Do you have an important personal question to explore?
Sunday 11 December 2016, 10am-2.30pm
Please register here
The Flow Game is a unique opportunity to give and receive wisdom on questions that are important to us, in a safe, supportive environment. Its purpose is to ground, strengthen and bring clarity and flow to you, your life, leadership and actions.
In December, a small group of new Flow Game hosts is being trained in Brisbane by one of the game’s international stewards, Mary Alice Arthur. We invite you to join us on the final day of our 3 day training to experience the Flow Game for yourself.
You will have the chance to explore a question that has meaning to you in your life or work right now, in a Community Flow Game. You will also be supporting newly trained hosts to practice hosting, guided by Mary Alice and experienced hosts.
To participate, we ask that you have a clear intention or question to explore with old and new friends.
During the game, we’ll jointly reflect and share knowledge related to your question or intention. We will play multiple games in parallel, each in small groups of 4-6.
Come and spend the day in the cool of Annerley Hall, and play the Flow Game with us!
About the Flow Game
To help illuminate possibilities and explore your future, eight people co-created this game in Denmark in 1998. It is played all around the world, in life and in organisations. Learn more about Flow Game at www.flowgame.net
“Flow Game is a wonderful way of really connecting with people and talking about some important issues in your life. (It) creates a wonderful atmosphere of togetherness and mutual growth in an inoffensive and non-pressured way. I can´t wait for the next time to play the Flow Game!”
Your RSVP is important
Please register here
Contact Mel Geltch for information:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0400 412 498
Sunday 11 December.
Please arrive by 9.45am for a 10am start. We will finish by 2.30pm
We would be happy to accept voluntary contributions of between $20 and $40 per person. Donations will go towards covering the cost of the Hall, and extra to the Youth Leadership Program at Kufunda Village in Zimbabwe. If you are unable to contribute, you are still very welcome
Annerley Hall – the blue house
13 Waldheim Street, Annerley (corner of Ipswich Road)
There is limited free parking on site. Visit Translink for public transport information.
Please bring something to share (there are full kitchen facilities at the venue)
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