In addition to being a professional musician Kāren Hunter is also a Zenergy Global trained Facilitator and leads workshops in both music and facilitation skills.
Facilitation & Music workshops
Music; singing, song-writing, rhythmic play and music based movement are wonderful ways to bring a group into a state of synergy and authenticity.
Experienced musicians generally have dedicated 10 000 hours of practise to their craft and have many processes and abilities to draw from.
The Purpose of this workshop is to empower Facilitators who want to bring music into their groups to develop the skills required to include some musical practises.
Creativity & Music workshops
Come and play music with a group of people who are also exploring self expression with sound. Participants explore a range of activities to encourage an atmosphere of relaxation, adventure and friendship.
It is not necessary to play an instrument to get the most out of this workshop however please bring any instruments you have that you like to play or would like to learn how to play.
We will be stretching, warming up, singing, writing, painting, making poems, creating rhythms, getting our groove on, listening, discovering and sharing songs.
2017 Workshop participant comment – Kāren is highly tuned in to the creative potential of a person, the blocks that might be in the way and the mood of the day. In her unique, gentle and wise way she is able to facilitate a shift that allows me to be in the space where I can connect to my creativity and give voice to the things that want to come forth. Katie.
Participant comments :
At 11am we were strangers, by 5pm we left knowing we had shared something together. Immense gratitude to Kāren’s expertise, care, creativity and structure, and to my new friends, who helped me to explore some new musical territory. Dan Auckland 2017
Kāren is highly tuned in to the creative potential of a person, the blocks that might be in the way and the mood of the day. In her unique, gentle and wise way she is able to facilitate a shift that allows me to be in the space where I can connect to my creativity and give voice to the things that want to come forth. She supports expression of self in ways that keep surprising me and that have made me grow, not only in regards to my original intention of wanting to learn to sing. Katie.
Kāren and I have worked together face to face and also on Skype. I highly enjoy coming to visit Karen in her little creative hub, with all her tools and instruments that allow playing and improvising etc. But I also love the flexibility that Skype classes offer and sometimes it is nice to be physically in your own space while working on something. Kath.
contact Kāren by text – 021 946 399
or email – firstname.lastname@example.org