Radical Aliveness

October 7 - 12, 2018

There is a state in which you are fully alive, authentic, and spontaneous. You are open to all of your feelings, connected to your strength and your truth. You are not afraid to know anything about yourself or about others. You seek out and value the diverse perspectives we all bring. Here you can meet life in all its possibilities.

In this state you are a force of nature, a presence that helps life’s greatest potential to emerge.
Presenter Ann Bradney calls this Radical Aliveness.

When we can be present with ourselves, not from a defended place but from a deeply healed and whole place, we can live the life we long for and be in the world in ways that create healing. To be able to stay with ourselves, we must experience all that we are – our pleasure and our pain, our love and our rage – all the messy contradictions that make us human.

This Radical Aliveness workshop creates a container where the frozen feelings that keep us from living fully can come into the light and be transformed. This work unfolds through powerful group and individual process.

You will experience the goodness and essence that lives beyond your most destructive patterns and expand your ability to meet the complex and multi-faceted world in ways that benefit all.

Return to your life refreshed, wildly expanded and fully expressive of all your gifts!

Ann Bradney is the founder and Director of the Radical Aliveness Institute whose mission is to train committed individuals to be courageous leaders and influential change agents, acting with flexibility and sensitivity in any environment. radicalaliveness.org

The Radical Aliveness Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs. The Radical Aliveness Institute maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. (CAMFT Approved Provider #137125). Click here for more info.


Listen to students and faculty of Radical Aliveness speak about their experiences with the program: