'Hoffman was suggested to me when dissatisfaction with my lot reared its head. I had begun to believe that unfavourable things were happening to me, and there was little I could do to stop them. 

What was I missing – why did I feel powerless in the important areas of my life like work and my relationship? Why wasn’t I protecting time for the things that energised me? Time to step off the hamster wheel of familial and career duty, and ask some searching questions of myself. I began to realise that I was standing in the way of my own happiness.

I had also begun to realise that I was neglecting the things that brought me real joy. I had been a keen and competitive equestrian in my childhood, and yet since university, my favourite pastime did not have a proper place in my life. My hobby became subsumed by my relationships, and latterly by the parenting of two gorgeous little boys who had arrived in quick succession after I remarried. I had unwittingly put myself on hold, and was dutifully fulfilling an agenda that I had not consciously set for myself.'

To read Tessa's article in full, click here. 
Photo credit: © David Bunn Photography.
Thank you to Hoffman graduate Dr John Moos for mentioning Hoffman on his 'Dear John' website. We're feeling the love...

'The best definition of love I’ve heard came from my experience at The Hoffman Process: love is what overflows from your cup when you decide to fill your cup first. 

This identifies two important principles of love. First, you have to fill yourself whole with self-love. If you are trying to serve from a cup that is not full, you will diminish yourself until your cup runs dry. Serving from an empty cup is the quickest way to resentment, martyrdom, and burnout. 

Second, the outward expression of your love is a reflection of how you love and treat yourself. When you authentically and wholeheartedly love yourself, you will do the same for others. You will do so from a place of abundance, needing nothing in return...'

To read the article in full, click here
'Hoffman Essentials packs into two days enough material to change a lifetime. It fast tracks personal transformation'
~ September 2021 attendee

The Hoffman Essentials is an online weekend workshop led by two members of the Hoffman team. It provides a practical introduction to Hoffman tools and techniques that you can take away and use from day one. Numbers are limited to provide a small and safe environment, and a follow-up Zoom call is included in the price.

Upcoming dates - with EARLY BIRD rates

To see all upcoming dates and to book, click here
'This workshop has helped me to let go of my past and forgive'. ~ September 2021 attendee
All are welcome to join our Introduction to Hoffman Zoom sessions, led by Hoffman Managing Director Serena Gordon and members of the UK enrolment team.

These informal intros offer the chance to find out more about the Hoffman principles, the seven-day Hoffman Process, and the other online courses that we offer. If you've got any questions about what happens on the Process, The Hoffman Essentials, or our other workshops, you can ask them in person or use Zoom's chat box to remain anonymous.

The calls are weekly, on either a Wednesday afternoon at 4.00pm, or Tuesday evening at 7.30pm (UK).

To register, simply email info@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk and we'll send you full instructions and the Zoom meeting ID.
Even the most perfect relationships face obstacles, whether it's questions about how to bring up children or step-children, about money, or how to navigate life's dramas and challenges. With good humour and many years of experience, Matthew and Emma Pruen bring together the work of some of the best teachers to restore couples into good connection, through sharing the things that haven't been said, getting though past grievances, witnessing each other and rebuilding respect, trust and intimacy. They also set couples up with tools to work with independently.

Each workshop is designed to be relevant for individuals seeking a loving relationship or for couples already in a committed relationship and attending together. They take place in person, in London. You do not need to have done the Hoffman Process to attend.

To watch a short (5 minute 40) video with Matthew and Emma and find out more, click here

Finding love: (individuals) 5-6 February
Making relationships work: (couples) 19-20 March
For more info and to book, click here
If you're interested in signing up to a Hoffman course, our friendly enrolment team is available on the phone or via email, and happy to answer any questions you might have.

A one-to-one assessment call gives you time to discuss what happens on the course in detail, and also to decide whether it's right for you. If you do then go on to register, you're already a step ahead! The calls are completely confidential, and you don't need to have registered for a course to book an appointment.

Call us on 01903 88 99 90 or email enrolment@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk and we'll take it from there.
Our Hoffman Process spaces at Florence House are filling up quickly, but Wait List spaces do still become available too, especially for people who are able to attend at short notice. 

Each course is available to 18 participants, allowing for appropriate social distancing and single accommodation for all attendees. There have been some practical modifications made to the course logistics to ensure health and safety guidelines are adhered to; other than that, the Hoffman Process content remains the same.

December 4-10: One place available*
December 11-17: Wait List*
January 8-14: Wait List*
February 19-25: Wait List*
March 12-18: Available
April 2-8: Available

Further 2022 dates with availablity can be found here.
Questions? You can all the Hoffman office during office hours on +44(0)1903 88 99 90 or email info@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk.
* At the time of writing! There is often movement, and even when a Process is on a Wait List, a place may still become available. Ring the office on +44(0)1903 88 99 90 or email info@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk to find out more.
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