Jane Horrocks
Photo Credit: Andrew Whitton
When we're young, we often have grand ideas of what we want to be when we're 'grown up', but as we get older, it's easy to make excuses for why we should let our childhood dreams slip away. 
In this month's newsletter, we celebrate some Hoffman Graduates who have made their dreams come true... 
  • Jane Horrocks (pictured) lifts the roof and busts some moves at the Young Vic Theatre
  • Denise Quinlan 'comes out' as a creative
  • Hoffman events in Amsterdam
  • Mairin Colleary takes a road trip to Mongolia
  • Plus April's Top Tip
With love from the Hoffman Team. 

She's found her voice: Jane Horrocks


Photo Credit: Johan Persson
Jane Horrocks, actress, comedienne and singer rocks it big at the Young Vic Theatre in London this month.

Jane credits the Hoffman Process with giving her the courage to achieve a lifelong ambition; "It's a year since doing the Hoffman Process and I finally feel I am able to spread my wings creatively." 

If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me
  is part gig, part dance piece. In it, Jane sings her own gritty and soulful versions of the new wave music she grew up with. You can watch a trailer for the show here and book tickets here
-  but hurry, because it finishes on April 16.

Jane can also be seen reprising her role as Bubble in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie , out this summer.

Creative career moves


Denise in Downing StreetFor 23 years, Denise Quinlan's work included business development, marketing, sales and partnering roles for IT companies. Caught in a high-pressure corporate environment driven by quarterly targets, she began to question what it was all about. 
Two years and one amazing road-trip later, her days couldn't be more different.
"In my 20s, I was the enthusiastic hard-worker, very willing to put in way-more-than-necessary hours. By my 30s, I didn't have the same energy to fling at it. With my Dad very ill, some of my original motivators fuelling the hamster-on-a-wheel lifestyle were no longer there. Then, to top it off, a long-term relationship came to an abrupt end..." 
Click here to read how Denise found her dream job. 

Hoffman events in Amsterdam 


Serena Gordon
With over 160 Hoffman Graduates in the Netherlands we felt it was important to come and bring a bit of Hoffman spirit to you all...

So on June 17-18, Hoffman UK co-founder Serena Gordon and 
Supervising teacher Mairi Russell will be hosting two events in Amsterdam.

Hoffman Process Information Evening:
Friday 17 June 2016
Time: 7.30 -9.00pm
Venue: Van Ede & Partners, Sophialaan 3, Amsterdam
Hoffman Graduate Reconnection Day:
Saturday 18 June 2016
Mairi RussellTime: 9.30am - 5.30pm (arrive from 9.00am)
Cost: €115 or €200 for 2 people. Hoffman grads only.
Venue: Van Ede & Partners, Sophialaan 3, Amsterdam
Click here for more information and to book your places. 

Tell your friends and Hoffman buddies to keep these dates free and we look forward to seeing you there. 

If you would like to book a private session on Sunday 19 or Monday 20 with Mairi, please email her here.
Mo's Mongolian adventure


Mairin Colleary, owner of Florence House, will be a familiar face to anyone who has taken the Process there.

Mo and her amazing team have supported thousands of Hoffman grads on their Hoffman adventure - and on July 9, she's taking part in an exciting adventure of her own.
 With her friend Kitty Hagenbach, she is taking part in the Mongolian Charity Car Rally driving from Brussels to Ulan Bator. This epic journey of 12,000 km will travel through Belgium, Germany, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Iran, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Mongolia. They'll be taking part in aid of the charity Go Help, which provides mobile classrooms, libraries and health clinics for children in Mongolia. 

You can follow Mo and Kitty's rally on their blog, and help support their cause by donating to their Justgiving page here.
Wishing you smooth roads and lots of Va Va Voom...
Hoffman graduate events

Reconnection Day: Saturday 9 April
Come and spend a whole day reconnecting to the Hoffman tools, and surrounded by love and light. Rekindle your vision, and remind yourself how essential the Hoffman tools are.
Time: 10.00am - 5.30pm
Venue: Violet Hill Studios, Violet Hill, London, NW8 9EB 
More info and to book 
Graduate Support Call Support Call: Tuesday 12 April   
Letting go of control
No one likes to admit to having controlling patterns. Easier to spot in others aren't they? But when we look with self-compassion, it's easier to face how certain triggers set off reactions in us. 
Led by Supervising Hoffman Teacher Matthew Pruen 
Time: 7.30-8.45pm
More info & to book

Come to Closure: Thursday 21 April
Re-experience the Closure visualisation, see some of the teachers and celebrate with new Hoffman Graduates.
Venue: Florence House, Seaford
Next date: Thursday 5 May, Florence House. 

London Support Evening: Friday 15 April
We're heading north of the Thames this month! Come and join other graduates and dive into some Hoffman tools and visualisations. 
Venue: Violet Hill Studios, Violet Hill, London, NW8 9EB  
Time: 7.00-9.00pm (Doors open at 6.30 for 7pm start)
The Hoffman JournalThe Hoffman Post Process Journal
A handy journal that provides you with a reminder of the Hoffman tools and techniques 365 days of the year. Start any time and keep Hoffman with you by your side.
Hoffman App The Hoffman App
If you struggle to think of the tools, let alone use them the Hoffman App could be just the thing you need. Have fun with all the tools on offer, including a Wiffle bat for a bit of energetic release! Available for iphone and android.  
Questions? please call 01903 88 99 90 or email us 

Other Hoffman events to tell your friends

Information Phone In Information Phone-In:  
Tuesday 19 April  
Information EveningsLondon Information Evening: 
Tuesday 26 April
7.30pm-9.30pm. Regent's University, London NW1 4NS
More Info 

Information EveningsAmsterdam Information Evening: 
Friday 17 June

Introduction Day:
Saturday 21 May, London    

Next Process Dates:
Apr 16-22, Florence House
Apr 30-May 6, Florence House
May 14-20, Dunford House
May 28-June 3, Florence House 
These events are a great way to share your Process experience with a friend. Or come along and support those interested in hearing more.  
Any questions? call 01903 88 99 90 or email us

Hoffman Top Tip 


Busy Honey Bee
Do you have a career or just a job?

Think about the situation you are in work-wise. How do you feel about your work and your role in it? Is it fulfilling your dreams and expectations? Or is it time to examine other possibilities that might be open to you in the future?

Close your eyes and listen for any messages you receive from your Intellect, Emotional self, Body and Spiritual Self. Ask these aspects to let you know if they feel nourished by what you do. You may find yourself faced with a Yes/No answer. 'Yes, I am happy to keep on with what I do now' or 'No, this is not where I want to be in X number of years'.

If the answer is 'Yes' be grateful. Re-commit to your work and appreciate those who have supported you in getting you where you are today.

If the answer is 'No', start considering what steps you will need to change direction. And consider what kind of support you will need to make these changes. Be sure to involve those who will be affected by your decisions and make plans together. 
Until next month...
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