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      Diverse Legacies Ancestral Healing in Berkeley


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      November 20, 2019

      Wednesday   6:30 PM (on various days)

      1970 Chestnut Street
      Berkeley, California 94702

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      Diverse Legacies Ancestral Healing

      During the 8-week course, we will engage somatic and arts-based practices to honor, challenge and more deeply embody the ancestral legacies we want to heal, lift up and live into. --What do you need to be in right relationship with your ancestors and the world? --What practices of resilience, struggle and liberation do you want to reclaim? --What legacy do YOU want to leave for future generations? We will use frameworks of decolonization, feminist oral history, and collective liberation with experiential methods that incorporate ritual performance, Authentic Movement, Theatre of the Oppressed, Work that Reconnects, voice work, drawing, poetry, art installations, heart circles and time in nature. Diverse Legacies will help you claim and recreate your life narrative as a living, breathing work of art! Watch the video trailer: https://vimeo.com/304267417 TESTIMONIES Diverse Legacies gave me the space to explore my relationship to my culture, ancestors, and family. It was a space of uninhibited full authentic expression. What a gift to safely dive into these sacred questions in community! - Salina Mae This workshop is a vital container to catalyse tender seeds of longing, belonging, connection through time and space, compassion for the conditions of our ancestors, courage to claim the range of our inheritances, and grow our souls. - Zara Diverse Legacies invited me to explore my ancestors and lineage in a way I had never done before. It shed light on my life and the ways I want to show up in this world. I am on a new journey in the wake of what has opened through this series and I am forever grateful. - Andrea Time: 8 Wednesdays Oct 9 - Nov 28, 6:30-9:00pm and 1 daylong on Nov 9th from 11am - 4pm. We will meet with Ohlone elder Anne-Marie Sayers and do prayer/ceremony in Indian Canyon on the daylong.  Early Bird Special: $650 off if registered by 9/15! Regular price: $695. Sliding scale and work trade available. Payment plans welcome! For more information or to discuss payment plan, please contact Aryeh at aryehshell@gmail.com You can Paypal aryehshell@gmail.com or venmo @Aryeh-Shell $650 early bird price. After 9/15, $695. Checks, cash fine too. Registration is required! Please register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1ihN4a5cGQfFLLFytUvUq0ATI8MRY5hNlmsaNe1xjcPzH-A/viewform?usp=sf_link Facilitators: Amber Field is a queer, non-binary Korean American adoptee performer, singer, musician, teacher and expressive arts facilitator. They were featured in San Francisco Magazine’s Best of the Bay for yoga music. Amber specializes in world fusion music and transmits the love frequency through eclectic global sounds and beats. They have directed and performed in many collaborative and solo theater productions for the Queer Arts Festival, Stagewerx, Z Space, APAture, and more. Amber loves to free people’s voices in private and group classes. A Tamalpa Associate Teacher of Expressive Arts, Amber enjoys using somatic and creative processes to help adult adoptees explore their stories. They also co-facilitate diversity trainings with Aryeh Shell so that we can collectively vision the future we want to live into now. You can find out more about Amber’s performances, classes, and offerings at http://www.amberfieldmusic.com Aryeh Shell is a white cisgender woman whose work is dedicated to collective healing and liberation. She works as an experiential and arts-based facilitator, trainer and life coach, specializing in leadership and organizational development, somatic practice, trauma resilience, diversity, equity and inclusion. Her transformative trainings, cultural organizing and facilitation have supported movement building, community leaders, universities and grassroots organizations throughout the US, Latin America, Africa and Asia in their efforts for racial justice, immigrant rights, gender equity and environmental justice. She was the Founder and Director of the Herstories Project, a multi-cultural ritual theater project and the Co-Director of Teatro Familias Unidas, a community-based theater group of immigrant women, as well as a member of the Living Arts Playback Theater Troupe. She is also a founding core member of Thrive East Bay and believes in the power of community to embody, heal and build the world we are longing for.

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