All of us are shaped the forces of racism and are challenged to explore moving away from colorblindness or neutrality about racism to becoming an anti-racist. Mindfulness can be a path to exploring our stories through the lens of race, learning our biases, and becoming allies in the quest to have freedom and equity for all. Concepts such as white supremacy, white privilege, internalized racism, microaggressions, as well as actions people can take to become an anti-racist and call people into conversations in a compassionate way.
This is a zoom workshop. A zoom link will be sent to you 30 minutes before class.
Meet the workshop leader:
Dr Nathalie Edmond, PsyD, ERYT – Licensed clinical psychologist and experienced yoga teacher who takes an integrate perspective to her consultations and trainings. She believes that transformation happens when we integrate mind-body-spirit and have an embodied dialogue. She is trained in multiculturalism and intersectional feminism. She believes that anti-racism work includes addressing all marginalized groups and identities and working towards liberation of all beings. She regularly leads anti-racism and diversity trainings for clinical practices, libraries, school districts, corporations, nonprofits, activism groups and yoga communities.