my best teacher essay
alto saxophone history essay outline
propecia siede effetcs duration
order girl viagra online
aricept and glantamine together
levitra levitinha cd completo
go to site
public relations internship resume example
candide critical essay
how to write a stand out admission essay for nursing
viagra frankreich rezeptfrei kaufen
research thesis topics psychology
bagan photo essay
jack essay lord of the flies
efectos secundarios viagra cialis levitra
levitra east whittier
essay introduce myself
Tuesday, Nov 17, 2020 // 12:30pm PST
Hosted by Prentis Hemphill
Member price accessed with discount code at checkout. Are you a member and don’t know your code? Email firstname.lastname@example.org! Not a member but interested in these perks? Join here!
We know that our relationships with each other are the foundation for the change work we do. This workshop will explore the impact of trauma and oppression on our individual and collective bodies. It will help us engage trauma-healing and resilience-building in our physiology and through practice. We will also cultivate practices to strengthen our inherent resilience to help us live out bold visions of interdependence, sustainability, and the abolition of harmful systems. We will discuss the importance of developing embodied and emotional capacities that underpin these visions.
Prentis Hemphill is movement facilitator, Somatics teacher and practitioner, and writer living and working at the convergence of healing, individual and collective transformation, and political organizing. Prentis spent many years working with powerful movements and organizations, most recently as the Healing Justice Director at Black Lives Matter Global Network.
In 2016, Prentis was awarded the Buddhist Peace Fellowship Soma Award for community work inspired by Buddhist thought. Prentis is the founder of the Black Embodiment Initiative and host of the Finding Our Way Podcast. Currently, Prentis teaches with Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity, a training program for Black organizers throughout the US, and works as a facilitator and consultant for organizations and groups looking to center healing justice and transformative justice into the very core of their work to build more well and self-determined communities.
Prentis has served as a board member for National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN), a network for connecting communities with representative mental health practitioners and an effort at bringing frameworks of healing justice more soundly into current mental health provision models.
Prentis is also a deeply committed practitioner and healer who utilizes Somatics methodology, intuitive and ancestral practice into their work to heal trauma, and unlock the unique brilliance and contribution of each person, body and being they work with.
This event is part of our Fall Organizer in Residence programming. Read more about the organizers in residence and view all related programming here.