workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Re-membering the Dis-membered Body

Practices to Support Collective Self-Healing From Supremacy Culture


Sep 24–29, 2023


Member: $405.00

Standard: $450.00

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Join an exploration of belonging, dignity, and repair from supremacy culture with experts Kavitha Rao and Dr. Kofi-Charu Nat Turner.

Professor Nat Turner explains how Dynamic Mindfulness (DMind), as a "moving meditation," can foster intergenerational healing.

Supremacy culture and an extractive economy have taken a toll, disconnecting us from our bodies, each other, and the body of our earth.

In this weeklong workshop, begin to repair at the level of self, community, and earth, reckon with supremacy, and heal intergenerational trauma with yoga teacher and facilitator Kavitha Rao and mindfulness instructor and author Dr. Kofi-Charu Nat Turner.

Kavitha Rao is a yoga teacher and facilitator with the Center for Whole Communities and the Emergent Strategy Ideation Institute, and her work focuses on building community across difference and using collective visioning to work toward repair. Dr. Turner is the grandson of civil rights leader Caffie Greene and author of her biography. 

Together, we co-create brave spaces, invite in our ancestors, engage in practice, and explore how we might aspire to live in right relationship with the places we call home. This exploration of belonging, dignity, wholeness, and repair is for everyone who is ready to seek healing.


Scholarships are available for BIPOC students on a first come, first served basis.  Please contact registration at 800.944.1001 to inquire.

Workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Sep 24–29, 2023

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