The Alchemy of Resistance is a practice and an empowerment guide that focuses on self-care & spiritual healing practices specifically for Black and womyn of colour in Europe.
The Alchemy of Resistance course is suited for Black womyn & womyn of colour who are seeking a wholistic approach to coping with the stress and struggle of every day racism and discrimination in Europe. Self-love and spiritually inspired self-care are at the core of this two-day seminar. The workshop offers a safe space for Black womyn and womyn of colour to come together and create a supportive community. The aim here is to foster sustainable self-care, a feeling of belonging and spiritual regeneration.
This course is for you if you are seeking practices and suggestions to learn how to improve spiritual self-care in order to stand firmly and empowered in the outer world.
Please be well informed that this program requires discipline, dedication and commitment to your own personal development. The Alchemy of Resistance course is the prerequiste for joining The Circle of Oyá.
“The Alchemy of Resistance” two-day course consists of:
- Rituals (from the African & Asian diasporic and schamanic traditions)
- Compassionate listening (Thich Nhat Hanh)
- Techniques from Embodied Social Transformation
- Dance/movement, laughter & song
Maximum number of participants for each course 12
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