Train with Heinz Stark
You are invited to join a two-year U.S. training in Systemic Constellation Work with HEINZ STARK. Sessions will be held at Hope Springs Institute near Cincinnati, Ohio. This training includes seven sessions, each six days long, over a two-year period in conjunction with ongoing peer study groups.

$1,650 USD per seminar, includes food & lodging.

About Heinz Stark

Location: Hope Springs Institute

Prospective Seminar Dates

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About Heinz Stark
Heinz Stark was instrumental in bringing Bert Hellinger's Constellation Work to the United States in 1995. Since that time, he has instituted a training program for facilitators in which he carefully oversees their learning. He has touched the lives of hundreds of Americans from coast to coast with his strong and compassionate approach to teaching and facilitating this powerful technique. He has been an educator and workshop leader since 1972. A body and family therapist in private practice in Germany, he has worked as a merchant marine and an art teacher. He has been incorporating Art, Bioenergetics, Gestalt Therapy, Postural-Integration and Shamanic Practices in his healing work for many years. In the early nineties, Heinz began to integrate Bert Hellinger's phenomenological systemic approach in his work. Heinz is now one of the leading teachers of this work in Germany. more -->

About Heinz Stark, continued
Heinz Stark is a member of the Internationaler Arbeitskreis fuer Systemische Loesungen (International Association for Systemic Solutions). He is one of the very few teachers offering a training and certification program in the U.S. For that purpose he founded The Stark Institute© with the intention to provide the highest quality education in the Bert Hellinger method.
Location: Hope Springs Institute
Hope Springs Institute is located 75 miles east of Cincinnati, Ohio, off highway 32 and 100 miles south of Columbus. It is in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains surrounded by 133 acres of peace and tranquility. The beauty of the trees along the ridges and the rock formations in the ravines are only rivaled by the swaying meadow grasses and inviting, sloping fields. The sound of trickling water down the ravine's rocky walls provides a serene atmosphere that brings out the poet in us. Two ponds offer the opportunity to thoughtfully gaze and become lost in the quiet. Walking trails provide comfortable access to nature's wonder where deer and wild turkey are frequently sighted. The quiet is only interrupted by the chirping and singing of the many species of birds who are a vital part of the panorama of wild flowers, trees, shrubs and grasses. more -->

Location: Hope Springs Institute, continued
Hope Springs Institute is spacious, colorful and comfortable. The center has the capacity to sleep 30 people. The main facility has 7 semi-private bedrooms, with 14 beds and 2 shared baths. The cottage has two semi-private bedrooms with 4 beds and a shared bath. The new studio has 4 bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms and sleeps 12.

The stone fireplace in the living room of the main house offers a cozy and friendly warmth after a relaxing unwinding in the outdoor hot tub. The large studio offers a large open area for yoga, dance, or presentations. The food is homemade, vegetarian, delicious, nutritious, and plentiful.

Visit Hope Springs' website for more information.
Prospective Seminar Dates
Introductory seminar: March 30-April 4, 2008

Study Seminar #2: May 11-16, 2008

Study Seminar #3: August 24-29, 2008

Study Seminar #4: October 12-17, 2008

Study Seminar #5: December 14-19, 2008 or January 11-16, 2009

Study Seminar #6: Date TBA - early 2009

Deepening Seminar: Date TBA - 2009