Tag: private/past

+ Amira looks at the camera with a slight smile, heavy glam makeup, and black/silver faux locs

Protecting Your Magic With Amira Aro

Join Amira Aro for a conversation and gentle reminders about consent, boundaries, and relationship green flags as ways to protect you and your magic. Featuring the words and wisdoms of Black MaGes such as Adrienne Marie Brown and her book Pleasure Activism.

Friday, October 2, 11 AM-12 PM PT

+ A portrait of M'kali-Hashiki

Erotic Breathwork for Black Resilience & Black Joy With M’kali-Hashiki

In this workshop, we will take some time separating the sexual, the sensual, and the erotic so that we can understand the infinite possibilities and potential that lie in the realm of the erotic. You’ll learn breathing techniques that will allow you to access your erotic energy & circulate it, deepening your relationship to Self, and to The Divine. We’ll discuss how these deepened relationships shore us up providing fuel for & rest from the struggle for justice we are engaged in by our very existence. You’ll learn how to expand your energetic container to inhabit all of the space that is yours by your Divine Birthright that we are often prevented from occupying in order to survive White Supremacy & the kyriarchy.

Friday, October 2, 3-5 PM PT

+ A portrait of Dalia Kinsey

Honoring Your Body Wisdom and Using Nutrition for Self-Empowerment With Dalia Kinsey

Eating is meant to be a joyful experience. Beauty norms and weight standards with white supremacist origins have undermined how most folx relate to food. You deserve an abundant delicious life. Learn to reject the lies of diet culture and heal your relationship with food and your body.

Saturday, October 3, 11 AM – 1 PM PT

+ A picture of a woman dancing in the woods, a flower and the words Dancing Mindfulness with Stacia.

Dancing Mindfulness With Stacia Barrett #1

Dancing Mindfulness allows you to use your movement to achieve a mindful state. Everyone can dance as dance is every move you make. The goal is no judgement of ourselves while we explore movement.

Saturday, October 3, 2-3 PM PT

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You Are Loved: Welcome To Black Healing October!

We have a magical evening full of Black love, Black revelry, Black (he)art, and so much Black joy planned for you! There will be song, movement, poetry, ritual, meditation, connection, and a series of Blessings from some amazing Black Faerie Grand Elders! We are so excited to love you and love you good.

Saturday, October 3, 4-6 PM PT

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Diversity & Healing Session–Let’s Talk About It. With Vanessa LeMaistre

Join VanessaSoulXo for a shamanic drum journey where she will guide you through this meditative practice as you will explore deep and powerful questions for personal transformation. The questions will require courage, however you will be in a safe and sacred space. This offering will begin with a guided meditation. Vanessa will then speak about this ancient shamanic practice and what having your power animal means in shamanism. Then she will facilitate an interactive conversation about being black right now in America. This will then lead to a shamanic drum journey where you can gain guidance to powerful questions that may arise in conversation. This offering will conclude with a sacred ritual that you can take with you.

Sunday, October 4, 3-4 PM PT

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We All We Got, We All We Need! With Latriece Love-Goodlett

Physical distancing does not have to equal social distancing. How do we authentically show up for ourselves and others with compassion and transparency with so much uncertainty surrounding us? You’re invited to come as you are and welcome others with (NO SHADE/NO SHAME) as we intentionally buildup our community and hold space for one another with empathy, human connection, and refreshing dialogue. There will be interactive fun, self- reflection, group sharing, dancing and a musical performance featuring GoodLOVE- a husband and wife duo comprised of Latriece Love-Goodlett & David Goodlett. You’ll also get sneak peaks of the littles wfh with kids. 🙂

Sunday, October 4, 4-6 PM PT

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Sharing Survival Strategies for School, Work, and Other Professional Environments With Tasman Cleaver, M.A.

This will be a safe space where we can share and provide support for one another in response to experiences of oppression in academic or professional environments.

Monday, October 5, 6-8 PM PT

+ Photo of Max Pearl, trees in background, brown glasses and black shirt.

Loving Ourselves and Our Bodies With Max Pearl

Self-love and self-compassion are key qualities of a resilient being. These qualities are especially important for us to cultivate, given all of the negative messages in society.

Tuesday, October 6, 6-8 PM PT

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The Essence of Resurrection: An Intro to Healing With Flower Essences With Ellenie Cruz

In this workshop Ellenie Cruz will teach and explain the history of flower essences and demonstrate how they impact the body energetically. You will learn plant listening and how to make and use flowers to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, depression, connect with self, flood your self with positivity and more with the energetic properties of flowers.

Wednesday, October 7, 11 AM – 1 PM PT

+ A portrait of Goddess Carroll

My Black Body and Inner Wisdom Keeper With Goddess #1

What stories and narratives have your ancestors passed on to you? What ones do you wish to carry/release? Join Goddess in unpacking how generational trauma and anti-Blackness is stored in our bodies and minds, and deepen the process of repairing what has been stolen. Through mediation, writing, and discussion we will come back to our soul.

Wednesday, October 7, 4-6 PM PT

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Soulutionary With Amber Walker

Soulutionary was created to support us in a gentle and compassionate way to advocate the importance of self care during the pandemic. It is a highly stressful time for many so it is important to make ourselves aware of keeping our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health intact. Soulutionary is a safe and judgement free space to fellowship, vocalize frustrations, express vulnerability and create healing energy. Soulutionary’s aim is to help gently guide to find solutions and come to a resolution.

Thursday, October 8, 3:30-4:30 PM PT