Social Presencing Theater – basic workshop mit Arawana Hayashi in Wien

Eine Veranstaltung im Partner_innen Netzwerk von apsys.raum

Termin: Montag, 25. – Mittwoch, 27. Januar 2016

About the Workshop
Social Presencing Theater is a method created by the Presencing Institute that enables individuals
and groups to experience their current reality more clearly and to allow them to move into a saner,
more compassionate future. This workshop provides basic training in applying embodiment
practices and Social Presencing Theater in leadership and change work. It is designed for facilitators,
activists, consultants, performing artists and anyone interested in creativity and social change.
Workshop participants practice basic movement forms in „The Art of Making a True Move,“ to
synchronize mind and body and to engage in co-creative processes with the „social body.“ These
invite participants to embody „presencing“ as it relates to the change theory called Theory U. By
using nonverbal practices to inquire into „stuck“ situations in one’s personal and organizational life,
surprising insights and possibilities arise.

Please Note
This workshop is open to everyone and no prior experience in Theory U or in movement are
necessary. Participants may find it helpful to have some familiarity with the Theory U model. An
overview can be found in the Presencing website

Arawana Hayashi
Arawana’s pioneering work as a choreographer, performer and educator is deeply
sourced in collaborative improvisation. She currently heads the creation of Social
Presencing Theater (SPT) for the Presencing Institute. Working with Otto Scharmer and
colleagues at the Presencing Institute, she brings her background in the arts,
meditation and social justice to creating “social presencing” that makes visible both
current reality and emerging future possibilities. For more information, visit

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Termin: Montag, 25. – Mittwoch, 27. Januar 2016

Leitung: Arawana Hayashi


Ort: Shambhala Meditationszentrum, Stiftgasse 15-17, 1070 Vienna