Last year I invited you to a physical trauma conference. This is a powerful and healing event hosted by Tiny Buddha contributor Carine Bell.
This free five-day online summit will feature a series of talks by 22 ideological leaders, all focusing on various aspects of healing from developmental, sexual, racial and intergenerational trauma. Was done.
This year she offers a free follow-up event. It’s called the Tending the Roots: Resilience & Reimagination, Culture & Community 4-day Odyssey and will take place next week from April 21st to 24th.
This event focuses on our personal and joint healing and can be expected to be educational and experiential workshops as well as music, movement and art.
It will be time to learn, connect, experiment, experience, interact and play together.
Closed captions will be available. There’s also a separate zoom room space with creative activities for kids (if you need something to keep them entertained while watching) as part of the main workshop session.
Who has the roots?
With our bodies as a place of liberation, this festival explores the healing and transformation of trauma …
Humans, big and small. Lovers and skeptics. Someone who wants to connect even though there are scratches around the connection. Dreamers and activists, aspiring activists, body-centered practitioners, therapists, parents and caregivers, educators, artists, musicians, and dancing with the flames of our life energy in creative and life-supporting ways, Someone who is interested in paying attention to it.
If you want to learn how trauma opens a portal of resilience and growth and connects with the kind-hearted people who devote themselves to healing in their lives and the world, sign up for the free Tending the Roots Festival here.
We hope this unique event is cathartic and liberating!