2PM - 4:30PM | HALL | DONATION
In the aftermath of the #MeToo campaign women around the world are calling out the realities they face on a daily basis and coming together to create the change we need to see.
As powerful and necessary as these conversations are, they can also be draining and trigger painful memories. Work such as “The Body Keeps a Score” by Doctor Bessel Van Der Kolk highlights that trauma has a huge impact on our physical health and needs to be approached by working with the body, rather than the mind alone.
This workshop provides a space to emotionally and physically process feelings that you have in relation to your experience as a woman, using movement and somatic exercises. Throughout the session we will do activities to release fear and anger, explore boundary setting, consent and desire. In addition mindfulness exercises, active listening and some time for discussion will be incorporated.
The session is open to all people who self-identify as a woman.
Join us in our hall for this special workshop.