Training on Deductical mastery

For any movement to gain momentum, one must start with the first action

Elements of momentum

  • Didactic & trainable structure
  • Advanced coaching
  • Client moving questions
  • Psychosomatic approach
  • Mapping, scaling and sociogram
  • Working with context
  • Dealing with multiple roles at the same time
  • Mastering your emotions and brain
  • Stress prevention
  • Creating a strategy for the future
  • Personal & professional development
Details to be announced

The upcoming Momentum is in:









Participation fee

€525 - general participation fee for people with a paid job or their own company.

€450 - for loyal customers of Olde Vechte who took part in another open call training.

€450 - for people without a paid job and students.
€ 380 - for loyal customers of Olde Vechte who took part in another open call training and who don't have a paid job or are students. 

To ensure your place in the retreat send us a copy of your travel booking by email. (If you don't need the travel reservation then transfer the registration fee of €125.)

Participants take care of their travel expenses. Accommodation and food are covered by Olde Vechte.

How to register

If you want to register for the training, you need to be above 21+ and english speaking. Click the register button on the left and fill in the registration form.

The selection of the participants is based on chronological order and will be up to 25 people. If you are selected, you will receive a confirmation letter.

If you’re not sure whether this training is a good fit for you, you can schedule a short 15-mins talk with the Head trainer - Marko Vlaming. Please book your time HERE.

Starting and ending date

11th of April 2024 - the program starts at 19:30 local time.

16th of April 2024 - the last day of the training finishes at 18:15.

17th of April 2024 - departure day before 11.00.

The trainers of this course:

Marko Vlaming

Youth worker, Head Trainer and Director

Marko started 25 years ago as a youth worker after obtaining his university degree in social and cultural work. Besides doing youth work and trainings, he uses coaching approaches in his daily work. In the last 12 years he developed into an all-round coach. Learning by experience as a method in coaching created a coaching approach that is very focused on working in the here and now. In his practice he works a lot with on-the-job coaching, supporting people to build up their life dream in the way they create fulfilment in their lives, using a wide spectrum of coaching methods and techniques that are currently available.

Krisztina Erdélyi

Educator, Trainer, Learning designer, Youth worker

For me, learning is a constant flow, it is always in motion: has different shapes, offers continuous insights and is present all around as long as we welcome it. These thoughts inspire me while working as a freelance trainer and project designer, while creating playful and dynamic learning frames for groups and individuals.
Working from and with this movement has always been exciting for me… it is the essence of my professional practice and it keeps leading me towards new and impactful discoveries (whether I’m facilitating a coaching conversation, delivering a training program or guiding a team of professionals).

Alina Porumboiu

Psychotherapist, Trainer and Coach

The fascination for moments of change, courage, and connection has been the guiding force towards working with people (young and adults) in the context of coaching and therapy. I often find myself immersed in an interaction, creating space for new perspectives to arise. There has been a constant curiosity about relationships (couple, parent-child, work-related and between inner parts) for as long as I can remember. I like to listen with all my body to the story behind the words and with kind sharpness to invite to a deeper delving.

“When there is an urge to make everything stop, better make it move."


The training takes place in the Olde Vechte Foundation community centre in Ommen, the Netherlands and is organized in and around the premises of the Olde Vechte Foundation.

You’ll stay in a shared (2-4 people) room with common toilets/showers located on every floor. There is Wi-Fi available and you will have access to the washing machine and a dryer.

The accommodation is located within a walking distance from Ommen city center (approx. 500 m). We will send you further information about how to get there and what to bring with you after your application form is approved.

As a foundation, Olde Vechte has its own training centre/community centre which enables us to keep our activities accessible to more people. During our trainings, the participant groups are taking care of the buildings and the cleanliness of their living spaces (such as cleaning their own dishes after meals). Besides the fact that it allows us to keep our participation fees low, it is also supportive for group processes - you have the chance to meet each other in another way, not just during the program.