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Conny Dietzschold, Conny Dietzschold, coach and teacher in the field of personal development and meditation since 40 years, inspirational speaker internationally and an expert in event organisation since 1984 (conferences, congress, symposia and dialogues on 'New Consciousness for our Future'). She is one of the pioneers of the Brahma Kumaris’ work in Germany and has been initiator of major events and projects in Cologne since 1980. She founded several Meditation Centers in Germany for 15 years and was the national coordinator for Brahma Kumaris Germany until 1998. She is based in Sydney since 2001 and co-founded the meditation space - Center for Meditation and Personal Development in East Sydney in 2006.
She is also the founder and organiser of WEGs Women’s Empowerment Group, running fortnightly from 2012 - 2018. More than six years Conny is coaching + teaching meditation on a weekly basis to the staff of Cancer Council, Cancer Institute Sydney, Mental Health Association and the Heart Foundation. Some of the select corporates Conny conducted corporate Mindfulness sessions are Toyota, MTV, Pacific Magazines - Channel 9, Monumental Marketing Agency, and Ashurst International Law Firm.
She is the creator of the 12-Session course 'The Happiness Project' and the 12-Session course ‘The Creativity Project - Discovering and Recovering your Creativity’, Emotional Intelligence, Mindfulness Course + Masterclasses + R.A.I.N., How to change Habits, Mindful Self-Compassion, 13-Session series 'Simple Living’ and a 9-Session course ‘So You Think You Can Work’.
Conny is also offering Sift and Sound Baths Meditations with a large collection of singing bowls and bells. More information on her offerings can be found on eventbrite: https://sound-bath-meditations-sydney.eventbrite.com.au
Conny is actively involved in the international visual art scene with a passion for a dynamic cultural exchange. Since 1989 Conny is the curator and director of Conny Dietzschold Galleries, Sydney, Cologne and Hong Kong. She curates exhibitions for art institutions such as ACMI, Penrith Regional Gallery, Pt. Macquarie Regional Gallery, writes for art magazines and lectures at museums on art and values in Germany and Australia, like ACMI Melbourne, ACP and Tin Sheds - Sydney. From 2012 until 2013 she freelanced as an academic lecturer on motivation and creative innovative thinking at COFA, University of NSW.
Florian Schaeffer, Technical Business Analyst, meditator since 1985 and co-founder meditation space