‘How to Hold Space’ Workshop with Steve McKenzie

What does it mean to ‘hold space’ for someone?

It means that we are willing to walk alongside another person in whatever journey they are on without judging them, making them feel inadequate, trying to fix them, or trying to impact the outcome. When we hold space for someone, we open our hearts, offer unconditional support, and let go of judgement and control.

In today’s world of evolving consciousness, the old ways of doing things no longer work. The art of holding space is needed right now to bring about and support the healing happening on the planet and for the planet. Let’s create a container in which people can be vulnerable, be their true selves and feel safe and nurtured.

In this practical workshop you will learn how to:

  • Hold space for self
  • Hold space for others
  • Hold space for different genders
  • Hold space for groups and events
  • Hold space for broader intentions (eg: the planet)

After this workshop you will notice the many opportunities in which you can use the learnings to support those around you and to practice self-care.


“I had not attended a workshop in years and was a little nervous, but Steve helped me be at ease and made me feel most welcome. Steve held space for all of us and prepared a sacred space to learn and grow.  I appreciate that he gave us all a chance to provide equal input, which helped me to learn not just from his wisdom, but also from the stories and experiences of others. This enabled us to bond with one another and connect, helping the teachings to sink deep in to our hearts, rather than just on a mental level. I would recommend this workshop to anyone seeking to grow as a person, as I know I have and will be referring back to my notes for many months to come.” -  Erik, Peregian Beach


When: Sunday, 30th July 2017 (9:30am to 4:00pm)

Contribution: $80 (bring a lunch to share and a notepad, teas provided)

To register or inquire contact Steve on 0406 286 727 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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