Integration Trainers and Assistants

Your NVC Trainers

Phoenix Soleil, Guest Trainer, is an artist and lifelong spiritual practitioner who has trained in the Theravada Buddhist tradition and Nonviolent Communication. Nonviolent Communication (NVC). Her mindfulness training includes several silent meditation retreats of two months and longer.  She is  a Partner/Worker-Owner at LIFT Economy where she offers collaboration, racial justice, and meditation training. She has facilitated trainings for organizations such as  Google, Kellogg Foundation, UC Berkeley, Mind Body Awareness Project, Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute and Insight Meditation Society.  The most important ingredients in her trainings are fun, passion, and intimacy in the service of supporting the transformation of oppressive systems that we’ve inherited. You may find out more about her at and
Kristin Masters, Core Trainer, is committed to creating a world that works for everyone. She has long been a group facilitator and diversity trainer, and loves helping groups find ways to more easily move toward the goals of their good work. She is currently a trainer for the yearly Nonviolent Leadership for Social Justice Retreat, and she is a member of Robert Gonzales’ team of trainers supporting his Living Compassion work. Kristin studies and supports Sarah Peyton in her combination of IPNB (Interpersonal Neurobiology) and NVC. Kristin draws on grief work to move us toward an orientation of loving what we have lost. Kristin will be the primary trainer this year, and will be inviting in other trainers from near and far to co-train.
Mary Goyer, Core Trainer, is a holistic counselor & trainer specializing in the intersection of leadership development, trauma healing, and consciousness expansion for executives in high-impact organizations. She draws upon her traditional training in Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT), her background in conscious communication, and her expertise in mind-body healing techniques to help professionals in struggling teams tap into their creative, collaborative potential.


To Be Announced Soon

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