We invite you to spend a mid-summer weekend with the Joshis in beautiful Gloucester, enjoying a unique opportunity for students of the mapping method to get together and to join the masters themselves for two and half days of sharing experiences, active learning, and community building.
As students of the Joshis, we know they are the pioneers of the MAP of the animal kingdom, and the first to highlight the correspondences between the periodic table of elements and the other kingdoms. They are also exceptional teachers, with a genuine passion for enabling us to put mapping approaches into practice, so you can be sure it will be a rewarding learning experience!
With a special emphasis on case-taking skills development and case analysis methods, the two and a half days will include:
- a live case
- an introduction to the charts of Vertebrate and Invertebrates
- the incredible MAP of birds
- comparing and differentiating the birds and insect
and opportunities to discuss and gain insights into your own challenges in applying the method in practice!