INTAGIO 6th Annual Gathering

May 30 - 2 June 2019
Pre-gathering workshops on 29 May 2019

Thessaloniki - Greece

The Annual Gathering

is a co-created meeting of colleagues with up to 30 participants, where there is time and space to share, doubt, discuss, listen, learn and work together.

The Annual Gathering 2019 will consist of:

  • Co-created professional content around Gestalt in Organizations
  • Informal space to meet one another, and the
  • Annual General Meeting (AGM) dealing with organizational matters and elections to the executive committee.

Connections to the Thessaloniki Gestalt Community, possible Practicals and other Attractors:

  • Gestalt in Greece – There is a thriving Gestalt community in Thessaloniki that we can connect to.
  • Local Clients – Due to high demand in the past to experience practical work, clients will be arranged for pro bono work with volunteer consultants from the attendants of the Gathering.
  • Unique Opportunities - The Gathering Committee is considering for the pre-gathering workshop to blend ‘relational outdoors‘ with ‘meeting the world where we are’, e.g. local refugee initiatives.


Our special invitation goes to all members to invite additional interested practitioners to join INTAGIO for this 2019 Gathering. Please share this invitation thoughtfully.

Any special offers to give something to our community, or requests to take away something from the Gathering that you would like to make in advance, as they can influence our meeting each other, please communicate to the Gathering Committee.

Registration prices: 

Registration prices include:
  • Sleep in a single room or double room for three nights, including breakfast
  • Lunch on 30, 31 May, 1, 2 June 2019 - in the hotel
  • Dinner on 30, 31 May, 1 June 2019 - in outside restaurant
  • Coffee breaks for the gathering
  • Organizational expenses (approx 30€)
  • Pre-gathering workshop day includes hotel costs, but not lunch or supper - we will probably go out together

  Single room  Double room 
 Standard fee
 370 €/person 290 €/person
                       
 Non-residential 150 €/person 150 €/person
   
 Scholarship  tbd €/person tbd €/person
   
 Pre-gathering workshop day   
 80 €/person 80 €/person

Other info:

  • Extra night before and after the gathering to be booked directly with the hotel.

  • For the double room, you can team up with someone, or ask the organizers to propose you to team up with other people who are interested to stay in a double room.

  • Non-residential price is offered mainly for those living in Greece, and includes:
    • Coffee/tea during breaks
    • Lunch on Gathering dates
    • Organizational expenses (approx 30€)

  • The gathering is self-organized, and a large number of members contribute to make the gathering happen, including the Organizing Committee. The above prices are used entirely towards paying third parties, mainly the hotel, and members do not receive financial compensation for their contribution.

  • To ensure that our Gathering is as inclusive as possible, INTAGIO offers a limited number of partial scholarships, to support people who have the intention and will to come and contribute to the Gathering. Any interest? There is a limited number of partial scholarships available. Please, apply to Frans Meulmeester info@lifeisaninvitation.nl, or Naoum Liotas nliotas@gmail.com.
See you then,
The Organizing Committee
Hakan Kellgren
Karen Soderberg Hincliffe
Jochen Lohmeier


 

Register your participation


1. Fill the registration form to participate

CLICK HERE TO FILL THE REGISTRATION FORM

  • After you filled the form, your name is automatically added to the list below after a short delay (maximum 5 minutes).
  • We thought to make the list visible to all, so it can encourage each other to come. If for any reason you don't want your name to appear in this list, write to Jochen, and we can make it hidden.
  • Please register as soon as you know - it helps the organizing committee a lot in planning the program, and managing the contract with the hotel.

2. Pay the Gathering registration fee on the Payments page


Note:

Bank transfer: if you wish to use bank transfer instead of Paypal, we maintain a bank account for this reason. You find the bank details in the bottom of the Payments page.

Current list of registrations:


Organize your trip

1. Organize your VISA if needed

Countries requiring or not requiring a Visa: http://www.mfa.gr/en/visas/visas-for-foreigners-traveling-to-greece/countries-requiring-or-not-requiring-visa.html


2. Hotel info


Your room is booked by the organizers.

Hotel website and address:

Hotel Olympia, Thessaloniki, Greece;
  • address: Olimpou 65, Thessaloniki 546 31, Greece
  • phone: +30 231 023 5421
  • directions on Google Maps: Goolge Maps Link


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Description of the Hotel and Surrounds:


The Hotel Olympia is one of the oldest in the historical center of the city, recently renovated. It is a central boutique hotel.

The immediate surroundings include an archeological site, the Roman Agora, a lot of Byzantine churches, and beautiful picturesque coffee shops where we can meet. We will go to a different taverna or restaurant each night as Thessaloniki is famous for its Mediterranean cuisine. We will have a guided tour to see the city or parts of interest, we can organise an event on a ship (possibly after dinner), and go to a place to eat and dance on Saturday night with an orchestra. This time around the hotel is within the city.

There are memorable places nearby of historical or picturesque interest like Vergina, the capital of Ancient Macedonia, 70km from Thessaloniki, or Stagira the birth place of Aristotle in Chalkidiki, 92km from Thessaloniki.

3. Book your flight

The summer is high-season, so consider booking your flights well in advance.

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece and has non-stop flights from/to 87 cities in the world. There are direct flights e.g. from Amsterdam, Athens, Basel, Belgrade, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Dnepropetrovsk, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Istanbul, London, Manchester, Milan, Minsk, Moscow, Munich, Riga, Rome, St Petersburg, Stuttgart, Tel Aviv and Warsaw, to name a few. In some cases, it might be cheaper to come with a non-direct flight (have a look at Skyscanner.net, or similar travel sites). If you are coming from the US you might need to catch a transfer flight usually at Athens, Munich or Frankfurt airports.