Collective Challenges - Collective learning

Self-regulation, Co-regulation and Group Coherence

Collective learning spaces are part of a healthy way of living. Our relations are an essential part of who we are – and we can consciously cultivate this aspect in our lives, even and especially during times of crisis. The Pocket Project is committed to open spaces for collective presence and compassion. We do need these qualities to activate the healthy response mechanisms of our global immune system.

Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It's a relationship between equals. Only when we know our darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we recognise our shared humanity.
Pema Chödrön

As our world is rapidly changing, the need for self-regulation (inner awareness practices), co-regulation (practices for awareness in relationship), and group coherence (networks of increased synchronisation and resonance) are becoming some of the most important medicines of our time. We need the presence of these levels of being to become balanced, related and co-creative when circumstances are more challenging. 

Within our community calls, Pocket Project Facilitators open a space to welcome you into a space of presence and relatedness. Through facilitated group processes, we raise the sense of connection between us, which serves individuals within the group to share authentically. We practice skills like mindfulness, self-care and attunement, and potentially start to digest stress, anxiety, grief and fear that might come up in the face of uncertainty in our lives. 

Each of our Community Calls will be dedicated to a particular competency or topic. The calls are free.

Our next calls will take place on:

5. July 2021, 8-9.30pm CEST Community Call -

Self-Regulation & Co-Regulation – Basic Competencies

30. August 2021, 8-9.30pm CEST

Community Call

20. September 2021, 8-9.30pm CEST

Community Call

27. September 2021, 8-9.30pm CEST

Community Call

(Please check here to find the time in your location)


Kosha Joubert

serves as CEO of the Pocket Project. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an international facilitator, author, coach and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of sustainable development, curriculum development and intercultural collaboration. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to the healing of divides and collective trauma ever since. She has been learning with Thomas for 15 years. She has served as a host and mentor for almost all of Thomas Hübl’s online courses, co-moderated two of the Celebrate Life Festivals and was a co-host of the 2019 and 2020 Online Summit on Collective Trauma.

Bee James

has been a certified coach, facilitator and trainer for the creative leadership consultants Olivier Mythodrama for the last 20 years where she is also a Senior Program Director and Director of Community. Much of her work with Mythodrama has been developing and running courses for women leaders. Bee is also a trained Family Constellations practitioner, a Somatic Experience practitioner and is fully trained in PBSP – body based psychotherapy. She has a private therapeutic practice that she runs from her home in Wiltshire UK where she lives with her husband and raised three children. She met Thomas Hübl in 2009 and after her training with him in the Timeless Wisdom Training became a member of his assistant team. She was a member of the assistants team on the two year Pocket Project training and Co-moderated the Celebrate Life Festival in Germany in 2018.

Teddy Frank

Teddy is trained as a trauma-informed creative arts and Bioenergetic psychotherapist, leadership coach and transformational group facilitator. She serves as an executive coach for Mobius Executive Leadership. Teddy is Co-Founder of Humanenergetics, Inc. working to restore healthy relationships with self, others and our global world. She was the former Global Head of Cultural Transformation at Royal Philips, facilitating top leadership teams and architect of the culture strategy. Integrating her passion for social justice and cross-cultural wisdom teachings, Teddy serves as a facilitator and researcher for the Pocket Project and has been studying with Thomas Huebl since 2017.

Nancy Hyatt

has been working as psychotherapist specializing in intensive individual and relational transformation for over 20 years. She is trained in EMDR, Imago Relationship Therapy and integrates mindfulness, somatic coaching and HeartMath into her psychotherapeutic approach. Nancy has been a student of Thomas Hübl for over five years and participated in the Pocket Project training. Nancy also serves as an executive coach on Mobius Executive Leadership’s Transformational Faculty.

Gary Joplin

is an international expert in somatic training and embodiment, as well as a professional choreographer and stage director. Drawing on a fusion of theatrical work and innovative embodiment studies, Gary brings a unique combination of practical physical knowledge with a playful sense of energetic mastery to the world of integrative body and mind practices. He is a Visiting Master in somatic practices for The Octave Institute in China, a member of the faculty for the School of Life Therapists in Holland, and a contributing somatic coach for Mobius Leadership. He has studied with Thomas for over 12 years and supports his work as an assistant in The Pocket Project, TWTs 4, 5, and 6, as well as in numerous retreats and festivals in Germany, Israel, China and the US.

Anjet Sekkat

Anjet Sekkat is a coach and has been working with couples, individuals and groups in transformational processes for over 19 years. As group facilitator, she is specialised in empowering people in their subtle competency, in the capacity to relate, in transparent communication and in creating a new cultural learning field. As senior student of Thomas she is part of the assistant team since 2005.

Hilorie Baer

is a consultant, coach and psychotherapist with over 25 years’ experience, working with groups, individuals and couples. She has extensive training in traditional psychodynamic therapy, somatic body/mind work, Jungian archetypes and family systems and couples work.Her work focuses on helping people discover, connect to and express their highest potential in all aspects of their life, personal and professional. Hilorie has been working intensively with Thomas Huebl for the past four years and has found the involvement in his teachings and the work emerging from them to be truly transformative for her own life and for her work with clients. Hilorie is originally from New York but has lived for the past 20 years in Israel with her husband and three children.