Embody Nonviolence


134803 large
Nonviolence in action looks like bodies moving naturally to respond to conflict, actively and continuously redirecting attention to co-creative opportunities through restorative communication. We also call this somatic (whole entity/body) learning "Martial Nonviolence" because it leads directly to practice, developing physical, psychological, and systemic responses to conflict that are peaceful (insisting on humane interaction), balanced/sustainable, and effective under stress. Leave battles for control behind. No longer mistake oppression and retribution for justice.

We offer:

  • One-on-one Embody Nonviolence teamwork and leadership coaching, communication through conflict, and physical balancing for everyone from 3-103 years of age.
  • Morning, Afternoon, and One Day Training
  • Group Facilitation and Mediation in one, three, and five day increments
  • Board-level Consulting and culture-change Inititatives in Social Benefit Organizations

To learn more, please contact us at (866) 236-0346 or via . Responses may also come from ConflictDoneWell.com

"Wholeness is not achieved by cutting off a portion of one's being, but by integration of contraries." - C.G. Jung

"A live audience engages in the present moment, embodying the emotions unfolding on the stage, I think. Jung was highly interested in embodiment, and witnessing something taking place through our senses, especially as a collective with others who are each having their own experience, can be powerful process for instigating change." - Bonnie Bright Ph.D. at http://www.pacificapost.com/tonight-in-dreamland-a-new-play-co-written-by-award-winning-tv-writer-cheri-steinkellner-and-visionary-jean-houston

Martial Nonviolence
4267 icon Peace is a martial art of nonviolence. If you'd like to be good at it, you must train regularly, ...
Peace Practices
Much is said about the value of empathy and the need to cultivate habits of nonviolence which lead to Peace. At the







Relationships with





Content and design copyright Brandon WilliamsCraig ~ Wheeled by Wagn v. 1.18.1