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Relational Culture 2: Bridging

May 18 - May 21

This workshop is the second level of the Relational Culture Training Series.

In this *new* advanced training we use storytelling and somatic movement to explore the relational practice of Bridging, using resonance to grow our capacity to handle complexity and bridge diversity. Building on the bonding we explore in the first training, we learn advanced resonance practices to bridge disparities of power, access, and risk in our relationships. This creates a path to deep appreciation and understanding,  amplifying the resilience of our community and generating more equitable opportunity, decentralized agency, and collective learning. We learn relational approaches to conflict within groups, including those that emerge both in immediate, intimate relationships as well as along intersections of race, class, gender, generation and other forms of diversity. We explore identity as both an important site of inclusion and justice, and as a complex reality rooted in a long history of social construction and division, exploring how we can reclaim and honor the powerful stories that make up each of our lives and lineages.

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*Prerequisite: Participation in “Relational Culture 1 – Bonding” is required to attend this training. Those who have participated in “The Culture of Radical Engagement Introduction” or “The Culture of Radical Engagement Training for Trainers” may also attend. Contact cedar@relationaluprising.org for questions about prerequisites.

Scholarships: A limited number of partial scholarships are available for those with financial need. If you’d like to apply for a scholarship, please fill out the workshop application, and then fill out the Scholarship Application.

Details

Start:
May 18
End:
May 21
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Website:
http://www.relationaluprising.org

Organizer

Cedar Landsman
Email:
cedar@relationaluprising.org

Venue

The Watershed Center
44 Kaye Road
Millerton, NY 12546 United States
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Phone:
(518) 336-5318
Website:
http://www.thewatershedcenter.org