Practice, Practice, Practice …



In this Program Online I invi­te you to learn and prac­ti­ce Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in a series of 10 mee­tings in a con­stant prac­ti­ce group.

We will meet every two weeks for 2.5 hours in the evening using the Zoom online mee­ting plat­form. (Alternatively mee­ting in Kaunas in pre­sence format)

You will be able to deve­lop your NVC skills through the use of exer­ci­s­es, role-plays and the sha­ring of your strug­gles and suc­ces­ses with others. Among the skills prac­ti­ced are empa­thy, self-empa­thy, and honest expres­si­on as well as dia­lo­gue tech­ni­ques. I will also offer a space to grow our embra­cing of jack­als, as we have ten­den­ci­es to sup­press them and in doing that, sup­pres­sing part of our life force. I will also focus an making space to train needs-awa­re­ness in each session.

You will be sup­port­ed in deve­lo­ping a deeper under­stan­ding of the pur­po­se, mea­ning and impli­ca­ti­ons NVC has in your life and in the world. 

Each ses­si­on includes the over­view of a topic, plus exten­si­ve time for prac­ti­ce. Participants also have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to con­nect and prac­ti­ce tog­e­ther throug­hout the dura­ti­on of the program.

One important com­po­nent of “get­ting good at giraf­fe” is the for­ma­ti­on of com­mu­ni­ty, sup­port­ing each other in this path of nonviolence.

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  • Spend more time in con­nec­tion with others (& yourself)
  • Experience less pain­ful and shorter conflicts
  • Move from con­flict to mutu­al strategies
  • Have more awa­re­ness of your needs, wants and desires
  • Have your needs expres­sed and understood
  • Increase con­gru­ence bet­ween your values and actions
  • Translate judgments into dia­lo­gues & requests
  • Increase harm­o­ny and under­stan­ding among others
  • Stay more cen­te­red, open and effec­ti­ve in conflicts
  • Have more fun, joy and pleasure


  • The rela­ti­onship of fee­lings and judgments to needs
  • Recognizing and trans­forming habi­tu­al thinking
  • Distinguishing eva­lua­tions from observations 
  • Empathic lis­tening
  • Making effec­ti­ve requests
  • Hearing no & say­ing no with compassion
  • Navigating dif­fi­cult conversations
  • Mourning and celebration
  • Appreciation vs praise 

Suggested Experience

Participants should have some idea of what NVC is. Recommendations include atten­ding a “First Mondays” NVC Introduction, rea­ding the begin­ning of Marshall Rosenberg’s book: Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Life and/or visi­ting

Schedule Layout

Each weekly ses­si­on is 2.5 hours and includes:

  • Check-in time
  • Homework review
  • Introduction to a new concept
  • Partnered prac­ti­ce
  • Suggestions for prac­ti­ce oppor­tu­ni­ties out­side of the group.


Online via Zoom


€ 35
Please talk to us, if you want to pay a dif­fe­rent amount.

What People Say

”You are more than 500 sol­diers.”

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