Starting Thursday, June 3rd at 9:00 am ET
Bring consistency and community to your practice with a month of bi-weekly livestream classes.
Longing, belonging and exclusion.
What is your conception of home? Who has access to it? What is it built on?
Now is the time to question what it means to be at home. This class will help us develop tools to advocate for belonging and to the end of racist exclusion that the nation state is predicated on. Our inquiry will support BIPOC right to safety and nurture a practice of belonging.
Weeks 1 & 2
Inquiry: What is the nation state? Why do we recognize the sovereignty of colonizers? Why do we recognize borders in so-called liberal discourses? Who belongs?
Movement: Limitless movement. Fluid exploration and play with our movement ranges and how they adapt and evolve from day to day. With support from resistance bands, weights and props.
Weeks 3 & 4
Inquiry: Who has access to feeling safe and grounded? Women, the working class, Black and Indigenous and People of color have long lived in spaces where they are told to accept they are not safe. Property, ownership and the volatility of living paycheck to paycheck. Sexual violence, hate crimes and police brutality. The list goes on and we will distill this as “the right to safety”. A necessary prerequisite to feeling at home. Adopting tools to understand why we have had to adapt to living with a precarious sense of home and working toward constructing alternative communities that can truly feel like home.
Movement: Stillness. Holding strong, simple and sweet postures. Weights, resistance bands and props will support us as we lean into stillness.
Live classes on Thursdays 9am ET and Sundays 10am ET (June 3rd, 6th, 10th, 13th, 17th, 20th,
24th, and 27th). I will be available 5 minutes before and after live classes for check-ins.
Recordings for each live class will be made available for 7 days of play back.
Recommended props: a yoga mat, a towel or blanket, a resistance band (substitute stretchy
stockings, kids' tights or a scarf), hand weights (2-5 lbs or canned beans), 2 yoga blocks (coffee
table, low stool, books).
P.S. - We believe in honoring the value of teaching and offering a practice that is accessible. In deciding which price feels most appropriate to you, consider your social location (proximity to power and privilege), so that we can collectively move towards equity. If you need to pay less for any reason, we encourage you to pay this community price. If you are relatively stable financially, please pay the standard price listed here: STANDARD PRICE