26 & 27 March 2022

Want to feel more spark?

Confused about what lights you up in life?

Want tools to find and stay close to your own vital nature?


Then join us on the Hunt for Vitality!

Vitality can mean different things to different people. It’s often used synonymously with adjectives like strong, exuberant, intense…for this workshop though, we are inspired by the definition, that vitality is:

the power giving continuance of life, present in all living things”.

Vitality is an energetic quality that can take many different forms.

Sometimes it’s extroverted and exuberant, other times it’s a quiet, grounded sense of fullness that comes from being on the path of one’s heart in life.

This workshop is for anyone, who like us, wants to learn to stay more connected to a sense of vitality through the ups and downs of life.

The Process Work paradigm is centered on noticing and following energetic feedback, essentially, finding what is vital in the moment for the person, group or organisation. Connecting to vitality is the essence of what we do!

In this fun, highly experiential two-day workshop, we’ll use the Process Work paradigm to explore together a range of ways to find and follow your own unique path of vitality – that which guides you to meaning and deep wellbeing.

You don’t need any experience in Process Work or anything else to join.

Just a desire for more vitality in your life!

BEHIND THE SCENES (this is how we designed the workshop!)

We’re both passionate about collaborative learning, teaching from one’s own grounded experience, and teaching as a way to learn. Here’s some short snippets of the conversations we had about vitality, that form the bones of the workshop…


Inner Criticism



Showing Up

Life Myth


Liz Scarfe

I’m fascinated by the concept of vitality and how this emerges across the different levels of our lived experience – from our inner worlds to our cultural worlds; our connections with our own bodies, the social body, and land/place – and how dedication to one’s path of heart intersects with wider social wellbeing.

I love learning so as well as being a Process Work Diplomate, I also have a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and vocational qualifications in adult education and management, and I’m currently studying a Masters in Culture, Health and Medicine (critical medical anthropology).

Dr Julia Wolfson

I’ve been mainly active in education and human support arenas in direct support, leadership, and training roles. I now coach people who want to use their inner vitality to become more effective in their sphere of influence. As a process-oriented coach and facilitator, I hunt for atmospheres, emotions and descriptions that hold precious information about a possible future already making its presence and direction visible. My own life has been an array of phases that in hindsight have distinctive vitality characteristics. 

In my doctoral research, I discovered characteristics that enable people going through organisational collapse and rebuilding to heal, survive and help the entire system to transform. Nowadays, I might rename those inner powers I identified as “vitality indicators”. 


26 & 27 March, 2022

10am – 4pm Melb/Syd/Canberra time

The training will be on Zoom and if your internet connection allows, with video on.

The Zoom link will be sent to participants the day before the training. 


The fee for the training is $340 AUD but we don’t want anyone to miss out due to funds so please get in touch at if you need a reduced rate.

Cancellations with less than two days notice will not be refunded. Cancellations with more than two days notice will receive a 80% fee refund.


To register for the training, complete the registration and payment form below. If you need a fee reduction or have any other questions, please contact us at

ANZPOP acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the Maori First Nations peoples. We pay respect to their elders across time. We give thanks for the Indigenous knowledge that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience, and spirit of First Nations peoples to counter the ongoing impacts of colonisation on their culture, well-being, and sovereignty.

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