Ecological grief – a space for Lament with Julia Adzuki Saturday 25 February, 10am–1pm How can we meet ecological grief together? Ecological grief is something we often carry alone, as
Ecological grief – a space for Lament
with Julia Adzuki
Saturday 25 February, 10am–1pm
How can we meet ecological grief together?
Ecological grief is something we often carry alone, as our home – Earth, that we and all other beings are part of, is under increasing pressure. In this workshop we will explore practices for opening a space of Lament together, based on Skinner Releasing Technique, Deep Listening and the Karelian art of Lament, that have been part of the Styx Lament process.
A space for Lament is a place for any emotion to arise consciously, to be given voice and witnessed without judgement. In working with grief we meet not only the sad, hard, difficult feelings, but also gratitude and joy, as we connect with ourselves, each other and the places we love. Just the invitation to feel your grief, to be witnessed without judgement can bring great relief, freeing up energy that may carry you into action.
The workshop is open to a limited number of participants. Entry is free.
Workshop participants are invited to participate in a day of somatic, sonic and lament practices in Styx Forest on Sunday 26 February.
For bookings: [email protected]
Supported by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
Launch: Thursday 23 February 2023, 6–8pm
Dates: 24 February – 25 March 2023
Times: Tuesday – Friday, 10am–5pm and Saturday 10am–2pm
Image: Tomas Björkdal
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Moonah Arts Centre - Exhibit Space
23-27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS 7009