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Sat, 11 Jan


St Catherine's House of Hospitality

Relating to Connect - NVC - Perth

Nonviolent Communication (NVC) supports people to create connection in their important relationships. This is a life changing program for intimate relationship, families, organisations and communities. Facilitated by Alistair McKinnon and Tina Schmitt (from Germany) , Certified Trainers with CNVC.

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Relating to Connect - NVC - Perth
Relating to Connect - NVC - Perth

Time & Location

11 Jan 2020, 10:00 am – 12 Jan 2020, 5:00 pm

St Catherine's House of Hospitality, 113 Tyler St, Tuart Hill WA 6060, Australia


About the event

The focus of the Relating to Connect program is to explore the application of NVC  to your life situation, whether it is with a relationship partner, your child, family member, or a work colleague.

It offers a very exciting opportunity to learn something that is truly effective and has the capacity to transform your relationships. I can say that with all honesty, as that has been my experience. My journey with NVC  has softened my hard edges, taught me how to truly connect with others, how to see the other's point of view, how to deal with day to day communication challenges in my relationships at a very practical level and supported me to stand in my leadership in important moments.

Come and join Tina and I at the training! Tina has had many years of experience in teaching NVC all over the world and brings a beautiful gentle energy to her training and support of learning for participants. See more about her below.

The program will start at 10.00am and finish at 5.00pm both days.

This program will be facilitated by myself, Alistair McKinnon (from Byron Bay) and Tina Schmitt (from Germany), both Certified Trainers with the Centre for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) the governing body in America. We have a combined 22 years of teaching NVC.


We met in Bali in 2018 as support trainers for the IIT there.

When two people come from different sides of the planet and connect at the level of presence, something happens and connection is formed. This was our experience. A sense of peace and comfort came in leaning into the safety of connection and the familiarity of a shared language of needs through NVC. And we both connected with a sense of adventure about the possibility that we might one day co-facilitate an NVC training together. And here we are. :-)

Here is Tina's introduction of herself:

"I am living in Germany and offer workshops, coaching and mediation everywhere where my heart feels joy to do so. It’s been the dream of my life to know how to live my deepest honesty while at the same time stay lovingly connected with others. Nonviolent Communication has taught me how to live that dream. I met Marshall Rosenberg in 2003 and am grateful I could learn from him for several years. My focus has become the practice of self-compassion because this is where I connect to my inner peace and at the same time I experience it as the most natural source of compassion for others. I love 'dancing' with others to explore the many layers of aliveness that unfold when we live in the spirit of NVC together."

Register now for the opportunity to be trained by 2 people who have a combined 22 years of experience with sharing NVC. 


  • Individual

    A ticket for one person and includes receipt of a workshop manual.

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  • You and a Friend

    A ticket for two people coming together and includes receipt of a workshop manual each.

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  • Concession Individual

    You must hold a valid Australian Pension Card. This ticket includes receipt of a workshop manual.

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  • Paying it Forward- see below +

    Purchasing this ticket you will be supporting someone else to come to this event, and learn more about loving themselves and connecting and communicating from a place of Love. Someone will deeply value your offering. Thank you. Alistair McKinnon

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