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Healing and Wellbeing at the Heart of Justice (Part I)—Taking Root

This online course supports participants in moving from uncertainty and overwhelm to focused understanding of racial inequities in the US, including historical roots and contemporary structures of systemic racism. *Registration is currently closed
Healing and Wellbeing at the Heart of Justice (Part I)—Taking Root

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This 14-week experience invites bodyworkers, practitioners, teachers, leaders, coaches, community activists, and wellness facilitators to shared dialogue and collective investigation of race, racism, and foundational anti-racist practices that are needed for healing justice in our times. The course supports wellness leaders and practitioners, especially those who are unsure about how to contribute to increasing calls for social justice, in moving from uncertainty and overwhelm to focused understanding of the historical roots and contemporary structures of racial inequities in America. We will collectively read and dialogue on the works of scholars, practitioners, and activists in order to develop working anti-racism strategies that account for change over time, geography, and intersecting vectors of power that, along with race, include class, gender, ability, and sexuality.

We are committed to collective access. Please reach out with any accessibility support requests.

We want to ensure this learning experience is financially feasible for participants and facilitators. To do so, we are offering different price points and membership subscription plans for participants to choose from. We are also open to considering other registration options beyond the price points offered, please feel free to get in touch.

Your Instructor

Tayo

[pronouns: they, them, their(s)]

Tayo holds a PhD in Cultural Anthropology and is a graduate of Bella Prana’s yoga teacher training program. They have studied the role of embodied performance within activist collectives for over a decade. With knowledge garnered in this field coupled with a passion for social justice, they continue to identify novel ways by which to engage seekers towards personal and collective liberation. As a yoga teacher, researcher, and university professor, Tayo is committed to heeding the body's wisdom and inspiring others to do the same. Click here to learn more

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