Archive for April 15th, 2020

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Taking Care of Ourselves Workshops

April 15, 2020

Two opportunities-today and tomorrow

Hands-On Virtual Workshop: How do we practice self-care in times of crisis?

This hands-on workshop will give us some individual tools to sustain ourselves – emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Learn breathing techniques, meditative practices, and body alignment tips. 

DETAILS

Today, Wednesday, 15 April, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.. Provided by the National Guild for Community Arts Education. Youth and adult practitioners, teaching artists, and culture workers in community arts education are all welcome.

FACILITATOR

Cultural worker and artist Raji Ganesan.

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Understanding Ourselves and the Critical Need of Self-Care

This webinar contains a 40 minute education session surrounding stress and ways that thinking and productivity can sometimes be impacted. Plus 25 minutes of community dialogue where participants can listen and ask questions.

40 minute education session surrounding stress– this would cover some very basic and simple neuroscience regarding stress, ways that our thinking and productivity can sometimes be impacted as well as our social interactions or lack thereof and several ways to detect those signs of change in ourselves.

*25 minutes of community dialogue – listen or ask questions specific to your organization’s culture, overarching concerns during this time, and solution-focused strategies and techniques to minimize the intensity of the current global pandemic impact

DETAILS

Tomorrow, Thursday, 16 April, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Provided by the Maine Arts Commission. The workshop is free and open to anyone in the Maine arts community.

FACILITATOR

Originally from Maine, Winden Rowe (MS, NCC, LPC,) is a trauma therapist and public speaker who maintains a private practice in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. In this time of pandemic she has consulted with organizations, leading large-scale talks to employees and community members on how to manage the stress of shocking global change and was to engage self-care in a critical time.

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