Radical Self-Care Series **InterPlay | Reimagine
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Radical Self-Care Series **InterPlay

Radical Self-Care Series **InterPlay

Tuesday, August 25

8:30am-9:30am PDT

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

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Join us for an hour of playful body wisdom, exformation and radical self-care tools & techniques taught by two dancing social workers. Learn the five skills of Self-Care. **InterPlay Event.

In these challenging times, as we take care of others, it’s particularly important to take especially good care of ourselves.

Whether you are a professional or family caregiver, or both, it’s critical that, for you, social distancing doesn’t turn into social isolation.

As things open back up and we stand up for racial equity and transformation self-care is vital.

How about some movement? Creative storytelling? Community play?

Join authors and dancing social workers Sheila K Collins, PhD and Christine Gautreaux, MSW as they share wisdom from their book Stillpoint: A Playbook for Caregivers to Find Ease, Time to Breathe and Reclaim Joy. The duo use art-based tools from the system of InterPlay - an active, improvisational, creative approach to unlocking the wisdom of the body.

A social movement, InterPlay is dedicated to enabling ease and balance in human relationships across cultures and between people of different generations and backgrounds.

Event participants will learn the five skills of self-care, connect with one another through snippets of their own life stories, share creative wisdom and inspiration, and collaborate on behalf of who and what they love.

This is class one of a six part series. You can join us for one, several or all of the classes. Each class stands alone and attending the entire series can deepen your self-care practice which leads to better community care.

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Dance and Movement Health/Wellness Interactive Ritual Spirituality Workshop Storytelling Social Justice