Ron Kurtz Founder Ron is the original developer of the Hakomi Method, beginning thirty-nine years ago. He has been leading workshops and trainings since the mid-1970s. He led the first training in the Hakomi Method in 1977. In 1981, along with Pat Ogden, Ph.D. and Dyrian Benz-Chartrand, Ph.D., he founded the Hakomi Institute. Ron Kurtz
Bob Milone Senior Trainer Lives on an island in British Columbia, Canada. He is a Certified Hakomi Therapist and Senior Trainer with the Hakomi Education Network. He continues to work closely with Ron Kurtz; creator of the Hakomi Method. In the past seven years he has facilitated workshops and trainings in Canada, the US, Mexico, England, and Ireland. As well as teaching, he works in private practice with individuals and couples. He is a woodworker, and the father of two grown sons Bob Milone
Donna Martin Senior Trainer from British Columbia, Canada, is a certified Hakomi therapist and international trainer who has been working closely with Ron Kurtz (the creator of the Hakomi Method) since 1991. Donna has many years of experience as a body-mind therapist and stress management specialist, yoga and meditation teacher, psychotherapist and addictions counsellor. She worked for several years as clinical supervisor and program developer of outpatient services at an Alcohol and Drug Counselling Centre in Canada. Donna Martin
Flint Sparks Senior Trainer Flint is a licensed psychologist with over twenty-five years experience in the practice of psychotherapy. He works with adults in a private practice setting and sees clients in individual, couples, and group therapy. His academic training includes graduate degrees in both biology and psychology, with post-doctoral certifications in Hakomi Therapy and Group Therapy. Flint is also currently training with the Centre for Self Leadership in the Internal Family Systems model. Flint Sparks
Caroline Braham Certified Teacher I am a certified Hakomi Practitioner and Teacher. My private practice is in Central and North London and I am involved in running regular Hakomi workshops in London. The first practitioner training I took was in Therapeutic Massage but I very soon wanted to work with people in a more complete way. A trip to the library looking for something that would combine bodywork, emotional work, movement, breath, and awareness, lead me to Structural Integration (Hellerwork). I have been practicing Structural Integration for over ten years, as well as being an Hellerwork Training Mentor. Now I am also a Feldenkrais Practitioner. Hakomi was introduced to me in my Structural Integration training, and the practice of it has offered a seamless relationship between the body and the mind. Caroline Braham
Carrie Tuke Certified Teacher As a Body-Mind-Movement therapist, certified practitioner and teacher of the Hakomi Method, I have an integrated approach to healing. Being informed and inspired by life, trainings and Yoga study (John Stirk and Sandra Sabatini) I have been a teacher of Yoga for 18 years Carrie Tuke