upcoming classes & events

 

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf

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About: The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf is a bi-monthly book club for those who are passionately devoted to the earth. Together we will be reading the works of authors who are weaving together stories of spirit and nature and exploring through group dialogue and writing what makes us feel connected to the earth, ourselves and our communities. The first book we will be studying on March 12th will be Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of The Earth.

The Spiritual Ecology Book Shelf will take place on the 2nd Tuesday of alternating months at 6:30pm. Please be sure to bring a notebook and pen. 

Location: Point Reyes Books 

2019 Dates:  March 12th, May 14th, July 9th, Sept 10th, November 12th 

Free to the public & open to drop ins.


Earth My Body :: WINTER

Artwork: Marissa Correia

Artwork: Marissa Correia

In collaboration with Marissa Correia of Cyclical Body

About: “Earth My Body” will be a short class available for download through the Cyclical Body Membership. This recording will cover themes on rematriation, simple practices on consent and prompts for reflection and writing on what it means to inhabit the earth’s body as our own.

Date: February 2019 Full Moon


Reawakening Resilience :: SPRING

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In collaboration with Kate Weiner of LOAM Magazine

About: “Reawakening Resilience” is an immersive workshop that will explore how we can cultivate spiritual and social resilience in the face of climate catastrophe. Together we will gather to nurture deeper resilience within ourselves and for our communities through a series of collaborative and creative experiences such as designing our own resilience banks. This class is a primer on spiritual ecology and sacred activism as well as an opportunity to cultivate practices, prayers, and interpersonal connections for building resilience.

Location: Northern California

Date: Spring 2019


Earth Is `Ohana x Loam Magazine :: SUMMER

Spirit Weavers Sun Session 2019

A Conversation On Collective Liberation

About: Inspired by Fannie Lou Hammer’s proclamation that “Nobody’s free until everybody’s free,” “A Conversation On Collective Liberation” aims to create a supportive space around the question, “What will it take for us to come together during these divisive times?” Participants will spend time exploring themes and concepts such as climate justice, holding nuance, solidarity, and understanding and aligning their frontlines.

Reawakening Resilience

About: “Reawakening Resilience” is an immersive workshop that will explore how we can cultivate spiritual and social resilience in the face of climate catastrophe. Together we will gather to nurture deeper resilience within ourselves and for our communities through a series of collaborative and creative experiences such as designing our own resilience banks. This class is a primer on spiritual ecology and sacred activism as well as an opportunity to cultivate practices, prayers, and interpersonal connections for building resilience.