3rd

Bali IIT

5

International CNVC Trainers

20-30

Nationalities

up to 80

Participants

About the Bali IIT

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How it all started

Bali IIT was initiated by Dorset Campbell-Ross (Australia) and Simone Anliker (Switzerland), two certified CNVC trainers with great love and affinity for Bali. Dorset had been coming to Bali yearly since 1970 as a teenager, and ever since he became a certified CNVC trainer he had frequently taught Nonviolent Communication to the locals and expats. He wanted NVC to spread in Indonesia. The first Bali IIT took place in 2017, with over 70 participants from over 25 nationalities, lead by an amazing trainer team: Dorset Campbell-Ross, Simone Anliker, Shari Elle (Australia), Robert Kržišnik (Slovenia). In 2018 Bali had the second Bali IIT and saw the return of trainers Dorset Campbell-Ross, Simone Anlker, Shari Elle with the addition of Jan Carel van Dorp (Holland), Liv Larsson (Sweden) which resulted in another resounding success. 2019 will be the third year for Bali IIT is conducted, led by Dorset Campbell-Ross, Sura Hart (USA), Carl Plesner (Denmark), Mukti Jarvis (Australia), Barbra Esher USA). More about the Trainers here

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The Venue

For the third year in a row, the Bali IIT will take place at ARMA Museum & Resort. Located in the heart of Ubud, on an areal of over 5000 square meters, ARMA is indeed a rarity, where culture meets tradition meets lush nature. Founded by Anak Agung Rai who rose to prominence from a humble beginning through his love for paintings and arts. Now ARMA is one of the biggest private museums on the island, as well as a resort and a convention venue provides a magnificent venue for enjoyable learning surrounded by nature in a highly comfortable setting.

For more information about ARMA click here

2019 Trainers

The Trainers

Each year different trainers are brought to the Bali IIT to provide diversity and deepening of NVC. In this 9-day immersion of learning and practice of Nonviolent Communication, you'd enjoy a rare treat from 5 different trainers each with their own specialized focus and background.

Dorset from Australia focusing on Anger and Mediation, Sura from Seattle USA has a lifelong passion for teaching (educating) and parenting. Carl from Denmark worked with and used NVC with the police force and justice. Mukti from Australia specilizes on relationship and couple communication. Barbra from Baltimore USA has a special tie with Bali having married a Balinese and lived as Balinese; Barbra specializes in grief and sexuality.
For more information on the trainers go here

Schedule

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Start & End Time

The 2019 Bali IIT starts on May 10, 2019 with:
Registration 3-5 p.m.
Dinner 5.30 p.m.
First Meeting 7 p.m.

It ends on the 10th day, May 19, 2019 at 12.30 with a last lunch together

Lunch is still included!

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Daily Schedule

8:00- 8:30 am Breakfast

9:00- 9:30 am Remembering*
9:30- 9:45 am Logistics and NVC offerings
10:00-12:00 Session One
12:00-12:45 pm Lunch
1:30-3:00 pm Session Two
3:15-5:00 pm Session Three
5:15-5:55 pm Celebrations
6:00-6:45 pm Supper/Dinner
7:30-9:30 pm Session Four

May be changed according to participants and trainers needs


What do they say about the Bali IIT?

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David Ewert

Self-Employed - Germany

The atmosphere during the IIT felt gentle and warm-hearted to me, and the venue was particularly beautiful. I learned a lot during almost all of the NVC sessions and it felt like a truly global event. To me personally this was especially enriching because I could connect to participants and trainers from all parts of the world.


Shumei Winstanley

Lawyer - Singapore

To me, the IIT was witnessing the embodiment of NVC... Power-with in a community, where needs and feelings can be expressed authentically. Being together for full 9 days, learning, eating and growing together is INTENSE! And there is also choice to take care of one own needs. Bali is a beautiful setting and I so enjoyed it. My family joined for half the time and I was so grateful that they could be present for a bit in a beautiful resort, as I was also needing connection with my husband and little children.

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Valerie Burchert

Attorney - France/USA/Bali

Bali IIT is unique because Bali is unique and is the most perfect setting for an IIT. It sets the stage for deeper work and lasting transformation more than in any other country just because it’s Bali. As a long time resident of Bali I have experienced many workshops and have seen the effects that this beautiful island and its amazing people have in workshops/trainings. The combination of NVC in Bali could not be more perfect. Experiencing NVC is key to understanding it and being able to embody and incorporate in daily life. You can read all the books, watch all the videos but it does not replace experiencing it. That’s what I discovered. Imagine reading all about yoga and watching all the videos but never taking a class??? NVC is also a practice and no better place to do it than in Bali. This IIT also gave me a chance to truly get close with some Indonesian nationals and many other nationalities because NVC is the common language without cultural boundaries. And this is a precious gift. I could literally go on for pages about the benefits of NVC, the importance of doing an IIT and the best place to do it is in Bali but will spare the reader with all the details. Just need to experience it for yourself. -- Val Burchert, Attorney (France/USA/Bali)

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Rod-from-Australia Tatchell

Attorney - Australia

I can’t speak highly enough of the Bali IIT. Gathering together with so many likeminded people in 2017 & 2018 to pursue understanding and heart connection together was such a beautiful experience that anyone seeking growth in NVC competence and who is open to an amazing experience of tender compassionate connection and deep learnings and growth would find immensely satisfying.
With heartfelt appreciation for NVC & all the trainers and fellow participants, Rod from Australia


Fimo Mitchell

Teacher - China/Canada

It's almost been a year since Bali IIIT and I remember it as if it was yesterday. What I learned and felt during those 10 days have remained with me. To say that it was an amazing experience would be a gross understatement. Bali IIT was one of the most important experiences of my life. I'm truly grateful to have been a part of it and will continue to "practice connection before correction" and "empathy before education".