Movement contains life and life creates movement. Our collective abilities to end violence in our world can only sharpen when we take intentional time to connect with our own physical bodies. Our bodies are vessels that contain prana, or energy and life source. When we connect our prana with our minds, we can cultivate deep awareness of ourselves and what we need to sustain being in this movement to end violence. Mindful movement is no easy practice, but in the long run, it can help make our work in the anti-violence movement be sustainable.
Join your colleagues in a space where you can move, breathe, smile, and connect with yourselves and each other. Standing and seated variations of movement can be shared and experienced. If possible, please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes that you can move and stretch in. There will be some yoga mats available. This will be a non-judgmental space to practice unconditional self-love and exploration. For further questions and accessibility needs please contact Trisha Elizarde-Miller, RYT at [email protected].