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Brighton – Masterclass in Embodiment For Trainers & Coaches with Paul Linden, 28 July 2015

This is an intermediate to advanced training for experienced practitioners who wish to improve the range and rigour of their work with the body with a master practitioner before he falls off that branch. Paul writes: “The ordinary way to get  to expertise is to practice ...

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