The Instincts and Subtypes Weekend Workshop

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A wonderful Instincts and Subtypes  Weekend  Workshop in Sydney led by Peter O'Hanrahan.

A wonderful  2016 Instincts and Subtypes Weekend Workshop in Sydney led by Peter O’Hanrahan.

The Enneagram Instincts and Subtypes Weekend Workshop

Presented by Peter O’Hanrahan from Enneagram Worldwide

Every person has three instincts (self-preservation, intimate and social) but one of these tends to be more central in our daily lives and relationships. This primary instinct determines our Enneagram subtype. Through panels, presentations and small groups, we will explore issues for all of the 27 subtypes, including:

• Making informed choices about our personal priorities and major projects • How subtypes affect our relationships at home and at work • How to balance work, home and intimacy • Managing the emotional habit of our type • How to live with authenticity while adapting to a radically changing culture.

Here is an article with more information about the Instinctual Subtypes Workshop.

Peter O’Hanrahan is a leading teacher of the Enneagram with a focus on Subtypes and Somatics. He has practiced counseling and bodywork for 35 years, with extensive training in Reichian and Bioenergetic methods. Peter has taught the Enneagram Instinctual Subtypes workshop in the US, Europe and China. He began his Enneagram studies in 1978, and he is currently an associate trainer and past director for the Palmer/Daniels Enneagram Professional Training Program (EPTP) and

What people said about the Instinctual Subtypes Workshop:

“I got a huge amount out of the weekend. Thanks for all the work you put in to make it such a success.” Gay – Western Australia

“I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed my time with the Enneagram group. The Instinctual Subtypes were new to me and really interesting to learn about. Peter’s knowledge of them was borne out in the panels. The time flew by!” Marty -Sydney