Workshops/Events 

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QTBIPoC Monthly Somatic 

Practice Group: Intro Session

A once monthly somatic practice group for QTBIPoC. The presentation simply focuses on Somatics for QTBIPoC and not necessarily focus on exercises for racial trauma. It will be an “intro to monthly QTBIPoC somatic practice group” where I’ll give a presentation and leave time for Q and A and for people to say what they’d like to work on in future sessions.⁠

About The Facilitator:⁠

Tai is a Blasian, Somatic Practitioner who centers LGBTQ and PoC communities in her work. She is a young activist and passionate Craniosacral-trained practitioner who sees individual bodily systems as inseparable from collective systems of trauma, fulcrums, and healing.⁠

FOR: Black/Indigenous/Intersex, Queer, Trans, People of Color⁠

RSVP: bit.ly/SomaticIntro ⁠

*This event will be capped at 60 participants

QTBIPoC Art Healing Workshop 

Healing through art reminds us of what we do have control of and helps us sharpen the tools we need to survive. Exploring the topic of grief, and with nothing more than some paper and a pencil, we'll work together to Release tension, visualize solutions, and create life from loss.⁠

This 2-hour long, virtual workshop is crucial to the community's well being- providing a shared space where relaxing is productive. Through the activities, community members will learn how to express their feelings through different mediums and safely connect with others in need of a moment to decompress and make something beautiful. Art classes are usually very expensive and focused on technical skill. This class is focused entirely on coping creatively and valuing self growth over all other goals.⁠

About The Facilitator:⁠

Mx.Lafi lives in the Bronx and is the wearer of many creative and community centered hats. For Lafi, growing up in a mixed race household, living with a disability, and identifying as Queer & Nonbinary they are able to serve many different kinds of people- both those who relate and those who don’t. They have over six years of teaching experience and currently work as the Program Manager of a NY-based non-profit organization called The Other Side. They also serve as the lead teaching artist for the org and teach virtual classes both in the Bronx and in Uttar Pradesh, India. Lafi has committed their work to uplifting and capturing the voices, stories, and images of those who are often underrepresented. When they’re not teaching they are writing, cooking, designing, or playing with their cat Ruby.⁠

FOR: Queer/Trans/Intersex, Black, Indigenous, People of Color⁠

RSVP: bit.ly/GrievingThruArts

Meeting Your 

Self-Love Allies

QTBIPoC

About The Facilitator:⁠

Almah LaVon Rice is a creativity coach aka "beauty doula." Her multitudes also include being a queer Black neurodivergent femme Kentuckian and writer of short fiction and creative nonfiction. Her writing is forthcoming in the latest collection of Color Bloq, a nonprofit organization building QTPoC community through curated storytelling, and cultural & educational events. To find out about her events, mixed media art, and writing, follow her @ agentsubrosa on Instagram

QTBIPoC

Somatic Excercise 

For Racial Trauma

During this 1 hour long virtual workshop, we will move back and forth between finding support/comfort within your body and tuning into mildly triggering experiences of racial trauma, in order to help you process and release this trauma. ⁠

About The Facilitator:⁠

Tai is a Blasian, Somatic Practitioner who centers LGBTQ and PoC communities in her work. She is a young activist and passionate Craniosacral-trained practitioner who sees individual bodily systems as inseparable from collective systems of trauma, fulcrums, and healing.⁠

FOR: Black/Indigenous/Intersex, Queer, Trans, People of Color⁠

RSVP: bit.ly/SomaticHealing ⁠

*This event will be capped at 25 Participants

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