Holistic Centers Network

Our mission is to provide creative networking opportunities that strengthen communication, connection and collaboration among holistic centers worldwide.

Join the Holistic Centers Network and access the range of services designed to support the potential of your center. Offered in the spirit of collaboration and for just over $20 a month it’s a wise investment! Through our unity in diversity we strengthen the holistic movement around the world.

Webinars

HCN Webinars engage peers from holistic centers worldwide in a supportive learning community. Themes are relevant and diverse, ranging from programming and marketing, to self-care and sustainability. Each webinar is hosted by a different center, openly sharing expertise, best practices, challenges and insights with each other.Read more

Gathering

Each year, HCN co-creates the Centers Gathering, a unique opportunity to meet your peers in the spirit of friendship, recognition and unity. Share your experience, enjoy reciprocal learning, have fun and feel nourished by the network. Return more inspired and aware of how you can successfully achieve your center's mission.Read more

Membership

HCN Membership provides opportunities to connect, learn and support each other, strengthening the global network of transformational centers and making a positive difference in the world. Our Membership model is designed to foster collaboration and demonstrate a sustainable business model to help centers thrive.Read more

E-Learning

HCN Online Courses are designed to catapult transformational communities to the forefront of evolutionary leadership. Providing the opportunity to deepen into themes offered through monthly webinars, courses will be offered in support of both established and emerging centers and be available from Autumn 2018.Read more

Consultancy

HCN Consultancy offers a range of services tailored to support your center and help create a thriving community and organisational culture. Drawing on years of experience, we offer a unique understanding of the challenges and opportunities that arise in the day to day operations of a holistic center.Read more

Research

HCN Research is made possible through the relational trust established between the leading centers worldwide since HCN began via the Centers Gathering over 30 years ago. By sharing data, trends, and analytics we are creating an invaluable source of information that helps us contribute to a more holistic world culture.Read more

Featured Posts

China: Courage and Renewal

Mentored by social activist and writer Parker J. Palmer, Dan Hines serves as an international workshop leader, a small group facilitator, and a leadership consultant for professionals and for business, educational, and religious organizations. Over the past several years, he has offered programs at many holistic centers: Dan is currently completing a four month residency of teaching leadership skills and serving at House of I, China.

Learning in a Holistic Community

The Findhorn Foundation and Community is a living model for the future. Every year the community welcomes thousands of fellow-adventurers from all over the world to participate in the workshops, conferences and special events.

Explore how to live deeply connected to self, others, spirit and nature – a uniquely transformational learning experience – within a holistic community.

An Integral Understanding of a Holistic Way of Being

An expert in the integral philosophy of Ken Wilber, Integral Zen Master Doshin Roshi is a strong voice on postmodernism. Engage in a conversation that might just unravel everything you believe in and yet point in the only direction possible.

From Doshin’s awakened mind, a radical shift in consciousness is needed if the holistic centers of today are to be truly relevant.

Diving Deeper into Programming Trends

Susie Arnett, Director of Luminary Programming at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, hosted our August webinar exploring the theme of Programming in a Changing World.

Susie asked some key questions;

Do we always want to grow?
Have we hit our capacity?
How do we program differently?
What is really important?

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