october, 2021

03oct12:30 pm6:30 pmReal moments: a workshop about being true to yourself2nd edition

Event Details

What does it mean to be true to yourself? And why can it be so damn hard to do so? Why do we adjust the way we present ourselves? Why do we go against our own desires so often? And what is the alternative?
During this five-hour workshop, we’ll take a break from having to be the best version of ourselves as we explore the idea of creating real moments. These are moments in which our outer expression is in complete alignment with our inner truth. Rather than a self-improvement workshop, this is a safe space to welcome our most authentic self. Rather than presenting ourselves in the best possible way and impressing each other, we’ll explore what happens when we drop our masks and be as we are.


We’ll create a space in which we can safely connect with ourselves and each other. From there, we’ll use practical exercises to create real moments. We’ll play with honest communication, genuine emotional expression, and with different ways of expressing ourselves physically. We’ll explore techniques inspired by tantra, radical honesty, voice dialogue, systemic constellations, and various embodiment practices. We’ll get to experience what it feels like when all thoughts and emotions are welcome, and what it’s like to truly honor our needs, desires, and boundaries.


Together, we’ll experience that being open, honest, and vulnerable doesn’t lead to rejection, but is actually the key to genuine connection. We’ll come to recognize that the emotions in which we tend to feel most alone are actually the most universal aspects of the human experience. By experimenting with creating real moments together, we’ll learn that we have the ability to improve the quality of our lives and relationships, one moment at a time.
The goal of this workshop is to recognize real moments as the times in which magic happens, the times we remember, the times we draw inspiration from later, and the times that inspire others. We get to experience that they’re a key element in living a life that is more fulfilling, and some of the most tangible manifestations of what it means to feel alive.


Date: Sunday 3 October 2021
Start: Arrive between 12:30 and 12:45.
End: 18:30.
Location: Life Artists Creators Hub, Milastraße 4, Berlin.
Facilitators: Mette Sander Koppelaar & Mirte Mohrmann


Early bird: €35 for the first eight tickets.
Regular bird: €40 for the next eight tickets.
Late bird: €45 for the last eight tickets.


We warmly welcome people of all gender identities, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, body shapes, and ages. We obviously do not welcome racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or any other kind of discrimination.


In order to attend you need to bring proof of one of the following:
– A negative antigen quick rest taken on that day or max 24h before the beginning of the workshop. This can be either an official test (​​https://berlin-corona-test.de / https://schnelltestberlin.de) or a photo of you with a self test.
– That you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19
– That you had a corona infection in the last 6 months and have recovered


Mette (1984) is the initiator of the Nibana Festival: a festival where participants are invited to redefine the rules by which they live and be their most authentic selves. Since COVID put the festival on hold in 2020, he started writing a book about authenticity. These days, he spends most of his days thinking, reading, and writing about the art of being ourselves. He enjoys facilitating workshops on this topic and supporting others in doing the same.
Mette on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sander.koppelaar/


As a passionate world traveller Mirte’s strong curiosity keeps her searching the globe for magical hidden places and inspiring adventures. Besides passport stamps, she’s used the last six years to collect knowledge and experience in the fields of sacred sexuality, tantra, and conscious relating. Whilst being devoted to discovering what living an authentic life means for her, Mirte currently organizes corporate retreats with a conscious twist, and supports other women in the field of sacred sexuality and healing.
Mirte on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mirte.mohrmann


If you have any questions about the workshop, about us, or about whether this is for you, feel free to send us a message. Don’t hold back. We’ll gladly answer your questions 🤗


(Sunday) 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm


Life Artists

Mila Strasse 4, Berlin, Germany