The Team

John Kent

John KentBorn in London, John has lived and worked as a communication trainer, seminar leader and facilitator in Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and USA. He has over 30 years experience in developing and delivering intensive seminars that help participants improve both intra-personal and interpersonal communication. He has worked with corporate, academic, medical and scientific organizations as well as many private clients.

John studied Voice Dialogue with its creators, Drs Hal and Sidra Stone in the USA and Europe. From 1991 to 1995 he co-founded the Voice Dialogue Centre of Tucson, Arizona and taught Voice Dialogue in San Francisco.

He now lives in London and in recent years has become interested in the relationship between Voice Dialogue and the non-dual teachings of Advaita Vedanta. In this context, Voice Dialogue can be seen as a powerful psycho-spiritual tool leading to a deep understanding of who we really are.



Michael Zimmerman

Michael ZimmermanMichael has worked with private clients and has co-trained with John for over a decade. He has led Voice Dialogue workshops in companies, universities and at complementary health shows. He began his training in the UK in 2004 and also studied in the US with Drs Hal & Sidra Stone.

He graduated in economics and accounting, and survived 10 years in his family's army surplus business before re-training in massage in 1991. He still practices and teaches Amma - traditional Japanese acupressure massage in the UK and in France.

Michael's passion for both Voice Dialogue and Amma stems from the relative simplicity and gentleness of their approaches. Rather than offering a "fix", both offer clients a safe non-judgemental space in which every part of them is welcome. From there, it's possible to gain new perspectives on physical and/or psychological stresses and for new possibilities to arise.

 

 


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