Embodied Play, Care & Meditation Online

Time for play, stillness, and care
Lissa E

ONLINE

7:15-8:45pm EDT, select Thursdays

All are welcome to join this community meeting online representing the Northern NJ and NYC area. We will explore embodied radical care in the form of stillness, movement, play, mindfulness, storytelling, and more using Pleasure Activism by adrienne maree brown as one of our guides.

Suggested Donation: $10. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Upcoming Meetings:
Select Thursday evenings (next date Oct. 8th) 7:15-8:45p EDT online.

To attend, please RSVP here to receive the zoom ink: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3J39C26

Cost: $10

Registration/Information: Please email Lissa (see below)

Venue

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Leaders
Lissa E
Lissa (they, them) began practicing meditation and mindful movement guided by the teachings of Buddhism in 2008 and identifies practice as a deep form of love and care. Lissa studies in the Soto Zen and Theravada Buddhism traditions, is in mentorship for community dharma leadership, and is particularly interested in the intersections of dharma, social justice, and embodied radical care. Lissa is certified to teach mindfulness meditation, yoga, qigong, and interplay (improvisational modalities). Lissa has deep commitment for the practice of writing, which Lissa has found solace in for much of their life.

Lissa has over twelve years of experience in nursing and mental health and is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and mental health integrative medicine provider who believes in offering services from a holistic and decolonized perspective. Lissa is presently in a training for certified functional medicine coaching, which focuses on addressing the root causes of dis-ease. Lissa has completed a number of trauma trainings including a year-long somatic trauma therapy training in Indigenous Focusing-Oriented Therapy (IFOT) that is particularly skillful in caring for complex, intergenerational, and race- and oppression-based trauma.

Lissa shares practices that are inclusive, compassionate, culturally responsive, social justice-oriented, and trauma-sensitive for the wellness and liberation of all beings. Lissa is particularly moved to work with populations less likely to have exposure or access to contemplative practices.

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