April 14th 2020 - 7:00PM Est - Tickets Available Here
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In the midst of panic, fear and the need for community preservation we find ourselves spending more time alone. While time alone is key for self-reflection and growth, restrictions on daily life can induce feelings of cabin-fever and even loneliness.
Let's get together (virtually) and use this time to explore new ways to connect with ourselves and with others. Through a series of activities and discussions the purpose of these workshops is to get connected, find community and have some fun!
Workshops are a great opportunity for folx outside of Ottawa who have wanted to participate in our past in-person events. By bringing our intentional community space online we open the doors for totally new faces and experiences.
Come as you are - Plus, being vulnerable behind a screen with your own Kleenex box is easier than sharing one in a group setting (especially during a time where we shouldn't be sharing anything from our bodies except our feelings).
Through our past workshops we are becoming more and more aware of just how important these spaces are. Our individual histories come together to create truly magical experiences for those who are involved.
|Sarah Vezina | Creative, Storyteller and Teacher | CEO of Octopied Mind||With a background in sociology, healing circles and using psychedelics for addressing and releasing trauma, Sarah is an advocate for personal healing and transformation through deeply intentional group settings.|
Sydney Dean | Registered Professional Counsellor Candidate | Owner of Thoughts Undone
With a background in psychology, gender and women's studies, and professional counselling Sydney has a gift for helping people learn how to tap into the vulnerable and uncomfortable parts of themselves without resistance or judgement.
The level of sharing or depth you dive into in these workshop settings is always up to you. Every moment is completely voluntary!
Most people in attendance feel some degree of anxiety / nervousness about what is to come (but leave feeling absolutely refreshed and connected!). We ask that you show up with full respect for each human being, their experiences and the depth they are / aren't willing to share.
Disrespectful behaviour that causes a person or group to feel unsafe will not be tolerated.