About

Nina

About

Nina

Bringing out the best in us

Nina Koren, MSc, MA, PhD, born in Aus­tria, is an expert spe­cial­iz­ing  in body-mind-spir­it inte­gra­tion and embod­i­ment train­ing.

Sup­port­ing holis­tic trans­for­ma­tion towards health and well­be­ing is one of her major pas­sions. Nina loves guid­ing explo­rations into our deep­est selves, which hold our high­est joy and poten­tial. In her work she applies a vari­ety of modal­i­ties, from trans­for­ma­tive talk and dance to gen­tle heal­ing touch. She pro­vides in-depth process facil­i­ta­tion and coach­ing for indi­vid­u­als, groups and teams both in pri­vate prac­tice in Aus­tria and inter­na­tion­al­ly, in Eng­lish and Ger­man lan­guages.

Nina is a reg­is­tered mem­ber of the British Asso­ci­a­tion for Coun­selling and Psy­chother­a­py BACP (www.bacp.co.uk). With her dear friend and col­league Christof Huber she found­ed the „inter­CON­NECTme“ Train­ing Pro­gram as well as “Con­scious Move­ment”, which is a beau­ti­ful, med­i­ta­tive, relax­ing move­ment series. She is Co-Founder and Mem­ber of the Board at Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence® Aus­tria (join an Intro-Work­shop here) and the work­shop-series and blog “The Art of Lov­ing”.

Spirituality and the Body

Nina holds a PhD in Psy­chol­o­gy, an  MSc degree in Inte­grat­ed Health Sci­ences and an M.A. in Russ­ian and French lan­guage and lit­er­a­ture. She is a licensed psy­cho­log­i­cal coun­sel­lor and body work­er, who grad­u­at­ed from an inten­sive six-year train­ing pro­gram at the Bar­bara Bren­nan School of Heal­ing® (BIP), where she became a mem­ber of the fac­ul­ty (Advanced Stud­ies Pro­gram). She has always been inter­est­ed in the inter­sec­tion between spir­i­tu­al­i­ty, our phys­i­cal exis­tence and sci­ence – so she cre­at­ed and direct­ed the sci­ence depart­ment for the MSc Train­ing in Body-Mind Process Facil­i­ta­tion in Lis­bon, taught at the Inter-Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Graz, Seck­au and pub­lished research on mind-body-approach­es (see below).

Oth­er train­ing and work expe­ri­ence includes: Hos­pice Work, Brief Fam­i­ly Ther­a­py (Steve de Shaz­er), Process Work (Arnold Min­dell). Authen­tic Move­ment. Trans­for­ma­tive Dance with the South Kore­an Dance Shaman Hiah Park. Butoh with Yumiko Yosh­io­ka.

Her inter­est in world affairs also led her to a career in jour­nal­ism on For­eign Affairs, with hun­dreds of arti­cles on com­plex glob­al rela­tion­ships. She loves trav­el­ling – both to the inside and to the out­side.

Bringing out the best in us

Nina Koren, MSc, MA, PhD, born in Aus­tria, is an expert spe­cial­iz­ing  in body-mind-spir­it inte­gra­tion and embod­i­ment train­ing.

Sup­port­ing holis­tic trans­for­ma­tion towards health and well­be­ing is one of her major pas­sions. Nina loves guid­ing explo­rations into our deep­est selves, which hold our high­est joy and poten­tial. In her work she applies a vari­ety of modal­i­ties, from trans­for­ma­tive talk and dance to gen­tle heal­ing touch. She pro­vides in-depth process facil­i­ta­tion and coach­ing for indi­vid­u­als, groups and teams both in pri­vate prac­tice in Aus­tria and inter­na­tion­al­ly, in Eng­lish and Ger­man lan­guages.

Nina is a reg­is­tered mem­ber of the British Asso­ci­a­tion for Coun­selling and Psy­chother­a­py BACP (www.bacp.co.uk). With her dear friend and col­league Christof Huber she found­ed the „inter­CON­NECTme“ Train­ing Pro­gram as well as “Con­scious Move­ment”, which is a beau­ti­ful, med­i­ta­tive, relax­ing move­ment series. She is Co-Founder and Mem­ber of the Board at Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence® Aus­tria (join an Intro-Work­shop here) and the work­shop-series and blog “The Art of Lov­ing”.

Spirituality and the Body

Nina holds a PhD in Psy­chol­o­gy, an  MSc degree in Inte­grat­ed Health Sci­ences and an M.A. in Russ­ian and French lan­guage and lit­er­a­ture. She is a licensed psy­cho­log­i­cal coun­sel­lor and body work­er, who grad­u­at­ed from an inten­sive six-year train­ing pro­gram at the Bar­bara Bren­nan School of Heal­ing® (BIP), where she became a mem­ber of the fac­ul­ty (Advanced Stud­ies Pro­gram). She has always been inter­est­ed in the inter­sec­tion between spir­i­tu­al­i­ty, our phys­i­cal exis­tence and sci­ence – so she cre­at­ed and direct­ed the sci­ence depart­ment for the MSc Train­ing in Body-Mind Process Facil­i­ta­tion in Lis­bon, taught at the Inter-Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Graz, Seck­au and pub­lished research on mind-body-approach­es (see below).

Oth­er train­ing and work expe­ri­ence includes: Hos­pice Work, Brief Fam­i­ly Ther­a­py (Steve de Shaz­er), Process Work (Arnold Min­dell). Authen­tic Move­ment. Trans­for­ma­tive Dance with the South Kore­an Dance Shaman Hiah Park. Butoh with Yumiko Yosh­io­ka.

Her inter­est in world affairs also led her to a career in jour­nal­ism on For­eign Affairs, with hun­dreds of arti­cles on com­plex glob­al rela­tion­ships. She loves trav­el­ling – both to the inside and to the out­side.

 

Research on
Brennan Healing Science

Nina Koren is also an author and researcher in the field of Body-Mind approach­es.

In 2018 her book “Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence: An Inte­gra­tive Approach to Ther­a­peu­tic Inter­ven­tion“ was pub­lished at Nova Sci­ence in New York.

A range of Nina’s research arti­cles can be found in the „Jour­nal of Alter­na­tive Med­i­cine Research“ (NY: 2018).

She offers Intro­duc­to­ry Work­shops “Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence” upon request.

Research on
Brennan Healing Science

Nina Koren is also an author and researcher in the field of Body-Mind approach­es.

In 2018 her book “Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence: An Inte­gra­tive Approach to Ther­a­peu­tic Inter­ven­tion“ was pub­lished at Nova Sci­ence in New York.

A range of Nina’s research arti­cles can be found in the „Jour­nal of Alter­na­tive Med­i­cine Research“ (NY: 2018).

She offers Intro­duc­to­ry Work­shops “Bren­nan Heal­ing Sci­ence” upon request.