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April Masterclass


Honouring Consent, Enhancing Listening

Have you ever felt the disconnect when someone gives you well-meaning advice, but it’s just not what you want or need in that moment?  Sometimes, all we crave is to express ourselves without feeling pressured to be "fixed".  

And yet, everyone who has found their way to this page has an urge to change and grow, and listening to the people who know you best is a great way to do that. 

How can we genuinely listen without the urge to immediately fix?

When and how should we prioritize seeking consent before offering feedback? 

Explore the art of understanding your vulnerabilities and effectively expressing your needs.

Learn to cultivate an open mind and body to receive feedback gracefully, separating your self worth from the words being shared.  

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Overview and important questions


Why you would want to join

Join us as we embark on a journey of building awareness and sensitivity to our own needs and the needs of those around us, embracing the art of giving and receiving feedback as a catalyst for personal growth and deeper connections.  


This interactive session is designed to provide you the experiential taste of both sides - the art of giving feedback with consent, and receiving feedback without becoming defensive. 


Let’s gain insight into the intentions behind our desire to give or receive feedback, fostering inner clarity.  


Let’s cultivate sensitivity to ensure that our feedback is embraced, rather than imposed upon others.


Let’s consider the profound difference between being resistant or receptive to someone else's words. 


Engaging in the exchange of feedback with those we hold in high regard is vital for our journey of personal and professional development.  Approaching this process with a grounded sense of clarity and ease holds immense value, enriching not just your own journey, but also fostering deeper relationships with the people around us.


In short:

  • Gain clarity on the intention of feedback

  • Understand the different responses - listening, deepening understanding, offering advise, fixing, etc.   

  • Learn embodied tools to support listening and receiving feedback alike


Why the focus on embodiment?

As most of our human experience cannot be reduced to a rational or cognitive level, especially when face with challenging experiences, we want to look beyond.


Learning to set boundaries often connects to a sense of needing to defend oneself against a threat and hence comes with a strong emotional and psycho-physiological reality. Thinking your way out of scenarios and an activation based on a perceived threat is near impossible. Therefore we will begin there.

The physical is also the easiest level to approach with concrete tools. It is more impactful to include and start with the body. 


What you will walk away with

The ability to establish or feel out a consensual frame for giving feedback that ensures the feedback actually lands on fertile ground.

Embodied tools to shift into appropriate states of receptivity and enhance your capacity to listen and receive feedback without taking it overly personal. 

Communication tools ​to gain clarity needs and intentions within the context of feedback.

Enhanced skill to access your own intentions for giving feedback and shifting into a place of "being in service to".


What we do NOT offer
  • Smart tools to get your way and disguise your desire to be right/ superior/ know better as well intended advise for the other

  • Robotic lists of "when A then always B" type of instructions

  • Enlightenment

  • Trauma healing or group therapy


Instead, you'll discover the art of embracing your beautifully human self, with all your wonderful quirks and imperfections, amidst the unfavourable emotions and stories the mind creates.


No superhero capes or mystical powers—just genuine strategies for a more loving and accepting experience on this earth.

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I wanna join, how does it work?


Sign up via our form to participate in the class and receive the recording link.

Live Call

Receive the Zoom link in your email to join the 90 minute live call and participate with your questions and insights.


After the call you will receive another Email with the recording link which will stay available for free for one week. 

Keep connected

We will run these free events about once a month so keep your eyes out for a mail and other channels to sign up again.

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Hosted by

Flouer & Christina

Both, trained trauma aware Embodiment Facilitators, sharing a love for dance and deep passion to uncover and challenge relational patterns to create more fulfilling relationships and lives.

More about the facilitators

Flouer Evelyn

Flouer (pronounced “flower”) is an Embodiment Facilitator and partner dance instructor dedicated to helping people navigate the many relationships in their lives, beginning with the relationship to oneself. 


She has a warm and encouraging approach to coaching, fostering growth through a blend of acceptance, integrity, and effective boundary setting. 


Since 2010 Flouer has traveled the world facilitating experiences through Asia, Australia, North America and Europe.  She is a graduate of both the University and Mentee programs at Embodiment Unlimited, and takes pleasure in integrating the company's tools with her own modalities.


Though she was born and raised American, between her travels for teaching she can be found spending quality time with her husband at home in Turin, Italy.

Christina Dohr

Christina is an Embodiment Coach and Facilitator, passionate contact improvisation practitioner and movement lover. 

As a coach she creates compassionate spaces to explore and understand emotions and patterns to unlock the key to living a more fulfilling life.


Born in Germany, currently based in Thailand, she has embraced a largely nomadic life and offers workshops and classes around the world. Always adding humour and lightheartedness to the deep inquiries.

She daws on her own quest to know, trust and express herself more fully, and a vast amount of practices she found along the way including meditation, dance, embodied movement, breath, Aikido and neo-tantra, communication practices. 

Her motto is get out of the head and into the body to find your inner strength and peace.

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