Events

Courses and Events

Apogeniks is a new and evolving system with an extremely large ‘territory’ of subjects.  As feedback appears from participants additional specific courses will be arranged to work with areas that are of particular interest.

At present the aim is to introduce the work and provide an opportunity for regular practice sessions.

Introduction to Apogeniks

Venue : The Hub, New Quay Lane, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1BJ
Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Dates:

Saturday, 20 January 2018
Saturday 3 February 2018
Saturday 17 February 2018
Saturday 3 March 2018

Cost:  £100

Apogeniks Practice evenings

Venue : The Hub, New Quay Lane, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1BJ
Every two weeks, from 7pm to 10pm

Monday 22nd January
Monday 5th February
Monday 19th February
Monday 5th March
Monday 19th March

Donations welcome.

About the Courses

Introduction to Apogeniks

This introductory course is a one day workshop for people completely new to the Apogenik method.

The aim is, through a variety of activities, for you to understand how changes of behaviour happen and thereby discover the Apogenik Method for yourself.

The Apogenik Method is the most essential skill to learn.  Its purpose is to generate feedback of exactly the right type to provoke a change of behaviour, and with some practice will work within 15 -20 seconds. Once you can use this, it opens the door to a vast area of exploration and experimentation.  We call the method ‘Apogenesis’.

By the end of the course the hope is that you will be able to use the method with some confidence, so you can practice it on your own.

The activities involved will include a fair amount of gentle movement, as feedback is usually quite rapid and results obvious.

The course runs from 9:30am to 5pm, and includes tea, and a vegetarian lunch by the Hive pop-up cafe.

Apogeniks Practice Evenings

These evening sessions are to enable those who have already completed the Introductory Course to expand their skill in using Apogenesis, and to explore new areas and develop their understanding.    The aim is for these sessions to be very flexible and more tailored, for example including opportunities to explore specific skills that attendees are learning.