TRAINING IN HEALING AND TRANSFORMATION: A MULTICULTURAL WELLNESS EDUCATION PROGRAM OF HOLISTIC PRACTICES
Come to this CAPACITAR Info session to learn some basic tools to work with people who are in or have gone through traumatic situations. Learn how you can become fully trained in this mind, body, spirit practice for healing and wellness.
Teaser Intro for upcoming Detroit/Milwaukee Multicultural
Wellness Education: Trauma Healing and Transformation training…Entrance?
Sliding scale donation: $5-$50 to cover partial scholarships.
The Corktown Restorative Justice Center: St Peter’s Episcopal,
1950 Trumbull Street, Detroit, MI (313) 496-0938
August 19, 5:30pm-8pm
Adela Nieves for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Capacitar body-mind-spirit practices include:
–Tai Chi meditation, Pal Dan Gum and body movement
-Visualization and breath work
-Active Listening and simple psychotherapeutic skills
-Acupressure for alleviating pain and stress
-Fingerholds for managing emotions
-Energy Tapping modalities
-Hand massage, seated massage and Polarity
-Work with the energy system and chakras
-And other wellness modalities
How Capacitar Works
-Responds to invitations based on needs identified by communities
-Collaborates with established groups and with other economic and social development efforts
-Models alternative uses of power, as well as sensitivity to culture and traditions
-Develops programs collaboratively with local people recognizing that an idea conceived and born within a group has the energy to move that group
-Learns from local people’s experience in adapting practices to the needs and culture of their communities
-Trains and empowers people to be the popular educators and multipliers in their own communities
-Connects grassroots people through an international network of solidarity building relationships of cultural and personal understanding
PRESENTED BY: Corktown Restorative Justice Center, Detroit Area Restorative Justice Network, Cap Corps Midwest.CORE El Centro, IN COLLABORATION WITH CAPACITAR, Inc.