2019 Bali IIT

NVC International Intensive Training

Ubud, Bali , indonesia • May 10-19, 2019

Do you want:

More understanding and closer relationships in your family?

More productive discussions at work, to be able to help resolve conflicts?

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What is an IIT?


  • A residential workshop
  • An experiential workshop for developing fluency in Nonviolent Communication
  • An opportunity to learn and practice Nonviolent Communication with CNVC certified trainers
  • A safe environment for personal growth
  • A time to make deep connections
  • A group of people from different cultures working together toward transformed relationships and social systems

What will it be like?

  • Unpredictable
  • Informal
  • Challenging and supportive

How Will I learn?

  • By listening to presentations about various aspects of Nonviolent Communication
  • By participating in small groups and through informal practice with other participants during meals, walks, etc.
  • By remembering the purpose of Nonviolent Communication
  • By contributing to other participants and receiving their contributions

Centre for Nonviolent communication(CNVC) International Intensive Training (IIT) happening in Ubud, Bali from May 10-19, 2019.


This is a deep immersion in living and learning Nonviolent Communication(NVC) for 9 days in a community of 70-80 people.There will be four sessions running simultaneously every day covering a vast range of applications of NVC, from anger to conflict resolution, mediation to education, from intimate relationship to parenting, and as well as in money and business.

It will be simultaneously translated from English into Indonesian, and vice versa, where necessary.

The Early Bird discount of 10% is available until March 10, 2019, so be sure that those of you who want to come are fully informed and can get your applications in as soon as possible, don’t let the bird fly away!

The CNVC trainers are Dorset Campbell-Ross (Australia), Sura Hart (USA), Mukti Jarvis (Australia), Barbra Esher (USA) and Carl Plesner (Denmark); each with their own specialty and unique experiences.

The venue is ARMA - the Agung Rai Art Museum & Resort - a beautiful place where nature meets culture - art blends with paddy fields and rivers and fountains - and where there are also large meeting rooms, a resort, a fine Thai restaurant and a coffee shop. Cheaper accommodation is available nearby.

You can read more information about the IIT here

You can go straight to the application doc here

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For questions concerning Logistics, Food and Accommodation in Bali, please get in touch with the Chief Organiser, Miranda Rumi, at balinvc@gmail.com or call/whatsapp +6281236745423

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What is nvc?

"Criticism, analysis, and insults are tragic expressions of unmet needs"

- Marshall Rosenberg (Founder of NVC)

Nonviolent Communication contains nothing new. It is based on historical principles of nonviolence-- the natural state of compassion when no violence is present in the heart. NVC reminds us what we already instinctively know about how good it feels to authentically connect to another human being.

With NVC we learn to hear our own deeper needs and those of others. Through its emphasis on deep listening—to ourselves as well as others—NVC helps us discover the depth of our own compassion. This language reveals the awareness that all human beings are only trying to honor universal values and needs, every minute, every day.

NVC can be seen as both a spiritual practice that helps us see our common humanity, using our power in a way that honors everyone's needs, and a concrete set of skills which help us create life-serving families and communities.

The form is simple, yet powerfully transformative.

Through the practice of NVC, we can learn to clarify what we are observing, what emotions we are feeling, what values we want to live by, and what we want to ask of ourselves and others. We will no longer need to use the language of blame, judgment or domination. We can experience the deep pleasure of contributing to each others' well being.

NVC creates a path for healing and reconciliation in its many applications, ranging from intimate relationships, work settings, health care, social services, police, prison staff and inmates, to governments, schools and social change organisations.

Nonviolent Communication (abbreviated NVC, also called Compassionate Communication or Collaborative Communication is a communication process developed by Marshall Rosenberg beginning in the 1960s. It focuses on three aspects of communication: self-empathy (defined as a deep and compassionate awareness of one's own inner experience), empathy (understanding and sharing an emotion expressed by another), and honest self-expression (defined as expressing oneself authentically in a way that is likely to inspire compassion in others).

Nonviolent Communication is based on the idea that all human beings have the capacity for compassion and only resort to violence or behavior that harms others when they don't recognize more effective strategies for meeting needs. Habits of thinking and speaking that lead to the use of violence (psychological and physical) are learned through culture. NVC theory supposes all human behavior stems from attempts to meet universal human needs and that these needs are never in conflict. Rather, conflict arises when strategies for meeting needs clash. NVC proposes that if people can identify their needs, the needs of others, and the feelings that surround these needs, harmony can be achieved.

While NVC is ostensibly taught as a process of communication designed to improve compassionate connection to others, it has also been interpreted as a spiritual practice, a set of values, a parenting technique, an educational method and a worldview.

"When our communication supports compassionate giving and receiving, happiness replaces violence and grieving" --Marshall B. Rosenberg

WHAT IS AN IIT LIKE?


Vision of the Future

-- Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD (founder of NVC)


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