Right Speech: How to Talk About Anything and Still Stay Connected to Yourself and Others

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Part of what makes us human is our ability to communicate verbally.
But what contributes to our happiness, and to satisfying relationships, is our ability to communicate well.

It's not a certain situation making us unhappy; it's what we bring to that situation. Our reticence to talk about difficult situations can be fueled by the awkwardness we sometimes feel when we consider addressing certain topics.

Perhaps we believe bringing it up might make things worse, which stops us from having clear, compassionate communications. Our strategy then becomes avoidance; we simply avoid what we expect to be difficult in order to keep ourselves safe.

Learn about telling the truth in a way that doesn't blame or divide. This course will serve you in speaking more from wisdom and less from pain around difficult issues.

Dear teacher Judith Hanson Lasater has a world of experience in helping us to bring about this shift in consciousness via Nonviolent Communication, and you're cordially invited to join her; Elena Brower will facilitate this virtual course.

Nonviolent communication is an empathy-based process developed by Marshal Rosenberg, Ph.D., taught globally. Judith was fortunate to study with him and has been learning and teaching NVC for 25 years.

How can we express ourselves in a way that brings us closer to others - especially when we don’t agree?

Learn what it means to give yourself and others empathy in a way that invites you to honor and live by your highest values.

Included in the course:


Access to course content for one year (until September 1st, 2025)


What We Say Matters: Practicing Nonviolent Communication by Judith Hanson Lasater and Ike K. Lasater, Shambhala Press, 2009.


Strongly recommended reading, especially if you happen to teach yoga:

Teaching Yoga with Intention: The Essential Guide to Skillful Hands-On Assists and Verbal Communication
 by Judith Hanson Lasater, Shambhala Press, 2021.


Judith Hanson Lasater

Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., PT, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, has taught yoga since 1971, has written 11 books on yoga and related topics. She has studied Nonviolent Communication since 1996 and has incorporated it into her teaching and family life.


Elena Brower

Mother, mentor, writer, artist, bestselling author and host of the Practice You Podcast, Elena has taught yoga and meditation since 1999. Her books include Art of Attention, Practice You, Being You and Softening Time. Her yoga practices are on Glo, her weekly writing is on Substack, and her spoken word work appears on Above & Beyond's Flow State albums.

Right Speech:
How to Talk About Anything and Still Stay Connected to Yourself and Others FAQ

All sessions are 1:30pm ET / 10:30am PT. All sessions for 2 hours.

Tuesday, Sept 3rd, 2024
Tuesday, Sept 10th, 2024
Tuesday, Sept 17th, 2024
Tuesday, Oct 1st, 2024
Tuesday, Oct 8th, 2024
Tuesday, Oct 15th, 2024

Roughly 2 hours per week for our Live Sessions. 

All sessions will be recorded and available for ongoing viewing in the course portal for one year (until Sept 1st, 2025).

Just your wifi connection, perhaps a new notebook, pens, and your willingness.

The course is one payment of $399 or two payments of $200. 

Simply contact us via this form before September 2nd, 2024 and we'll refund you in full. 


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