Tuesdays | June 7th- August 2nd, 2022
3pm-5pm PT/ 5pm-7pm CT/ 6pm-8pm ET
*Open to folks of all identities 18yrs or older
*Participants will NOT be asked to share details of their traumatic experiences
This 9 week, peer-led space is open to survivors of all identities and will focus on healing rather than the processing of trauma.
This space is built to support folks who are feeling called to launch and/or re-ignite their healing journey. Not sure where to go or what healing might look like for you? We got you, friend!
We will build resilience & healing momentum through the following:
We will be doing such POWERFUL work together- it's important to celebrate & capture what inspired us most. The last three sessions will be devoted to creating written & visual pieces to contribute to a collaborative ebook. Each participant will leave our time together with a digital copy.
Sundays | June 26th- August 28th, 2022
*Gatherings will be held via Zoom
*Recordings & Live Captions will be provided
The Birth Bruja BIPOC Mentorship Program is a place for all self-identifying Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (including mixed POC) to deepen our understanding & practice of sustainable, decolonial, community-based approaches to healing & reproductive care. It is open to anyone who is practicing or interested in practicing this work.
Each Sunday workshop will feature a rotation of mentors who will present on an area of expertise or experience. Every other week, participants will be encouraged to attend a gathering held BY them, FOR them, to support the processing of the program material, cultivate community, and build relationships. Throughout the 10 weeks, mentors will offer office hours where participants are invited to sign up for 1:1 sessions. Scroll to the bottom to meet the mentors and see their areas of expertise and experience!
Saturdays: July 23rd- August 13th, 2022
10-12pm PT/12-2pm CT/1-3pm ET
*Held via Zoom
*Live captioning available
*Open to folks of all identities and professional orientations.
As facilitators, we hold tremendous power & responsibility in what we teach and how we teach it. Even with the best of intentions, we may be unknowingly perpetuating harm through our choices of guest speakers, resource sharing, language, the experiences that are centered in our teachings, the experiences that are left out, and more.
Move past performative activism & allyship and join us for a 4 week experiential deep dive into decolonial approaches to facilitation where we center holistic, intersectional and liberational approaches to teaching & holding space.