trauma-informed, inclusive, accessible
MOVE + BE FREE
IBPOC EXCLUSIVE CLASS
Move + Be Free is an exclusive space for those who identify as being a part of Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour communities.
As the collective consciousness becomes more aware of the systems in place that continue to oppress and exploit us, people within the IBPOC communities face more and more adversity every day. Let us gather together in collective understanding the need for taking space to connect back to our bodies, spirits, and communities.
Let us remind ourselves of our sovereignty and power as we make space to feel all the sensations our bodies have to share with us in response to what is happening in our everyday lives. Ignoring what is happening both inside and outside of our bodies is not sustainable and we don't have to do this work alone.
When we commit to holding ourselves compassionately, we are more equipped to do so for those around us. This is an invitation to step into an intentionally curated container for yourself and for your community.
MOVE + BE
Cultivate a stronger connection with your body and intuition in this beginner-friendly class. It is normal for us to have complex relationships with our bodies when we live in a world where our bodies are often politicized. How can we remind ourselves that it is safe to just be? How can we reaffirm to our bodies that it is safe to move just as we are? Through softness and strength, let's gather together to build trust and gratitude to our human vessels for carrying us forward every day.
Show up as just as you are in this carefully structured class with bigger bodies in mind.
What does trauma-informed mean and how do I make my classes a safe environment?
How do I manage triggers?
Fundamentals of inclusive language
Making LGBTQ2S+ welcoming spaces
Social justice in teaching movement
Different techniques for in-person vs. virtual teaching
This is what I stand for:
Creating a space for people to feel more safe, welcome, and at home in their practice
Enjoying every class at your own pace
LGBTQ+ and BIPOC inclusivity and safe spaces
Fostering relationship and connection with our bodies, in every shape and size)
Learning to listen to our bodies and building habits where we respond with respect to what we are feeling physically and mentally
Undivided attention and care. One-on-one sessions allow participants to be guided in a completely customized practice.
Private sessions are currently closed. Please go to the contact page to be added to the wait list.
Consultations are currently at capacity.
Please go to the contact page to be added to the wait list.