With Kate Johnson, August 12 – 13
This weekend immersion in awareness and embodiment is for anyone looking to approach transformation as a creative group process. Drawing on the arts and contemplative traditions, Social Presencing Theater is a mindful somatic practice that brings to the surface a clearer sense of the relationships, hidden dynamics, and emerging possibilities inherent in individuals, organizations or larger systems.
All are welcome, and we are prioritizing space for activists, artists and healers — whether this work is professional or unpaid/volunteer.
Committed to majority people of color participation
There are a few more spots available; application deadline extended to August 10.
This is an independently produced offering from a friend of BZC. Follow this link for more information and registration.
About Kate: Kate has taught meditation, art and embodied practices as social change methodologies for over a decade. She is one of three core faculty members of the year long Advanced Training in Social Presencing Theater, and has worked with people of all ages. She holds a BFA in Dance from the Alvin Ailey School, a MA in Performance Studies from NYU, and is an empowered dharma leader in the Theravada Buddhist tradition.
Image: “Sensing Journeys” by Kelvy Bird