Upcoming Social Justice Events
Movement & Social Justice experiences and education
Bell Hooks explains that we must think critically about our own experiences and relationships that we shape. We will be welcoming and challenging the discomfort that comes with discussing race, gender, sexuality, body shape and ability. In the practice of movement we feel power when we are connected in our bodies and the collective experience.
We will explore rituals in movement that connects our inner intuition to our bodies
Build authentic relationships across differences
Make space to discuss both privilege and ways we have been silences by dominant culture.
Logistics: Wear comfortable clothes. Bring snacks and or a lunch- lunch break given lots of places to grab food on Main Street. Lit’s of public parking available in walking distance to the studio.
Questions : email Ayanna Freedom firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited, tickets available by clicking the button below!
For anyone who identifies as BIPOC.
Register on the B FREE Wellness App