A healing space for survivors.
We are hurt and horrified.
We are devastated and demoralized.
We are reeling and raging.
Of course we are.
And we have a right to be. We have a right to all of our feelings. We have a right to hold space in whatever ways we need, to honor the latest in a long line of assaults on all our bodies and hearts and souls.
We will fight back, yes.
We will rise up, Yes.
We will stay in the struggle. YES. YES. YES.
But right now, we also need spaces for grief. For being seen in our fullness, in the depths of our despair. For being together — if we want or need to — in this moment.
You are invited to a healing circle. This will be a trauma-informed space for folks needing community and connection. This space is for survivors, and is open to folks of all identities.
The design is emerging, but it may include simple and approachable ways of connecting with the body and breath, as well as space for reflection and mutual care.
Your space-holders are Maggie MacLeod and Patty Adams, two queer-identified, white women healers drawing on body-based approaches to healing including yoga and movement therapies, as well as traditional talk therapy and mindfulness approaches.
Wednesday 10/10 from 7:30 – 9pm
906 Broad St, Durham
By Donation: Suggested $0-25
Space is limited.
Please complete the simple RSVP process to help us prepare and to ensure we have space for everyone.
Go here to make a stand-alone donation to support this event, even if you cannot make it.