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Yogi Facilitator Training: Guiding a transformational process

With Kristin Vikjord Paternotte

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This workshop (6-8 March) is fully booked. To join the waiting list, please email

Guiding someone in a transformational process is an intimate reciprocity. It requires trust, respect, a skill set of how to facilitate, and knowledge about what impacts such a process. This workshop is for you who are interested in or facilitates others in transformational processes.  You’ll learn the golden rules of supporting others in their process, aside from method-specific interventions and practices. And you’ll learn how to guide safely, and how to contain difficult emotions.

Topics we’ll cover:

  • Essential aspects of mental health and the psyche when guiding transformational processes
  • Understanding group dynamics in teaching larger groups
  • What aspects to stay away from when guiding a transformational process
  • Compassion fatigue in helpers 
  • Preparing well to enable spontaneous teaching 


This workshop is part of the Yogi Facilitator training by Kristin. It is open to individual yoga practitioners and for yoga teachers. All workshops and modules of the Yogi Facilitator training can be followed on a stand-alone basis, whereas together they offer a full training program. If you are (becoming) a yoga teacher, we recommend exploring also the other parts of the program. For more information, click on the links below:

Yogi Facilitator level 1 - dedicated practitioner certificate: consists of the workshop Find Ease in Unease by knowing yourself and Yoga & Mindfulness (50 hrs) 

Yogi Facilitator level 2 - advanced practitioner certificate: consists of the two workshops Applied Psychology for Yogis and Guiding a transformational process

Yogi Facilitator level 3: consists of Yoga Therapy for the mind & mood disorders 


About Kristin

Kristin believes in empowering emotional wellbeing for integrated health to lead a wondrous life and provides services through her online practice.  She is a trained clinical psychologist, yoga therapist & mindfulness facilitator, and is striving for a global paradigm shift of empowerment to mental health through her work.


Kristin is a co-founder of Delight Yoga, the biggest yoga school in Europe, and the Arctic Yoga Conference. You’ll find her teachings on the online platform The House of Yoga, and she is regularly presenting at the Inner Peace Conference in Amsterdam. Kristin has published her first book Inner Spark in September 2019.


Kristin lives in Bodø, Norway, with her husband and two sons, spending their time between nature there and city life in Amsterdam. 

Please note: registration closes 14 days prior to workshop start date. In case of any questions or last minute sign ups, please contact


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Cancellation policy

Are you entitled to a refund of the registration fee in case of cancellation? Please read article 16 ‘Cancellation of Workshop Registration’ in our General Terms and Conditions to know exactly where you stand.

About Kristin Vikjord Paternotte

‘Wherever you go, there you are’ – Jon Kabat-Zinn. Kristin is the co-director of Delight Yoga. When her yoga journey began, it was like a piece of the puzzle was found. Yoga inspires Kristin in her everyday life, bringing her much joy and perspective.

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